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Old 02-23-2012, 11:15 PM   #1
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Went to the range again today and my G30 worked perfect............NOT!! I took a box of PMC with me hoping changing the ammo would solve it; i was wrong. Although i only had one FTF, thats more than enough for me Now im forced to send this pistol back to glock for probably 50 bucks hoping they correct this problem. If someone wouldve asked me do i think i would encounter problems fresh out the box buying a glock and i wouldve said "not in this lifetime". I am pretty sure i was sold a lemon.
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:17 PM   #2
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Man, sorry to hear. Hope all works out OK.
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:20 PM   #3
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Instead of sending it back for 1 ftf at a cost of 50.00. Why not put a couple hundred rounds thru it for break in. Or you could sell it and change your username. Oh yea, glock perfection.
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youir saying the only problem was one ftf nothing else.
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If you bought it from a local guns store, have them send it back. Even if they charge you it is cheaper as they can mail it instead of Fed Ex. If it has to be replaced, you will have to go through an FFL anyway.
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JTJ thats a good idea, will do that
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Instead of sending it back for 1 ftf at a cost of 50.00. Why not put a couple hundred rounds thru it for break in. Or you could sell it and change your username. Oh yea, glock perfection.
Maybe you should read other posts i put up. This happend the last two range sessions. First time happen FIVE times and the second range trip it happened FOUR times so thats a total of 10 times! Break in period highly unlikely...you must not own a glock.
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Are we missing part of the story? Just one FTF?
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I started at the top of this page, where you started the thread. No, I don't follow you, so I was going with the information you posted in this thread. I would suggest you take your attitude out on the glock instead of persons responding to your rant. I do not own a glock, I'm sure they are fine guns....bahaha.
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You should have kept the whole story on one thread instead of stringing it out onto multiple threads. People would be much more likely to follow along and offer advice.

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