Glock30SF Magazine Question

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Dan64456, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. Dan64456

    Dan64456 New Member

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    When I have the full 10 loaded in the magazine, I have to really push the bottom of the mag hard to get it to lock in place in the gun... (The top round has much more force on it when it is fully loaded) My question is does this put any known bad forces on the frame? Would it be smarter to just use 9 rds instead? (The magazine just clicks right in with 9) I just don't want to put any extra wear on the gun...

    Thanks all...
     
  2. iloveguns

    iloveguns New Member

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    Dan don't worry about it this is normal with most Glocks. They take a little bit of time to work in. Relax and enjoy.:D My Glock27 was a pain to get the last round in the mag but after shooting it a few times and leaving the mag loaded it broke in nicely.
     

  3. MeanChad

    MeanChad New Member

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    Mine does the same thing I have no clue why it does it???
     
  4. dango

    dango Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Seems like all new mags on all the glocks do that.I just go two less than capacity for a 1000 rnds. or so.Still a little tight but they take it.
     
  5. MeanChad

    MeanChad New Member

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    thats not what were talking about were talking about when you take the mag and push it into the gun it takes alot of force
     
  6. dango

    dango Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Exactly!:confused: