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I ordered two 9rd mags(I think the stock non flush 30 mags look stupid and pinch me a bit) and ordered the leather part of the MTAC since I already had the shell coming along with a Glock 3.5lb trigger connector and I already got the talon grips for it. I'd be stupid not to stay with the 30sf model. I do really like the way it fits my hand and I liked how it shot in between all the FTRB's. Now I just need Glock to give me a new working one.
 

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So, what have you heard from them (Glock) anything yet? I know the dealer was going to give you some night sights
 

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So, what have you heard from them (Glock) anything yet? I know the dealer was going to give you some night sights
I called today and spoke with Doug Robinson, the warranty manager and he said he hasnt see my gun arrive yet even though FedEx reported it delivered and signed for yesterday at 9:14 AM. He said their shop had exactly zero guns there for repair so it should get looked at quickly..he said he is going to be the one looking at it, not the regular techs.

Didn't I read they sent you a new gun?
Not yet, thats what Im hoping for though. There was another member here that got a new replacement.
 

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One thing that worries me tho is that Glock said they hadnt received the gun almost 24 hours after fedex said it was delivered and signed for.
the glock workers don't know their heads from their butts in my experience. lol it's prob there, fedex is good about that. they'll find it, if not, i'm sure glock insured it with fedex, like s&w does. get ya a new g30sf ;)
 

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I wouldn't be worried about it, Glock probably hasn't gotten around to delivering all of their received packages to the correct departments yet.

I'd have to agree with Don Glock on this one, there are some really good knowledgeable people who work for Glock USA. But there are some people working there who absolutely don't know what they're talking about and don't keep up to date on design changes.
 

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They called and said they are replacing it, I asked them what they found wrong with the gun. they said they hadnt even looked at it yet, but are going to replace it based on the letter I sent along with the gun. Makes me wonder a bit as to what is actually wrong with the gun, or did they look at it and see a glaring error that could have put them in legal trouble? I dont know, and I bet they'll never tell.
 

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They called and said they are replacing it, I asked them what they found wrong with the gun. they said they hadnt even looked at it yet, but are going to replace it based on the letter I sent along with the gun. Makes me wonder a bit as to what is actually wrong with the gun, or did they look at it and see a glaring error that could have put them in legal trouble? I dont know, and I bet they'll never tell.
I wouldn't read too much into it. It's worth it to them to simply replace your gun and make you happy. They can fix whatever is wrong with yours and resell it as used or use it in an advanced armorer's course.
 

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Man, you need to lighten up.... This is a forum for people that like Glocks. From my perspective, Glock has done the right thing by you, but you've slammed them over and over about your perception of things.

You have been on the offensive since you were disappointed by your purchase. Now they have given you what you wanted and you show your appreciation by implying that Glock is "afraid" of potential legal action....

You have the right to say what you want, but in a moral sense I believe you should offer fair commentary on a voluntary forum... It just sounds like you are swatting flies with hammers! I'm sure that the people at employees at Glock didn't do anything intentionally to upset you, but to me anyway, you paint them (Glock) as everything but what their actions have shown...

I hope you can now get some peace...
 

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I wouldn't read too much into it. It's worth it to them to simply replace your gun and make you happy. They can fix whatever is wrong with yours and resell it as used or use it in an advanced armorer's course.
Yeah, Im not going to sweat it. Ill be 100% G2G when I have a working 30sf in my hand at the range. They even asked if I would like to have a different model... I stuck with the 30sf of course. It does have a good reputation for the most part, and the only other gun I wanted was the 36, which has less of a good rep than the 30.
 

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I watched your YouTube video explaining what was happening with it. You said that the ejector was digging into the bottom of the slide. That makes sense because a mile-long thread on another forum addressing the FTRB problems when the 30SF first came out basically came to the conclusion that Glock moved the trigger housing higher up and further forward in the gun to accomplish the shorter backstrap and still keep as much parts commonality between different models as possible.

In doing so they severely limited the acceptable play in the tolerances of the gun. I'll bet something about your 30SF, whether it be the height of the frame rails or the position of the trigger housing space in the frame, was just outside those tolerances.
 
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