Glock 44 Problems Already? That's Just Perfect

Glock 44 Broken Extractor
Sourced from Military Arms Channel

Just a few weeks ago Glock released their first pistol in .22LR, it looks like the Glock 44 problems are already cropping up.

This was met with both praise and ridicule by differing factions within the firearms community. While the rimfire, Glock 19 size, pistol received mixed reviews, it became something that people across the world were interested in. Finally an OEM option for budget minded training that uses existing holsters and accessories.

Recently, posts have been popping up across social media showing all manner of problems with the new Glock 44. These range from cracked slides, broken ejectors, and out of battery detonations. I first came across the issue from a post by the Military Arms Channel earlier today. Since then I've seen posts from multiple sources with multiple instances of issues.

Of course, there's more data that needs to be gathered to see what the underlying problems may be. Is it bad metallurgy with the slides? Poor selection of ammo possibly leading to over-pressure or squib loads?

No matter the problem, Glock 44 owners need to keep an eye on their pistols during range time. If you notice a problem, set the pistol aside and contact of the company for warranty work. We'll keep you up to date as more information rolls out regarding these issues.

About Daniel Reedy 141 Articles
Daniel is a Range Master and NRA certified handgun and rifle instructor and range safety officer, as well as a USPSA pistol and Multi-Gun competitor. He has received training from Craig Douglas, Mike Pannone, and Scott Jedlinski among others. In his free time Daniel enjoys petting puppies and reading the Constitution. Daniel also writes for the Kommando Blog

4 Comments

  1. Extractor and extractor spring and plunger flew our of our customers brand new Glock 44. I requested a new extractor and Glock immediately blamed the ammo. Here is a news flash Glock, if Ruger, Browning, S&W and others can handle the broad spectrum of 22lr ammo on the market then what the hell is up with "it's the ammo"???? Bull,,!!!! Don't try and smoke someone with 40 years of manufacturing and retail experience in this industry.

  2. For $215 my Taurus TX22 eats any 22lr ammo I feed it(esp CCI StandVel), comes with a threaded barrel and 16rd mag capacity so I think I'll pass on Glock Perfection, thanks.

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