My G29 is jamming. It's not feeding the cartridge into the barrel correctly. The cartridge is hanging on the barrel causing it to jam my slide back. Any ideas of why it's doing this? Is it the ammo (PMC hollow points) or the feed ramp? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Did you let anyone else shoot the gun? If so did it jam on them as well. The reason I asked is because sometimes shooters have a (limp wrist). Happens when the gun is recoiling and the spent shell hasn't ejected out the slide fully. 10mm out of the small frame requires some holding on to. I could not shoot a Glock 36 without it jamming.A friend at the range with me shot it with no problems. He had a Glock 30 that he brought with him and let me shoot it and never jammed on me.. Same ammo. Needless to say I traded in my 36 and got a 30 that same day..
But it could also be the ammo doesn't have enough powder to fully blow back the slide.. Try some different ammo and if it still jams then it's probably your shooting style
My wife's G26 was stove piping a lot, but only when she was shooting it. I could not recreate the problem. Limp Wrist is the number one reason, especially with women, who anticipate the recoil, and will pull back.