Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by sublimaze41, May 4, 2009.
Does anybody know the weight of
a G19 loaded with 13 or 14 rounds loaded??
I appreciate the help
13 or 14??----the magazine holds 15
And no---I don't know the weight.
What rounds? What bullet weight etc?
Copied from the glock website:
595 g / 20.99 oz.
850 g / 29.98 oz.
15 does not feed all the time. 124 grain??
I don't know how it quite works out this way but my scales say it weighs 20oz with 14 in the mag and with none in the mag lol. It just stays at 1.4lbs so I am guessing the mag doesn't quite weigh enough to matter. That is with 14 115gr FMJ in the mag... I am just using bathroom scales too so honestly if they can't tell the difference I doubt you can either. I don't get how glock figures a full mag is 9oz I don't know *** they are shooting lol. Maybe they are using the 33rnd mag?
Nah, you can definately tell when you have a loaded mag in the gun. I've got 4.28 ounces for 15 rounds of 115 grainers, with the mag being about an ounce.
If it's not reliable with 15 in the mag, GET A NEW MAG.
Could be the follower, could be the spring, could be reloaded ammo(?), but get that GLOCK workin!
That's what I was going to say. Glock mags are cheap and plentiful. No reason to not just trash the one that isn't working and get a new one.
Couldn't you just get a magazine spring? The only thing I noticed is when my G19 is loaded it doesn't feel top heavy but it doesn't feel heavy either... it balances out pretty good.
+1 on a likely mag issue. I have never had a feeding issue with 15 rounds in any of the 15 round mags that I have. I would try a new mag spring and then go from there.
I would LOVE to get a new mag but I live in the great state of N.Y.
Getting 15 round mags means Preban, and to this day they aren't the easiest to get.
At least get a new mag spring. YOu can get those, right?
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