I owned a 9 mm Glock 26 GEN 4 The other day I pulled the trigger once and it shot two bullets I was wondering why this happened?
- curmudgeon55Lv 72 months ago
twitch of trigger finger making 2 shots before release. possible worn trigger mechanism. Possible firing pin/striker stuck forward after first shot, second is fired as chambered- a 'open bolt' ignition in effect.
- BBeanLv 72 months ago
Did you use past tense of "own" on purpose? Because that would have been my advice.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Like Pokemon as you use your gun and it gains experience it has a chance to evolve.
Your Glock has evolved into a burst fire Glock congratulations!
Might want to take it too a gun Smith btw
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- QuinnLv 62 months ago
Because when the pistol recoiled on the first shot, you accidentally pull the trigger a second time.
- USAFisnumber1Lv 72 months ago
That means the gun is defective. The striker is half c.o.c.k.ed by the slide going back, the remainder of the cock comes when you pull the trigger. There is a sear that is suppose to hold the striker back in the half cock position but it is not doing it reliably. You need to send the gun in for repair. If you do not get it fixed it will do this more and more often until you find you might have a full auto gun that you can not control.
- HermanLv 42 months ago
Not really sure unless the trigger is a problem. Try it several more times in a safe
place and if it happens again I would send it back to Glock. I have never heard
of that with a Glock. I had a old Mac 10 (made in Atlanta) that will do that often but it was made cheap
and sometimes it will empty the whole magazine before stopping.
I took it apart and destroyed it piece by piece.
- PearlLv 72 months ago
maybe cause you had two bullets in there, i would be careful with it
- RickLv 72 months ago
some malfunction I would guess. have you messed with the trigger ????