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Experience with Osprey 45 on Glock 19?

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The slide is not going all the way back into battery. I've Googled and YouTube and found several different things but would like to talk to somebody here that has knowledge about it. It does better with 147 grain but not always and it's really bad with 115 grain. Heavier spring lighter springs? Any help would be appreciated.

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My experience is glocks do not suppress well. Ditched my g19 and got a HK VP9 and love it. Loved it so much I also bought a 45ct.  I have the HD45 and love it. Thinking about getting the osprey next, as all my mounts will work with it too. 

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Sorry, to answer your question...do you have a trigger kit in it or is it factory? I had the same issue with both of my glocks when they had lone wolfs and ghost trigger kits. I put the factory triggers back in them and they cycled fine after that.   As long as it’s oiled up good.  

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I have a  zev trigger it but can drop the original back in no problem. I'll have to try that next time I get a chance. Do you think the recoil spring would make a difference far as getting a heavier one? 

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I don’t know the weight, but I tried a new spring with ss rod and it didn’t help me. The only thing that helped was going back to the factory trigger. I kept my g22 just to have a 40 host but i can’t run any trigger but the factory.  I doubted my gunsmith buddy when he told me to switch back, he was correct though.  

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