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They replaced the mags because they could not sell the gun with the OEM factory mags because of the %&&#[email protected]! 10 rd law you have in Wa. Greg Cote is a good place or E Bay to get 10 rd mags. Those mags you have are almost as bad a ProMags. You can take them apart, and check if the springs are installed wrong or the lips need spread....go to YouTube for some vids to help you use them till you can get some Glock mags.
 

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Limp wristing a G19 is not un common for a new shooter. It has a heavier recoil spring than say a Glock 17 and not having a tight enough grip will affect the firearm from properly cycling. The OEM Glock 19 also is much more prone to improper cycling in the hands of a new shooter because of the...."Glock Bump" . It is a gun grip frame that is just not comfortable for many shooters. Take the same shooter with cycling problems using a OEM Glock 19 and hand them a Poly 80 PFC9 that uses the same G19 internals, and there is a much less chance of limp wristing the firearm.
 
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