Thanks, the gun is old but only has acouple hundred rounds thru it. Had trouble loading my 4095 to .I will try ur adviseIs it a new gun or are the mags news?
Did you try loading only a few rounds at a time in the mag?
Steel is not as smooth as brass and therefore has more friction.
Sounds like you may need to take some more time breaking in your mags.
Or load the top one brass then the 5 below it steel and as things wear in add a round.
I bought my gun used so never had issues with steel.
Did buy some new mags but at the range I mostly shoot sets of 5.
When you say the gun is old are the mags old too?
When you say won't feed can you describe how?
LUBRICITY. New word of the day. Can't pronounce it but know what it means.:bounce:What Trashy said...do NOT cycle live ammo.
Take the gun out and shoot it with reduced round counts in the mags for a few times. Sounds like you have a break in issue at least in regards to steel, and yes, HP mags sometimes need break in, and sometimes even tweaking.
If steel would hurt your Glock...that would make your Glock a pretty sad gun. I get it with rifles, but handguns should have no issue with steel, other than possibly not feeding due to the lack of lubricity compared to brass cases.