Will glock refund my money for a bad gun?

I bought a glock 21 about 3 months ago. The guy at the sales counter convinced me it was the most reliable gun you can buy. It's total garbage. It didn't cycle correctly and the slide doesn't lock open on the last round. So I called glock and they said it was most likely a magazine issue so they sent me

I bought a glock 21 about 3 months ago. The guy at the sales counter convinced me it was the most reliable gun you can buy. It's total garbage. It didn't cycle correctly and the slide doesn't lock open on the last round. So I called glock and they said it was most likely a magazine issue so they sent me new magazines. It fixed the issue but now the ejecter is not working. They told me to send the gun in but I dont want them to even fix it. I just want my money back to buy a sig or cz.

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Glacierwolf:
God, your mom and dad must be proud of you. Instead of asking the store you bought it from about a refund, or, asking Glock about a refund when you were talkin' to them……. you come here?

If you take it back to the store they are going to ask what ammo you were using when it jammed. When you tell them it was cheapo crap ammo – they will tell you to test the gun with high end name brand ammo. That you allowed a minimum wage clerk talk you into this gun – and didn't do your own research…….. that's a bad on you. I find it inconceivable how men will waste half a day to buy a pair $40 shoes but will drop $600+ on a new pistol without having even fired a friends or rental model at the local range.

Your best hope – is to stop pissing and moaning about the gun……… because you will never be able to sell that damn thing to anyone if u keep dissing it. Go try good ammo, see if that helps – if not, send it back. If you write a 'dis-satisfied enough' letter using correct English – telling them how you LOVE Glocks but cant understand how this one gun is cursed…… 95% chance they will you a nice new one. That would be cool because you can then sell it as NIB unfired and maybe only loose $50 to $75 on this incident.

The Freak Show:
That's odd. My Glock 17 has never malfunctioned even once with maybe 1,000 rounds through it. The guns didnt get their reputation of reliability for nothing. I would let Glock fix it and see how it goes. If nothing else, they sell used for near MSRP and you can try something like a used Smith M&P. Maybe just contact Glock directly and see if a refund is possible. They're a quality company.
C T M:
Let me see if I understand this correctly. You actually had someone from Glock on the phone and were discussing the problems with your G21, and you DIDN'T ask them about a refund when you had them on the phone, and decided to ask us instead? Really? I'm just going to go out on a limb here and say that just maybe the people you should be asking about a refund are the same people you spoke to at Glock. But hey, that's just me, you know, using God given common sense and all……
Chuchu:
GW
"God, your mom and dad must be proud of you. Instead of asking the store you bought it from about a refund, or, asking Glock about a refund when you were talkin' to them……. you come here?"

CTM:
"maybe the people you should be asking about a refund are the same people you spoke to at Glock"

Yes, it was said by others, but well worth repeating.

You are right to hide your name, I think.

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