With no magazine in or any ammo, rack the slide. It should propel forward.
With weapon pointed in safe direction, squeeze the trigger. It should "snap" with no rattle.
Insert an empty mag and rack the slide. It should lock and not propel forward.
Press the thumb catch. Slide should propel forward.
Drop magazine, With weapon pointed in safe direction, squeeze trigger. It should snap again.
Congrats! You've performed a function check on your Glock, meaning you put it together properly.
Waited in line this morning for more ammo.
Only got one box of 20 9mm rounds and a 20 round box of .223.
On another note. This could be another thread but with the low activity here it could stay too.
Do you think the NDAA stays as is or will there be enough lawsuits or pressure to change some of it?
I have not had a ton of time to read up on it, I just remember when they were debating it things like having 2 weeks of food stored up could classify you as a potential threat.
I'll read up on it more, when/if I have the time.
EDIT: found a link about what the ACLU says: http://www.aclu.org/blog/tag/ndaa