An interesting report. To date this is the first I have heard of a G22 having this problem but the G17 and G19 Gen4's are reportedly having the same issues at random. My original concern with these was that new spring assembly looking to solve a problem that didn't exist. I think Glock will get it sorted out but for a company with such a good reliability reputation this is bad. Not like the dual captivated spring assembly idea is revolutionary or new. Lot of competing brands work fine. The mystery is why doesn't Glock's version and why did they not think to test it out before release? Good thing they are still making the Gen3's concurrently. That would of been really bad.