Pictures of the Glock 32 still need to be taken and its final eval written.
In the meantime, the next round of Special Snowflake Glock Testing is underway.
Next on the docket is a Gen 3 Glock 20 in 10mm Auto. It has had a hundred rounds fired through it since being purchased lightly used. It exhibited some of the same sluggish return-to-battery issues as the G32, so, rather than waiting 700 rounds to do so, this time I started out with a 20# recoil spring (which came with the the gun when I bought it used) on a metal guide rod. This time, a correctly thread-locked metal guide rod.
Oh, it's also had, like, fifty rounds of 9x25 Dillon through it on the spare barrel.
Anyway, a thorough wipedown of the bearing surfaces and a good lubing with what I had close to hand at the time (Snake Oil Prime) and we were off to the races.
This makes 50 rounds since the Glock 20 was cleaned or lubricated. 1950 rounds to go.