Been thinking about the Glock shooting out of battery thing. I was wondering if anyone else thought about the firing mechanism. I was looking at my pistols. I thought that if a slide was not fully in battery and it was a Glock, would not the rearward pushing of the trigger bar on the striker hold the slide back and help it shoot out of battery? A pistol with a hammer seems like the slamming of the hammer onto the slide would help push the slide forward or if the slide did not go forward, would possibly not allow the hammer to hit hard enough (because the bottom of the slide would intercept the hammer as opposed to a striker hitting no matter what) to fire the weapon? Just a thought. Any feed back would be appreciated.