My son, a deputy here, was at the range today and the 3rd round fired from his Glock 32 ( .357 sig) malfunctioned. There was a live round left chambered and the slide has locked tight. This is his 3rd Glock model. He sold his 2-9mm's, and his 2-.40's. All due to problems with the weapon jamming. ( not good!) He only uses factory loaded ammo and the weapons were all purchased new from a Glock dealer. Since I don't own a Glock, I have no idea what is happening. My only idea was to call Glock ( good luck with that one) or find an authorized repair center close by. I looked and could not find any drawings, but knowing semi-auto's, they have several things that can ( and quite often) do go wrong. Sears break, trigger return springs fracture, components come loose, pins work their way out of place and rivets fail...I'm ONLY guessing here: that since there is a live round in the "tube" and the slide has returned to it's position, but the trigger remains in the firing position, something snapped and popped up to obstruct the slide or the sear/trigger assy. Any ideas?