Now, I know the following recoil spring, ‘strength test’ is, at the present time, largely out-of-vogue; however, if you really know your Glock pistol, it can still have relevance; AND, I’ve yet to see a genuinely weak spring get past this test.
Here’s the correct way to do it:
1. Clear the pistol. Check it. Close the slide on an empty chamber.
2. Point the muzzle in a safe direction and pull the trigger.
This is one of the most poorly understood and contentious topics on Glock Talk. Why? Because the, ‘missing link’ that causes a Glock’s trigger mechanism to reset itself, and allows the Glock to fire again, has never actually been considered in anybody’s explanation of how a Glock works that I’ve, so far, reviewed - Not even once! :freak:
Here we go: First, the often stated primary purpose of Glock’s, ‘trigger spring’ is to help you pull the trigger; AND that is how all the Glock...
First, DO NOT cut the floor plate tabs off the magazine tube. Glock designed and put them there for a good reason; and, who knows, you might have to fight for your life someday with that magazine! (Over the years I've seen more than one magazine either, 'speed dump' or hit the floor in front of a shooter's shoes.)
You’re going to need a Glock armorer’s tool. If you haven't got a Glock armorer's tool, you don't need to spend 12 to 15 dollars in order to get one. Go to a place...
:headscratch: OK. What does it take to be arrogant, presumptuous, and self-amusing? Hmmm, ....... ? ;)
Most of what I know about, ‘God’ I’ve learned from the Bible. Some of what I’ve learned about God I’ve learned by following various leads, originally developed in my bible studies, to their academic and, sometimes, surprising conclusions. In obedience to the biblical axiom not to, [COLOR="Navy"][I]‘cast pearls before swine’[/I][/COLOR] I’m not going to discuss any...