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Muley 07-29-2012 15:06

Just joined up from Middle Georgia
New member here from the heart of GA. I searched for this forum as a result of a disagreement with a friend about the semi-cocked mechanism in a Glock that is completed during the trigger pull. My friend says this is not possible, and I know it is. However, I found a thread on this very subject, and it seems forum members can't even agree, so I have contacted Glock the company for clarification.

I purchased a model 22 about when they were first introduced around 1990 and have never had a misfire or hangup.

emtjr928 07-29-2012 15:33

Welcome aboard. You know you can't believe everything you read on the interweb. Btw yes it is.

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rohanreginald 07-29-2012 15:52

There is a great animation showing how a glock works. As I understand the pistol is somewhat cocked and the action of pulling the trigger finishes cocking it all the way.

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bac1023 07-29-2012 15:59


emtjr928 07-29-2012 16:03

Here is the animation
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Raven1967 07-29-2012 16:09

Welcome to GT!

mymini40 07-29-2012 16:17

Welcome !

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Keyhole 07-29-2012 17:27

:welcome: aboard!

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jdl2 08-02-2012 05:16

Jim (NY)

oily_oink 08-13-2012 08:01

:welcome: From Michigan!

Wolfdad 08-14-2012 07:10

Welcome! There's much to learn here.

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