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Old 04-30-2011, 03:36   #1
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I am so sorry to be asking such a basic question here but I honestly donít know the answer for it and yes I have been searching past threads here on Glocktalk and on Google like crazy and cant find the answer anywhere! My question is, what is the correct and proper way to re-install the Glock frame pins? (all three of them). From what I have read it is left to right to remove them, but what is the correct way to put them back in? Again, I am sorry to ask such a basic question but I have searched high and low and cant find the answer anywhere. Thank you so much in advance to anyone who knows the correct answer to this.

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Old 04-30-2011, 18:08   #2
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You can remove or install any direction you like HOWEVER the easiest way to remove the trigger pin is L to R. The easiest way to install the trigger pin is R to L. The other pins really do not matter, they go either way, no problem.
Glock recommends all pins be removed L to R and installed R to L because it is easier to remember if you do them all this way and not simply the trigger pin.
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