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G19 Gen 3 Project Complete

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by SCSU74, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. SCSU74

    SCSU74 St. Cloud Proud

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    Traded a buddy for a gen 3 19, wasn't sure how many rounds had been through it. Barrel looked good, just replaced all the springs with new ones. Here is a pic and what else i did:

    Work Done:
    - Finger grooves on front strap removed
    - Trigger guard Undercut
    - Grip 360 stippled
    - Reference points in front of slide lock stippled
    - XS Sights
    - Match grade slide lock installed
    - Vickers mag release installed
    - Frame plug installed
    - All springs replaced with Wolff springs, including mag springs
    - Glock OEM +2 magazine extension installed
     
  2. BigNic

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    Nice work. Congrats.
     

  3. pureform1278

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    I understand cosmetics you changed for your taste but changed springs? I have glocks that have well over 10,000 to 78,000 with all original springs... Unless you changed them to lighter competition springs and if thats your EDC be careful for FTF... If you changed your firing pin to 4 pound i would just leave the stock one on and the rest of the new springs are fine if they are lighter... If not your everyday carry then enjoy what you put in it...
     
  4. packinaglock

    packinaglock John 3:16

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    I don't care for the majority of the stippling out there but yours looks pretty good.
     
  5. dango

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    Nice job man.I don't alter mine much but that's a looker all right.

    I like the shinny barrels and nite sites, that's about all I do
     
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    All the springs are stock weight. I change mine once a year just because it's cheap insurance. Would rather prevent something than worry about trying to fix it when I actually need it. I can get the Wolff service pack (includes everything but mag springs) for around $11 so it's not a huge hardship. I've never had an issue with anything from Wolff and their springs just feel like higher quality than stock. I still use stock recoil spring and swap that every 2000 rds or so


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    what did you use to do that ?
     
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    The grip? Lone star armory did the stippling and undercut


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