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G20-SF Something broken?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by RDub01, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. RDub01

    RDub01

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    Hello

    I was changing barrels yesterday and noticed something didn't look right..

    See red arrow..

    What used to be here, and what was it for?

    Thanks


    [​IMG]
     
  2. fastbolt

    fastbolt

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    Got another trigger mech housing w/ejector? ;)

    What loads have you been shooting through that gun, anyway?? (Changing barrels?)

    What RSA are you running (or do I even want to know)?

    Has that G20SF been inspected by a Glock armorer? (Hint)
     
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  3. countrygun

    countrygun

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    Appears so.

    The "right turn" appears to be gone.
     
  4. countrygun

    countrygun

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    I think it's supposed to look like this (I happen to have mine on and the camera was right here)

    [​IMG]
     
  5. RDub01

    RDub01

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    Ok.. Thought there was supposed to be something there.

    I shoot cast bullets through a KKM barrel. I don't shoot lead through the factory barrel.

    Where would I find a Glock armorer in southern Oregon?
     
  6. countrygun

    countrygun

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    You must be talking south central as opposed the coast?

    I am sure there is one somewhere between Grants Pass and Eugene.
     
  7. fastbolt

    fastbolt

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    There's not a publicized list for armorers, most likely because most of them are working cops and the company isn't going to be giving up their addresses. ;)

    Glock makes it easy for stocking dealers to send employees through the armorer class, and a couple of the classes I've attended have had at least one non-sworn gunshop employee in it.

    Try calling around to the local gunstores and seeing if any of them have an armorer on-staff. They'll either have the TMH assembly on hand, or Glock will send it to them.
     
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  8. RDub01

    RDub01

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    Ok, I'll see what I can find out.. Should be someone in the Medford area..

    Thanks