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Magazine Release

Discussion in 'Thin to Win - G36 Club' started by 07 ultra, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. I have a new G36 and noticed that the mag release button seems very hard to push. Would this be due to it being new or is there a problem with it? Thanks
     
  2. Glock Master

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    Sounds like it's because it's new, my mag release is hard to push on my G36 also.
     


  3. Pecos Bill

    Pecos Bill

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    Mine is quite stiff as well. Good news is you don't drop a mag unintentionally.

    In the heat of battle, you won't even notice it.!!!

    Be Safe,
    DanO
     
  4. What does it feel like when you push it without a magazine in place?
    How about an empty mag compared to a full mag?
    I always look at the fit of the release mechnism in the frame to see if there is a good fit.
    Could simply need smoothing out by lightly breaking the edges of the release.
    Could be a tight fit in the frame.
    If it feels normal without a mag or with an empty mag it is probably the fact that a full mag has the top round pressing against the slide and making it tight, which is normal.
    Try pushing up on the magazine before releasing it. Makes a big difference.
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2011
  5. Woody Jones

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    Mine feels a little hard as well, but not as hard a getting that last round in that little mag.