Match grade slide lock (revisited)

Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by TexasPOff, Apr 3, 2008.


  1. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    The MGSL is very easy to install, and comes with complete instructions.

    No, I do not have a website. I am a gunsmith, not a salesman.
     

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  2. bdcremer

    bdcremer The No SpinZone

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    Used the MGSL in my G20 and saw a noticeable improvement.
     

  3. well guess I will have to order and check it out.
     
  4. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    My thanks to all of you who have got a MGSL.

    Any questions or comments...?
     
  5. Will you be at the gun show in Ft Worth this weekend.
     
  6. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    Yes sir, I'll be there.
     
  7. When and where is your next gun show?
     
  8. TR, I have a question.

    I have used the MGSL in my glock 22 and have been very happy. I recently got a glock 34, and decided that i wanted to put the MGSL in that. After assembling the pistol I noticed that when the slide was cycles slowly, it would not lock into full battery. By pressing on the back of the slide, you then hear a 'click' as it locks into battery. It dod not do this on my glock 22 and am just wondering why. Thanks.
     
  9. Also, my G23 is doing this also...
     
  10. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    My next gun show will be this weekend at Geo. R. Brown in Houston. Weekend after that, I will be at the Irvine Convention Center. Hope to see you.
     
  11. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    The reason for this is that different guns have different tolerences. The slide movement and "clicking" sound you hear on your G34 and G23 is due to the MGSL wearing in and seating itself to the barrel locking lug on the barrel. (With use, a thin shiny wear line should form on the bottom edge of the barrel locking groove on the MGSL) This is normal with a new MGSL, (or with one that is swapped into different guns) and will generally disappear within the first 200 rounds fired. If this condition does not correct itself after a 200 round break in, please call me at : 832-695-7192, or email me at Grhm458@cs.com.
     
  12. Is there a definate answer on the legality of this item for IDPA in SSP and USPSA in production? I am shooting in the IDPA World Championship match in a few weeks and if this part is legal I would like to use one.
     
  13. Thank you TR. I will put some rounds through it and see if it is better. Thanks for the help!
     
  14. Irving not Irvine I hope! Do they even allow gun shows in Irvine!
     
  15. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    Don't know, don't care. I don't think much of the People's Republic of California.

    But, you are right...its I-R-V-I-N-G. In the great state of Texas. On the 10th and 11th of September. :supergrin:
     
  16. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    Gents, can anyone help with ave8er's question? I quit shooting competitively almost 15 years ago.
     
  17. Thanks Mr Graham! The MGSL really works! I'll be getting one for my 26 soon.
     
  18. arushus

    arushus Biggest Member

    Ive got a chrome pin kit in my glock. Is this part naturally a metal color that gets painted black? If it is, are you willing to sell one unpainted?
     
  19. It was laser cut and treated (chemically) to protect from rusting, as I recall what Mr. Graham said. He did that in batches.
     
  20. T. R. Graham

    T. R. Graham The Glocksmith

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    No, sorry. The MGSL's are black oxide finished like the Glock slide and barrel for corrosion resistance.
     

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