A little help.

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  1. CC Glock

    CC Glock

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    Just to make sure. The slide stop lever(#27) tension spring goes under the the pin(#34)

    Do i have this right. The slide stop lever is working properley but i just want to make sure.

    Thanks.
     
  2. paddle007

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    I had the same moment when assembling my G23 after its first disassembly. Yes it goes under the pin.
     

  3. CC Glock

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    Awww, now i can go to sleep.

    Thanks again.
     
  4. CC Glock

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    so im guessing since everyone has read this thread and no one has objected that we are right?
     
  5. 93 FOX

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    yup..I was told the #34 pin is always last out first in for that reason.
     
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    If pin (#34) is the locking block pin, then that is correct. Next would be the trigger pin and then the trigger housing pin, in that order......it may help when installing the trigger pin to slightly jiggle the slide stop lever to get it started. Once it has started and with the slide stop lever in the upward position, you should feel and hear a small click when the pin has seated.
     
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    Just remenber #34 Locking block pin is the first pin out and first pin in when disassemble your Glocks.
     
  8. Fire_Medic

    Fire_Medic Polymer Butcher CLM

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    The pins go out and in in the same order.
     
  9. CC Glock

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    So why dont someone just tell me the order in which the pins come out. lol

    Thanks.
     
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    With a 3 pin Glock, first the locking block pin followed by the trigger pin and then the trigger housing pin.

    The locking block pin acts as a bearing surface for your slide lock lever spring to flex against.

    While installing the trigger pin, you may find it easier to jiggle the slide lock lever in order to start the pin. After it has started into the frame assembly, hold the slide lock lever up slightly while pushing the pin in the rest of the way. You should feel and hear a slight click when the trigger pin has seated properly.

    Last but not least, be sure to install your trigger housing pin.
     
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  11. Fire_Medic

    Fire_Medic Polymer Butcher CLM

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    The top pin on the locking block first, trigger housing pin second, and the trigger pin last. In and out in the same order out from left to right back in the opposite way on the same side of the frame.
     
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  12. Rusty Shackleford

    Rusty Shackleford mmhmm

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    Locking block (upper front) pin comes out before, and goes back in before the Trigger (lower front) pin. The trigger housing (rear) pin really doesn't matter in terms of order.

    This is just the order I do it but it's not without reason. It makes removing the trigger pin easier, and replacing the slide stop lever easier.

    ETA: fire medic types faster than i do =P
     
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