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Anybody have a Glock with the new locking system?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Kinderpistole, Jan 8, 2004.

  1. Kinderpistole

    Kinderpistole

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    As you can see, I live in the #@!^%&~ liberal state of Maryland and NIB dealer-purchased Glocks must have the new lock system installed in the hollow cavity of the grip. [​IMG] (There was an article in the Glock Anuual 2003 about it.) Can this lock be removed easily in the event that I sell it to someone in a state that does not require it?
     
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    Kinder,

    Not sure where you are in Maryland, but a couple of shops that I used to frequent are definately the guys in the "know" about that.
    I can recommend a few, depending on locale.


    MiKeMaN
     

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    Kinderpistole

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    I'm near the capital.
     
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    I listed one of the shops I like in response to your other thread.... but I'll put them here, too. OnTarget in Severn are really good guys.... also a few others that I've had good luck with as well.


    MiKeMaN
     
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    i like that lock can you buy them in Illinois???
     
  6. Kinderpistole

    Kinderpistole

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    I found out that the grip housing lock is only available on a couple models and they come installed by the factory.

    The "Ghost Block" (http://www.botachtactical.com/ghostblock.html)satisfies Maryland law and can be installed easily.