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Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by stangyg123, Jul 3, 2006.
The "damage" you're referring to...isn't.
Every Glock magazine I've ever cracked open to clean or repair gets those marks on the retention button on the magazine insert. It's inevitable. The force required to push in the insert with the Glock tool is greater than the hardness of the polymer.
You can live with it, or you can purchase new inserts. Of course, the next time you want to open them up you'll scratch those, too.