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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Feanor, May 31, 2010.
Glock does call it a firing pin.
If it's a complex firearm, probably not
A Glock? I'll do it myself. Parts are cheap, the gun is very easy to detail strip, and I can replace anything in it myself. That's part of the beauty of having a Glock!
This could have been seen easily by field stripping and doing the standard checks.
You sure? This is from Glock's literature.
The illustration is epic, nice!
That's funny stuff, there.
I don't see how disassembling a Glock could void its warranty. What would you do if your TV remote stopped working - open the cover and check the batteries, or call Sony?
I love these threads..
haha, sorry if I ramble on too much and confused people, my point was just to Clean, inspect and function check after every outing and periodically.
10mm Universe, I saw a few of your post on Caliber Corner and I think my next Glock will be the G20 mainly for woods carry.
BTW this thread got really funny Really fast
If taking apart my glock voided the warranty. I'd have voided the warranty not an hour after I bought it... And im sure that goes for just about every glock owner here...
It doesnt say anywhere that field stripping your Glock voids anything, and thats all it would take to find out if it had a broken firing pin..
I am not your bro, and the jerks are ample if you but read their postings to this thread! I dont care what Glock, you, or anyone else has to say on the matter, its a striker!
Do you mean to say you actually know how to field strip your Glock? Because field stripping is not the same as detail stripping! Anyhoo, you might actually read the little posts before you reply to them!
Nope, this is my first rodeo and I dont know jack about Glocks..There is no need to detail strip your glock to see if theres something wrong with the firing pin..To remove it yes but not to see if it functions..
As I said to the other guy, read the little posts before stepping into the doo! Popping off the slide plate cover is not necessary to establish that the striker is/was damaged, its also not part of any field stripping procedure, its part of a detail stripping procedure.
Not very thorough in your reading either I see!
Yeah That one was my fault..I mis-quoted..