Glock 19

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  1. Picketeer

    Picketeer

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    Disassembled my GLOCK 19 and when reassembled, the gun will not cock the trigger for dry firing or? Anyone had this problem? What is the fix? I have tore it down and put it back together several times now and still cannot isolate the problem. Even compared it to my GLOCK 26 insides and no difference? :sad:
     
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    You didn't have any parts left over? Did you bend, file or polish either the striker lug or the trigger bar when it was apart? Can you give us more details?
     

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    All parts look identical to the parts in my G26...........that's what so strange.....nothing bent or?
     
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    Does it feel like the striker is "cocking"(springy feel on the trigger) but just not "breaking", releasing the striker or is the trigger not resetting and moving forward when you cycle the slide?
     
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    Problem resolved..............thanks!:thumbsup:
     
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    Can you give us some details on the fix so we can learn from the problem you had?
     
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    All I did was change out the connector....................evidently I had a defective one or?
     
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    Well, maybe the connector wasn't properly seated in the trigger housing.
     
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    Nope, that was tried also. Checked that before I put the NY1 spring in..........:thumbsup: