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Do you have a link to order the adjustable recoils spring assembly? I did not see anything on their website.

EDIT: I got in contact with them to get one ordered.
 

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Do you have a link to order the adjustable recoils spring assembly? I did not see anything on their website.

EDIT: I got in contact with them to get one ordered.
Very good. I had contacted them previously and got a reply the RSA was available for pre-order.
 

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I made an interesting find today while organizing my spare parts.

I was organizing my spare parts and decided to compare the 336 ejectors to the G44 22lr ejector. They are very similar ins shape and size to each other. The 336 is slightly wider but has the same bend as the G44. I might have to try a 336 ejector in my G44 just for giggles to see if it will work without any mods or with slight mods.

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It has been a while since I tried my 44 slide on my 19.5 with the 44 locking block. I had feeding problems until I switched the ejector over to the 44 piece. I didn't investigate or do much comparing.
 

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I tried the Gen 3 336 ejector. while it works, I would re-profile it to exactly match the G44 ejector. Yes the 336 ejector will work in a pinch as is.

I swapped the OEM ejector out on my spare trigger housing with the 336 ejector. I loaded up an OEM magazine with 10 snap caps and hand cycled the magazine 3 different times(30 times total). Every cap loaded into the chamber and ejected fine. The 336 when measured with my Starrett digital calipers was about 3-5 thousands of an inch thicker. The radius and thickness are different between the two. But it would be fairly easy to make the 336 ejector work in the G44. The 336 would work in a pinch.

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FYI from Jeremy ...

"We are finishing up the voodoo & carry slides this week. The sights should be done (being machined) this week as well. We will be providing rmr mounting hardware with the slides."
 

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Woohoooo it won't be long now :dancingbanana:

Now if Vuurwapen would just release their Gen X frame!

I also heard from a reliable source that another company (he wouldn't say who) is going to release a Gen 5 compatible 80% frame at the next Shot Show.
 

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Just got an e-mail from Glock that the wait time for my G44 OE barrel is 90 days. Really disappointed.
 

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Just got an e-mail from Glock that the wait time for my G44 OE barrel is 90 days. Really disappointed.
I don't understand who is buying (non-threaded) G44 barrels other than us. Maybe it was a very limited supply to begin with and now with even a small demand, they're simply out of stock.
 

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They have barrels but inventory goes to production first. They had to check expected production needs before they could give a shipping timeframe. They won't confirm the order until they charge my CC and after the order is confirmed I wait 90 days before they feel they can fill a civilian order.
 

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I'm lagging far behind in the magazine department. I only have 4 OEM and 4 ProMag magazines.

All I need to complete a build is the slide and a frame.

We discussed the Vuurwapen frames last week in a live session at the Marine Gun Builder youtube channel. Vuurwapen is STILL waiting for ATF approval. And we all know how the government is, especially recently. Vuurwapen might get approval in the next few months or then next few years.

And a yet unnamed company should be announcing a Gen 5 compatible 80% frame at teh next Shot Show in January. We'll have to wait and see.
 

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There’ll soon be an influx of companies making aftermarket parts to try and “fix” the shortcomings of the Nelson aftermarket slides.

Those Nelson aluminum slides look stupid, won’t function reliably and [with no steel inserts anywhere] are going to get torn up with any real use.

Where does the stupid end...
 
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