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glock firing pin channel liner

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by JimiWeaver, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. JimiWeaver

    JimiWeaver

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    It came out with the firing pin when i cleaned my LEO trade in 19. Any ideas? I have never had this happen before. Thanks in advance guys.

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    It definitely shouldn't have, those Should be pretty snug, I'd replace it and if it still comes out that easily take it in to be looked at


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    Have an armorer install a new one.
     
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    kashdaddy Glockaholic

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    cheap part, install a new one..............take the opportunity to clean the channel area good
     
  5. robhic

    robhic WOLVERINE!!!! Platinum Member Silver Member

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    I put a DRY patch on a puller and cleaned out the channel. Liner came out on my rod! :wow: So I just took it off of the patch & puller, re-inserted it in its place and no problem. Just pushed it back in place with a wooden dowel. Replace if you wish, but, from my experience, I wouldn't worry about it.
     
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    I agree. I've had a few come out like that. I would just clean the channel and channel liner and push it back in.. Never had a problem from any of the Glocks it happen to..
     
  7. Remington 870

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    To install a new liner use the old liner to seat the new one in the slide being that the old liner does not fit snug. you might need to use a very small hammer to tap the liner in the slide enough to seat the new liner. hope this hepls. or you could find a wooden dowel to seat the new liner. you should not have to beat the hell out of it to get it down and seated properly. their is a tool that is made just for the process but i dont know where you would buy it maybe brownells.
     
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    3rdgen40 .45 fanatic

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    A Bic Stick pen hull works well to push a new liner in.
     
  9. JimiWeaver

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    Thanks guys. This is my sixth Glock, second trade in and this is the first time I've had this happen. I will finish cleaning it and see if it holds. If not I will pick up a new one. The spring cups had a lot of dirt/grim between them and the liner when I got it apart. I take it you seat the liner all the way down the back side of the breech face.
     
  10. alexhartang

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    Yes, just make sure to insert the beveled end first. It shouldn't be overly easy to put it back in, but you shouldn't have to bang on it too hard either.


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