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Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by hoosier#17, Feb 27, 2007.
Anybody know where I can sights, ext. slide re and trigger etc. etc. installed in southeastern IN???
The ext. slide release and trigger you can do yourself, all you need are the parts. It really isn't very hard.
The sights need a sight pusher though.
He'll need to order the "Glock Dis-assembly Tool" also..
Glocks are easy...
If You are around Louisville. Me.
AKA a 3/32 allen wrench.
The last time I was at Bradis they had a Glock armorer on staff.
If you can change a door knob in your house, you can work on your Glock.
You can 'make' a Glock Armorers Tool by cutting off an ice pick 1 1/2 inch from the handle.
Check out these two Glock sites:
All Elmore's employee's are glock armorer's so if they are open there is one there
I have to agree with most of the psters. Glocks are extremely easy to work on.
I have done extensive work to my Glock 24C and I am not a Glock Armor. This is no slight on Glock Armors but the Glock Armor class is a one day class that just about anyone can pass.
True gunsmithing is a different animal altogether. It takes years to develop a lot of the skill they posses.
If you're ever around Eagle Creek on a weekend, I have my sight pusher there with me.
Glocks are very easy to work on. A few quirks, but it ain't brain surgery. Even I'm a Certified Glock Armorer
And, while we are on the subjects of modifying Glocks..
Here's my Glock 27 that I have taken all the internal 40cal male plumbing out of and implanted female 9mm Glock 26 plumbing in so my wife can carry it and shoot it.
I can switch it back to a he man 40cal Glock 27 in 15 minutes.. maybe less..
Adjustable sights are a good thing to have when you go from 40cal to 9mm...
It's been 100% in 9mm format.
Now I can use my Glock 17 mags in it....