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"Glock" Lock...know anything 'bout it?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by T-G-too-too, Apr 1, 2003.

  1. T-G-too-too

    T-G-too-too G17, G22

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    Hello again Gentlemen,
    it's been a while since I've been here..and an even longer time since I"ve played with my Glocks...
    anyway, I just saw these ads with the cool new Glock locks that have the keyway in the backstrap-
    I have no idea if these can be retrofitted to my 3rd Gen G22 or even 1st gen G17?
    anyone have any ideas?
    I have never seen one in real life, so I don't even know if they're available!
    any and all insight would be super!
    TIA,
    TG22
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    1. They can only be retrofitted to frames made after about March 1, 2002. Look inside the grip cavity of your Gen 3 frame. If you see two "dragons teeth" it can be retrofitted. You can feel them with your finger. The lock will not fit any G36.

    2. As of March 29, expected availability is 90 days.

    3. retrofits must be done by Glock because a slot needs to be cut ino the frame.

    4. cost is unknown at ths time.
     

  3. T-G-too-too

    T-G-too-too G17, G22

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    hey DannyR,
    I couldn't have asked for a better response!
    thanks for the details.
    I just took a look and didn't feel anything or see anything protruding in the cavity that would illicit a "dragon's tooth" thought...so I guess I'm SOL...as well, I think my G22 is circa Feb/01 so I guess that confirms it :(

    Thank you!
    TG22
     
  4. tsbmalibu

    tsbmalibu

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    So how does the thing work? How does it prevent the weapon from firing? I think I saw that thing in Dillon, and wondered about it...

    Thanks for any info...
     
  5. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    No, you did not see the Glock Factory Integral Lock in Dilon's catalog. It installs in the grip cavity and locks the trigger bar using a computer designed key. It will be available only from Glock.