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The Glock has plastic trigger pins, plastic back plate, plastic firing pin spacer sleeve, plastic firing pin retainer cups, plastic channel liner, plastic trigger, plastic guide rod, plastic trigger housing, plastic mag release, plastic sights and lastley the plastic lower. Not sure if the Glock locking lever is plastic.
 

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Thank you for joining Glock Talk to explain this to us.
Your welcome, the only parts that can't get replaced for metal ones is the plastic retainer cups, plastic firing pin spacer sleeve and trigger housing. But I'm not to sure if the trigger housing can be made in aluminum or steel just haven't found it made that way yet. So I'm guessing that isn't available for a metal replacement.
 

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Your welcome, the only parts that can't get replaced for metal ones is the plastic retainer cups, plastic firing pin spacer sleeve and trigger housing. But I'm not to sure if the trigger housing can be made in aluminum or steel just haven't found it made that way yet. So I'm guessing that isn't available for a metal replacement.
Just out of curiosity, why would you want to replace proven OEM parts that are capable of lasting for round counts into the several hundreds of thousands, for aftermarket parts that often cause reliability issues?
 
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Is the OP complaining about the plastic or complimenting Glock? I’m not sure.
 

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Is the OP complaining about the plastic or complimenting Glock? I’m not sure.
Looks like he was complaining because he’s talking above about what he can replace with metal parts. Not sure why though? He hasn’t been back in a day.
 

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Not an expert here, but the list of what all parts can be replaced with plastic sounded like a list of parts that any home 3-D printer guru can replicate.


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