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Glock Slide Stuck

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by JDK721, Jan 13, 2010.

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    With the slide all the way back,depress the firing pin sleeve and remove the cover plate, remove the firing pin assembly.
     
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    Can you see the firing pin lug?
     
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    Will that help? It looks like he missed the front rail which is what has everything locked up, not the typical forgot the spring issue.

    I'll fess up that I did the same thing one time, just tapped it off with a rubber mallet and hoped for the best. Worked for me, but others may have better ideas, and I can't reccomend it.
     
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    Nothing magical about getting the slide on, trigger pull not needed.

    Just make sure recoil spring is seated correctly and make sure next attempt that BOTH front frame rails are in the slide grooves as your pushing it back, and that both the back ones go in as your pushing back as well.
     
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