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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by OD GASTON, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. OD GASTON

    OD GASTON 05' RUBICON

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    I have a few Glock pistols and since I can't go to the Armorers school, I am asking you guys what is the best resource to learn how to disassemle/reassemble and to work on Glock pistol.I would really like to learn how to break the gun down other than field strip so I can do a better job of cleaning my Glocks.
    Thanks in advance!!!
     
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  3. OD GASTON

    OD GASTON 05' RUBICON

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    Thanks,just what I'm looking for, I alson went to Glockmeister and saw alot of good info there too.
    Thanks again...:thumbsup:
     
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    +1 on the above

    +2 on the Ptooma Complete Guide to Glocks from Lone Wolf.

    Also, try www.glockfaq.com

    Some of the material is outdated, but very useful nonetheless.
     
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    There is a DVD available on www.midwayusa.com called "Making Glocks Rock". The DVD is about 4 hours long and it covers everything from the most basic like field stripping and cleaning to detail stripping of the weapon (all three generations). It also covers the most common upgrades (sights, slide stop release, ect.) and repairs (even how and where to buff parts). It also covers part relacement and improvements. The video has 45 chapters worth of information all of which is very informative.

    Here is the link:

    http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/showproduct?saleitemid=186832