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Has anyone polished gen4 chamber indicator?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by cabrego, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. cabrego

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    I finally figured out how to interpret the chamber indicator of my gen4 g27 and it seems like a nice polishing would make the chamber indicator really pop. Has any one done this or do they have pics of it?
     
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    Never done one but I would go about like the barrel , very small piece kinda hard to handle.You have two methods here , choose
    one carefully and have at it!
     

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    Thanks for the link but I am trying to make the chamber indicator more functional, so I need the contrast between polished and back so you can quickly tell if there is a round in the chamber for practical and safety reasons :)

    I haven't seen anyone who has done that yet so maybe I will be the first..
     
  5. cabrego

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    Done, super easy mod, just got to be careful not to polish the side of the extractor.
    Unloaded:
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    Loaded:
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    [​IMG]

    Mine's a G3, but I wouldn't think the process is different.