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how hard is it to do a complete breakdown on a glock

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by kidcoltoutlaw, Jun 22, 2004.

  1. kidcoltoutlaw

    kidcoltoutlaw

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    i have never done a glock but i do my SIG p229 and p239 all the time.i hear how easy the glock is .is it easier than the SIG or the 1911 i have no trouble with them.does the 10mm glock 20 have chamber support and will it take hot loads ? thanks,keith
     
  2. Guest

    #1 Yes, they are incredibly easy to take down, you can do it blindfolded. :cool:

    #2 I don't know.

    #3 Also, a big, fat, dunno. ;g
     

  3. Valor1

    Valor1 Range Bum

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    For those who like diassembling guns, the Glock comes easy. If you'v got one of those disassembly videos, then the better. i believe Glocks don't take to too much reloads. if you go for it, buy an aftermarket barrel llike KKM or Barsto. Good luck.
     
  4. Custom Glock Racing

    Custom Glock Racing I did it first. Millennium Member

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    1. Yes, I think it is easier than a 1911 or sig to strip completley.

    2. All glocks have partial chamber support. No glock barrel made have full case support despite what some aftermarket manufacturers claim. Some aftermarket barrels offer significantley more case support than factory as well as having a tighter chamber.

    3. Probably, define "hot load".
     
  5. kidcoltoutlaw

    kidcoltoutlaw

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    that should not be a problem or would it ? i get 1200 plus with a 180 from a barsto 5 inch in a 40,thanks,keith
     
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    kidcoltoutlaw

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    for a gain of only 100 fps to have to buy a new gun.i would only shoot handloads in it i don't shoot factory rounds at all ex for rim fire ,thanks,keith
     
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    Glocks are cake to disassemble. The easiest autoloader by far due to it's simple but extremely effective engineering. A 3/32 punch is all you need to do the job. Some even use a thin bladed standard screwdriver. Matt already correctly described barrel support and I would recommend an aftermarket barrel for hot reloads that exceed factory ammo specs.
     
  8. ERASER

    ERASER Nyuk,Nyuk,Nyuk!

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    A 3/32 (or smaller) Allen wrench works too.
     
  9. kidcoltoutlaw

    kidcoltoutlaw

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    for the info.still thinking about a glock 20 10mm,thanks,keith
     
  10. hookman81

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    I have a complete glock disassembly dvd I will sell you for $20 shipped. It is a great video. I watched it one time!
     
  11. ricky1

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    This might help you take it apart.
     
  12. ricky1

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    Here is the slide instructions