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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by INEEDMILK, Feb 9, 2012.
How bad is this?
The RSA doesn't seem bent anywhere. Is this normal?
Does it function when assembled and you rack the slide?
I'm guessing you haven't fired it yet.
Is it only like that when the slide is Locked back or is it like that when web you take the slide off too I it's only when the slide is back I'm sure it's only cause of the spring pressure
Between the two pieces of the RSA. I have another gun that had the dual rsa and its a little crooked like that but only when the slide is back.
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Actually in the 8 days I've owned this thing I've put over 1000 rounds through it.
Yes, it functions perfectly.
Yea it seems straight when I strip it down. This is only noticeable when the slide is locked back.
The Glock is defected send it to me so I can properly dispose of it. I'll PM you my address.
It's fine, don't stress over it.
You know it works well.
Please give us an update at the 20,000 round mark. Your Glock is just fine.
The reason I was noticing this today is that I saw an ad on the side of this forum for the newly developed guide-rod laser for the Gen4 Glocks.
Keep in mind that the only purpose of the guide rod is to align the recoil spring.