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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by skynyrd1911, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. skynyrd1911

    skynyrd1911

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    Has this ever happened to you?? How do you fix it?
     

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    G26S239 NRA Patron

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    Wow! That looks like a real PITA. I hope you get it fixed.
     

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    How the heck did you do that?
     
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    wow!
    how did that happen?
     
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    How did this happen?
     
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    Just tried to duplicate this and have done so several times. In all cases I was able to simply push the slide forward off the frame as the slide lock failed to engage as the slide wasn't far enough back.
     
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    Been there,done that:embarassed:.
    What ChicagoZman said.
     
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    slide will not push foward off the frame.....barrel seems to be stuck barrel and guide rod protruding from front of frame and slide.don't know how I did it, but I AIN'T happy about it. feed ramp is under the metal piece. Jeez! VERY embarassing to say the least
     
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    How were you able to replicate the feed ramp under the locking block? Because that's what I see. From his last reply it sounds like his RSA is installed.
     
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    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    Take some more pictures for us....the whole gun from different sides.

    Are all four of the frame rails in the slide rails? Will the slide move at all?
     
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    Thanks for the imput guys...I got the slide off. Don't ask me how, but I'm HAPPY now. Again, THANKS!!!:thumbsup:
     
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    Glad you got it off, now don't do it again!
     
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    By pushing down on the chamber area of the barrel while re-assembling.
     
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    Make sure your recoil spring assembly is properly seated before you reassemble. That is fairly common with Springfield XD's when the RSA slips sideways as the slide is going back on. I would bet about any pistol would have the same issue if the RSA is not properly seated.
     
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    FWIW I was going to suggest pushing the pins out of the receiver hoping it would loosen things up enough to allow you to disassemble it. Don't know if that woulda helped or not.