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Ordering parts from Glock

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ateamer, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. ateamer

    ateamer NRA4EVR

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    As a Glock armorer, I can get parts at a significant discount. Unfortunately, the only way to do it is to fax or mail the order. Glock hasn't yet discovered online purchasing. Anyone know of a way to do so, phone order or have a contact at Glock who can male it happen by phone?


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    "Vee haff VAYS of making hyu buy from Glock!!!"

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  5. SARDG

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    Ya' just have to bite the bullet.

    Make it worth your while and order a significant amount of stuff so you don't have to torture yourself too soon again.
     
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    I've found it easier to buy from either Lone Wolf or Glockmeister. Prices aren't bad and you get them lots faster. OMB express is another option.
     
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    Same here, LWD, Brownells, etc.
     
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    Not any more. Their website still accepts orders, but those orders won't be filled because they are out of business until their liquidation sale. I got burned on that one.
     
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    My first order took 4+ weeks to be charged to my CC and 6-8 weeks to be fulfilled.. I did get everything I ordered.. in time :)

    If you need it fast, Glock might not be the right source.
     
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    I've been told that only a Glock armorer can get the 4256-1- TB...why is that?
     
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    I didn't know that was true, but perhaps because it's a new part and there's a shortage. However, the grooved trigger part marked 4256-1 is SP07649 and the smooth trigger, marked 4256-1 is SP04417.
     
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    You can email a PDF form in, but as others mentioned its usually easier to just buy parts from brownells or lone wolf. Brownells with Leo discount is only about a dollar higher than glock's prices for most parts


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    that's funny :rofl::rofl:
     
  15. DRAGON1970

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    That is alot to go through just to order parts. What is the use of being an armorer then?? It is not worth the money if they don't treat you any better. I mean, a 5 year old with one hand can diagnose, dissasemble, install new parts and reassemble a Glock in ten minutes.
     
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    Do you read the My Glock Broke threads. Of course that is after they changed parts not having a clue what they were doing.
     
  18. ateamer

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    I'm an armorer for the Sheriff's Office, and the office pays for parts for department guns. Theae parts I want are for my personally-owned 27 - can't have the office pay for that.

    I'll check Brownell's.


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  19. Toby196

    Toby196 Fetching a rug.

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    On the topic of Glock Armorers and such, I'm curious how I can locate a local certified armorer to get the "updated" parts for a Gen 2 G19 slide I've purchased (I bought the slide to swap out on to a G23 frame, and already have the G19 trigger housing). To be precise, I really only need the updated striker/firing pin, as I've already purchased the other (cheaper) parts, and I don't feel like dealing with the wait of sending the slide into Glock Smyrna, GA. And yes, I've checked to see if there were any GSSF matches close by, where I could get the parts swapped out, and I haven't found any within a reasonable distance.

    Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
     
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    you shouldnt need to locate an armorer to get the parts, if you go on glockparts.com they have a schematic of all the parts and you just click on the parts you want, they are all the current up to date parts. or if you know the part numbers you can just go through brownells