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Question on rules concerning extended slide stop levers?

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by WaltherP99, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. WaltherP99

    WaltherP99

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    I was reading over the rules and noticed that the use of aftermarket extended slide stop levers is illegal for stock classes. My question is what if it is a GLOCK factory extended slide release? The rules do state that you can use any combination of GLOCK factory parts that do not create an unfair advantage. Can comeone clarify this for me? I would hate to install one and end up being "illegal".
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Factory extended slide stop levers are legal, as are factory 3.5# connectors.
     

  3. WaltherP99

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    Excellent! Thanx for the info DannyR!
     
  4. Boris49

    Boris49 Soot Shooter

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    Thanks for the info. I'm headed back into the rules right now. The G17L is finished and will stay as Unlimited, but I picked up a G17 today for the stock classes.

    A dumb question: Where is the best source for stock parts? I've got connectors and a few other assorted parts I've gathered, but who normally has the stock parts at a reasonable price?
     
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