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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by mesmith&weson, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. mesmith&weson

    mesmith&weson

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    Took my slide and fram apart for a good cleaning was very easy. Put it back together did the glocksafty checks no problems. Took only a hour from start to fi finish.
     
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    Doughnutman_923 Blessed Are The Peacemakers

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    Good job! I salute every do-it-yourself type like you.

    I find it necessary to know the inner workings of every firearm I own by taking it apart and studying the different pieces, just don't tell my department armorer that!
     

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    Nicely done. Congratulations! :wavey:
     
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    u n v kenny

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    Make sure you positioned your slide lock lever under the correct pin.
     
  5. mesmith&weson

    mesmith&weson

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    I made the the slide lock went in to the grove on the pin so it can't com out during operation. Glock out of all my guns the glock is the most simplest one. To take apart. Go glock
     
  6. jlbeasley1976

    jlbeasley1976 Southern BTGOG

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    Almost. Need to get that spring off the firing pin then practice getting those spring cups back on. And that mag release can be a b$&?!$ sometimes. All in all, good work though. My glock was the first gun I ever took completely apart and it gave me the confidence to start fiddling with all my guns. In my opinion, the cheaper-made the gun, the harder to get back together. I have a Taurus 845 that would blow your mind when you see it in 20 million pieces.
     
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    i think you meant to say slide stop lever, not the slide lock....
     
  8. jlbeasley1976

    jlbeasley1976 Southern BTGOG

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  9. mesmith&weson

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    I did remove the fiering pin spring not bad. But I would think that the spring cups would be metal not plastic. Easy to put back on and the spring is not super stong ether.but with the pointed fiering pin I doest need to be.
     
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    Touché. Thank you! Coming from an Armorer I feel embarrassed!
     
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    Congrats and good job! My glock 17 was the first gun I had the kahonies to completly detail strip. I found a good youtube video and went step by step. It was alot easier than I thought. Although, first time I put the spring cups back on the firing pin, I managed to launch one across the living room and spent the next 30 min on my hands searching for it. Luckly I found it finally lol