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My opinion - DO NOT DO IT.

There is a good reason why Glock goes to the expense of machining dedicated steel pins for those applications. For one thing, roll pins are not round they depend on the housing for support. For another, they are not as strong as properly fit alloy pins. Want one more? I'll tell you anyway: roll pins are designed to be oversize. They probably will destroy the pin holes in the frame. The factory pins are cheap. Why risk it?
 
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