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TIGHT PIN REMOVAL - GlOCK

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by RevolverArmorer, May 21, 2003.

  1. RevolverArmorer

    RevolverArmorer

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    Although the meathod of removing pins on a Glock are push. I feel that a pin that is not centered can be gently tapped into place. Just the same, some locking block pins can be very tight. The only alternative seems to be tapping the locking block pin lightly to center. Releasing most trigger pins is not that hard. Just wiggle the slide stop lever for and aft while you push the pin. However, I still feel that tapping the locking block pin (in the case of an extremely tight pin) is the thing to do. :)
     
  2. G Man .40

    G Man .40 13 .40 + 1=G23

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  3. WalterGA

    WalterGA Millennium Member

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    And the question was?? ;)
     
  4. Flatlander03

    Flatlander03 StraightShooter

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    It's like the Johnny Carson show when holds the envelope up to his forehead and answers questions.

    Just jokin;f
     
  5. RevolverArmorer

    RevolverArmorer

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    Glock Talk seems to be a discussion forum. :)
     
  6. Flatlander03

    Flatlander03 StraightShooter

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    It was a little different.

    Usually the forum starts out with an opinion asking for responses, or a question looking for answers.
    Then it usually breaks into a discussion.

    No harm done.;f
     
  7. WalterGA

    WalterGA Millennium Member

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    Sometimes folks hit the "new thread" rather than the "reply" button. I've done it myself. I thought this might have been one of those threads and I just wondered if somebody was having problems with Glock pins (I never have), and I just missed the question.