This Armorers Manual Is To Be Supplemented By Technical Bulletins

Information and Specifications contained within this manual may change without notification.

This manual provides basic service and backup information for certified GLOCK armorers, and is not intended for use by other people.

Certification can only be granted by GLOCK after attending a GLOCK armorer's school.

GLOCK cannot be held responsible for any misinterpretation of the instructions in this manual that can lead to improper functioning of the pistol.

For additional information and service guidelines contact GLOCK for your nearest certified field representative.

I. INTRODUCTION

All GLOCK pistols ore a product of modern technology, incorporating many innovative design features which result in ease of operation, extreme reliability, simple function, reduced maintenance, durability and light weight. Mr. GLOCK was the first person to successfully produce a polymer handgun receiver and marry it to a strong, all steel slide and barrel. In addition to new materials and manufacturing methods, the GLOCK pistol has an action which combines the best characteristics of the traditional double and single action pistols, creating what has become known as the "Safe Action" system.

Safe, simple operation, reliability and accuracy were primary design criteria. To achieve safety with simplicity, three independent safeties sequentially disengage as the pistol's trigger is pulled to its rear-most position. These safeties automatically reset themselves once the shooter removes his finger from the trigger. GLOCK pistols combine the safety and simplicity of revolver-like operation with a constant double action trigger pull, high magazine capacity, rapid recovery and the reduced recoil of a modern, semi-automatic pistol.

GLOCK currently has available for distribution to police agencies: The GLOCK 17 (9mm), the GLOCK 19 (9mm compact), the GLOCK 22 (.40 caliber), the GLOCK 23 (.40 caliber compact), the GLOCK 20 (10mm), and the GLOCK 21 (.45 ACP caliber).

Glock 9mm Silber

This manual provides maintenance and technical information for certified GLOCK armorers. It contains numerous pictures, each one showing exactly how a specific procedure is to be carried out. This makes maintenance extremely simple and straightforward. A unique feature of the GLOCK pistol is that all parts generally are interchangeable within the same model—no hand fitting, filing or polishing is required or advised.

Prior to the service and mainte-Notes: _

nance section of this manual is a section devoted to SAFETY as it relates to the GLOCK pistol (Read Safety Rules on page 8). Read and be familiar with this information prior to performing any maintenance on the pistol. Wear safety glasses while performing maintenance.

The terms: right & left, front (muzzle) & rear, top & bottom, up & down and forward & backward, as used in this manual refer to the pistol when being held in shooting position as seen by the shooter.

Exploded Drawing and Parts List for Glock 17 natostock. No. ioos/2s/i33/6775

Machine Pistol Drawing

RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY (Modification introduced in 1991}

Optional (for part#25): 25A New York Trigger Sprir 25B New York Trigger Spring

Standard (cal. .40,10mm, .45 ACP): 34 Locking block pin

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

6 Spacer sleeve

7 Firing pin spring

8 Spring cups

9 Firing pin safety

10 Firing pin safety spring

11 Extractor

12 Extractor depressor plunger

13 Extractor depressor plunger spring

14 Spring-loaded bearing

15 Slide cover plate

16 Rear sight 16a Front sight

17 Receiver

18 Magazine catch spring

19 Magazine catch

20 Slide lock spring

21 Slide lock

22 Locking block

23 Triager mechanism housing with ejector

24 Connector

25 Trigger spring

25-A New York Trigger Spring 25-B New York Trigger Spring Plus

26 Trigger with trigger bar

27 Slide stop lever

28 Trigger pin

29 Trigger mechanism bousing pin

30 Follower

31 Magazine spring

32 Magazine floor plate 32-A Magazine insert

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin Note: Refer to parts order list pages 44-50.

Parts That Do Not Interchange with Glock 17 Parts

GLOCK 17L

1 Slide

2 Barrel

19 Magazine Catch

GLOCK 19

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube 17 Receiver

20 Slide lock spring 22 Locking block

26 Trigger with trigger bar

27 Slide stop lever

31 Magazine spring 33 Magazine tube

GLOCK 20

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

11 Extractor

12 Extractor depressor plunger 17 Receiver

19 Magazine catch

20 Slide lock spring

21 Slide lock

22 Locking block

23 Trigger mechanism housing wilri ejector

26 Trigger with trigger bar

27 Slide stop lever 30 Follower

32 Magazine floor plate

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

GLOCK 21

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

9 Firing pin safety

11 Extractor

12 Extractor depressor plunger 17 Receiver

19 Magazine catch

20 Slide lock spring

21 Slide lock

22 Locking block

23 Trigger mechanism housing with ejector

26 Trigger with trigger bar

27 Slide stop lever 30 Follower

32 Magazine floor plate

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

GLOCK 22

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin 17 Receiver

22 Locking block

23 Trigger mechanism housing wiiri ejector

Do not put trigger mechanism housing with ejector from a GLOCK 17 or GLOCK 19 into the GLOCK 22. Ejector may hit primer causing round to fire. 27 Slide stop lever 30 Follower

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

GLOCK 23

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

17 Receiver

20 Slide lock spring

22 Locking block

23 Trigger mechanism housing wim ejector

Do not put trigger mechanism housing with ejector from a GLOCK 17 or GLOCK 19 into the GLOCK 23. Ejector may hit primer causing round to fire.

26 Trigger with trigger bar

27 Slide stop lever

30 Follower

31 Magazine spring

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

Notes:

II. SAFETY

Basic Firearm Safety Rules

#1 Always keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction.

#2 Handle all firearms as if they were loaded.

#3 The trigger finger stays out of the trigger guard until the firearm is on target and the decision to fire has been made.

#4 Make sure the firearm is in good working order and the barrel clear of obstructions.

#5 Always check your target, backstop and the surrounding area before firing.

#6 Quality ear and eye protection should always be worn when shooting or observing.

#7 When storing a firearm, the firearm should be unloaded/ secured in a safe storage case and out of the reach of children and untrained adults.

#8 Only use ammunition recommended by the firearm manufacturer and always check caliber and condition of ammunition before loading the firearm.

#9 Firearm transportation is regulated by Federal, State and local laws. Always transport your firearm in a safe, unloaded condition and in accordance with applicable laws.

Notes:_

#10 Certain medications, alcohol and firearms do not mix. Never allow anyone to use firearms when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. #11 The safe and rational use of a firearm relies on common sense and proper training of the user. Follow safety rules and think before using a firearm. #12 Thoroughly read and understand the users manual that is supplied with your firearm. Never use any firearm unless you completely understand its operation and safety features.

Safety Devices

The weapon has no conventional, externally-located safety lever. Therefore make sure that the trigger is touched only when you intend to fire or when verified empty, in order to perform maintenance.

1. Trigger Safety

It is incorporated into the trigger (26) in the form of a lever, and in the untouched state blocks the trigger from being moved backwards.

To fire the pistol, both the trigger safety and the trigger must be depressed at the same time.

If the trigger safety is not depressed, then the trigger will not move to the rear and the pistol will not fire. This is designed to prevent the trigger from going to the rear when dropped.

2. Firing Pin Safety:

A spring-loaded pin (9) projects into the firing pin cutout, and blocks it. This safety is only released while the trigger is pulled.

3. Safety Function of the Trigger Mechanism Housing (Drop Safety):

The trigger bar is pushed onto the safety ramp by the firing pin.

THE SAFETY DEVICES 1,2 and 3 above are designed to prevent the weapon from unintentional discharge, if dropped from up to 6.5 ft., exceeding NATO standards.

Special Warning:

In case the trigger safety proves to be ineffective for any reason, DANGER of an unintentional discharge exists. THE WEAPON IS THEN TO BE IMMEDIA TEL Y UNLOADED AND RESTRICTED FROM FURTHER USE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR WEAPON IS PROPERL Y REPAIRED AND CHECKED BY GLOCK OR AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL BEFORE USING IT AGAIN!

The vertical extension of the trigger bar is forward of the firing pin safety. Until the trigger safety is disengaged, the trigger bar is prevented from moving rearward and the firing pin safety remains in the safe (firing pin blocked) position (Figure 3).

Glock Firing Pin Safety

The trigger safety has been depressed allowing the trigger to move rearward. As the trigger moved rearward the vertical extension of the trigger bar has pushed the firing pin safety into the up (fire) position (Figure 4).

Read the owner's manual provided with your GLOCK pistol before removing your GLOCK pistol from its container.

Your new GLOCK pistol should be properly cleaned and lubricated be fore firing. Refer to Page 7 9 (Preventive Maintenance).

Glock Vertical Extension Trigger

Figure 3

Firing Pin Safety in Safe Position

Vertical Extension of the Trigger Bar rigger Safety Engaged in Safe Position*;

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