Ammunition Specifications For Glock Pistol

GIOCK pistols are designed to be fired with NATO specification ammunition. Therefore the following guidelines and specifications are provided so that proper ammunition will be selected for use in GLOCK pistols to assure proper functioning. Any deviation from these specifications may lead to improper functioning and possibly void the warranty on GLOCK pistols. (GLOCK pistols will function properly with the new generation of 9x19mm ammunition including all +p+ and 147 grain sub-sonic ammunition currently being introduced in the United States.)

Minimum (lower limit) specifications for ammunition to be used in Glock pistols:

BvBttt Weight

115 grains/7.5 grams

Velocity

1180 fps/350m/sec

Maximum (upper limit) pressures for 9 x 19mm ammunition to be used in Glock pistols should not exceed 43,500 pounds per square inch/3000 BAR

Handloaded/relt>aded or re-manufactured ammunition may be unsafe and voids factory warranty.

AMMUNmON PERFORMANCE DATA

(Complied by Glock, Inc.)

BULLET

BULLET

IARREI

KINETIC

CARTRIDGE

MANUFACTURER

WEIGHT

TYPE

LENGTH

VELOCITY

ENERGY

PENETRATION

EXPANSION

9MM|TBi)

Winchester

147gr/9.53grm

JHP

4J25«n/107.9mm

902 fps/275 m/sec

265.5 ftVTb./360J

1399 ¡0.355.3 mm

.457 in/1 1j6 mm

9MM

Winchester

115gr/7.45grm

ST1P

425 in/107.9 mm

1091 fps/333 m/'sec

303.9 ft7lb7412J

11.37 iiv/288.8 mm

542in/13.7mm

9MM

Federal

U7gr/9.53grm

HSHOK

4J5 in/107.9 mm

1062 fps/324 m/sec

3105ft/lb./421J

14.67 in/372.6 mm

.485 in/123 mm

9MM{* P +)

Winchester

115 gr/7.45 grm

JHP

4 in/101.6 mm

1305 fps/398 m/sec

437ft7lb./593l

eppro*. 8.0 in203 mm

.600 in/15^ mm

9MM |NAT0)

Winchester

124gr/8.04grm

FMJ

4 in/101.6 mm

1185 fps/361 m/sec

387Mb./525J

N/A

N/A

9MM

Remington

88 gr/5.70 grm

JHP

4 «/101.6 mm

1500 fps/457 m/sec

440ft.IL/597J

N/A

N/A

.40CAI

Winchester

180 gr/11.66 grm

JHP

4 in/101 A mm

990 fps/302 m/'sec

390 ft7tb7529J

12.20 in/309.8 mm

.650 in/16i5 mm

.40CAL

Federal

lSOgr/HASgrm

HSHOK

4 in/101.6 mm

985 fps/300 m/'sec

384fiylb7520J

14.00 in/355.6 mm

.690 in/175 mm

.40CAL

Winchester

155 y/10.04 grm

STlP

4 in/101.6 mm

1205 tps/367 m/'sec

500 fljlb/678J

1270 in/322.6 mm

.600 in/15.2 mm

.40CAL

federal

lB0gr/11.66gtm

JHP

4 in/101.6 mm

985 fps/300 m/sec

390 Mb7529J

N/A

N/A

1QMM fFBl)

Federal

100 gr/11.66 grm

JHP

5 in/127 mm

931 fps/284 nv/sec

346.4 ftyib-/470J

1724in/437.8mm

547 in/139 mm

10MM

Winchester

180 gr/11.66 grm

JHP

5 in/127 mm

955 fpi/291 m/sec

364iftyiby494j

16.61 in/421.8 mm

526 in/134 mm

10MM

Norma

170 gr/11.02 grm

JHP

5 in/127 mm

1358 fps/4U m/sec

696.1 WkMl

18.44 in/468.4 mm

562 in/143 mm

10MM

Homoday

155 gr/10.04 grm

JHP

N/A

1410 fps/430 m/sec

692 ftilb-/938J

N/A

N/A

10MM

Homodac

200 gr/12.96 grm

FMJ

N/A

1150 fps/351 m/sec

595 ftyibY807J

N/A

N/A

.45ACP

Remmgton

185 gr/11.99 grm

JHP

5 in/127 mm

903 fps/275 m/sec

334.9 fr/1b/454J

22.21 in/564.1 mm

540 in/137 mm

.45ACP

federal

185 gr/11.99 gnn

JHP

5 in/127 mm

953 fps/291 m/sec

373 ft-/fc7506J

1362 in/345.9 mm

¿23n/15imm

■45ACP

Winchester

185 gr/11.99 grm

ST)P

5 in/127 mm

951 fps/290m/iec

371iftilby504J

13.58 in/344.9mm

.619 in/157 mm

.45ACP

Federal

23!) gr/14.90 gtm

HSHOK

5 VI27 mm

802fps/244 m/$ec

328iftyibi445J

18L28 in/464.3 mm

.621 in/15.8 mm

.45ACP-P

Remington

185 gr/11.99 grm

JHP

N/A

1140fps/347 m/sec

534Mb7724J

N/A

N/A

NOTE: Performance levels may change when using different firearms. Source: Cartridge Manufacturers and FBI

NOTE: Performance levels may change when using different firearms. Source: Cartridge Manufacturers and FBI

V. FIELD STRIPPING

Glock Disassembly

2—Barrel

4—Recoil Spring tube

Figure 5

Figure 5

2—Barrel

4—Recoil Spring tube

PRIOR TO FIELD STRIPPING, MAKE SURE PISTOL IS UNLOADED

Magazine Removal

• POINT the pistol in a safe direction (a safe direction is where no one can possibly be injured in the event of an accidental discharge)—Finger OFF of trigger and OUT of the trigger guard.

• Remove the magazine. Note:

The GLOCK pistol is designed so that the magazine catch can not easily be pressed unintentionally when the pistol is held in a proper shooting grip. For this reason you will hove to rotate the hand a few degrees to be able to press the catch and release the magazine.

Safety Caution:

Prior to further disassembly; with your finger off of the trigger and outside of the trigger guard, point the pistol in a safe direction, lock the slide open by pushing up on the slide stop lever while pulling the slide to the rear with the non-shooting hand (Figure 7). Once the slide is locked to the rear; both visually and physically (with your little finger) inspect the chamber of the pistol to be sure that the chamber is empty (Figure 8). Also, check the magazine well to be sure that a cartridge has not become lodged between the ejector and the walls of the magazine well. Once you are sure that the pistol is unloaded continue with disassembly.

Once you have verified that the pistol is unloaded:

• Pull back slide to release slide • POINT the pistol in a Safe stop lever and close action. Direction then PULL the trigger. You will hear the firing pin spring forward.

Unloading Glock

Figure 6

Glock Pulled Back

Figure 7

Figure 8

Note:

The trigger must be in the rearmost position for slide removal.

Slide Removal

• HOLD the pistol in either hand so that four fingers grasp the top of the slide as shown (Figure 9). With these four fingers, pull and hold the slide back approximately 1/10 inch (2.5mm).

• Simultaneously, pull down and hold both sides of the slide lock using the thumb and index finger of your free hand (Figure 10).

Notes:

Glock Trigger Control Safety

Proper Grip for Slide Removal

Glock Slide Removal

Pull Down and Hold

• PUSH the slide forward until it is fully separated from the receiver (Figure 11).

Note:

With the slide and receiver separated, the operation of the trigger safety can be checked. See section VI, Function Testing the Trigger Safety prior to operating the trigger with slide removed.

Barrel Removal

Safety Caution:

The recoil spring is under tension. During removal use care to control the recoil spring and/or recoil spring tube.

Raptor Cut Glock Slde And Barrel

Figure 11

Mossberg 333 Assemble

* RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY (Modification introduced in 1991)

*Note: Do not disassemble.

• PUSH the recoil spring tube slightly forward while lifting it away from the barrel (Figure 12).

• REMOVE the recoil spring tube and recoil spring (Figure 13).

* RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY (Modification introduced in 1991)

*Note: Do not disassemble.

Notes:

Glock Trigger Control Safety

Figure 14

Glock Trigger Control Safety

Figure 14

Reassembly Note:

When installing the recoil spring tube and recoil spring, be sure that the back end of the recoil spring tube rests in the half moon cut in the bottom of the front barrel lug (Figure 14).

Grasp the barrel at the chamber. While raising the chambered end, move the barrel slightly forward (Figure 15). Then lift the barrel from the slide.

Notes:

Magazine Disassembly

For all standard floorplates, hold the magazine as shown. Press inward with the thumb and first finger as you push the magazine floorplate forward (Figure 16). As soon as the floorplate starts to move, reposition hand so thumb retains magazine spring. Remove the floor plate, the magazine spring and the follower.

(CAUTION: The magazine spring is under tension. Be sure to maintain downward pressure on magazine spring with your thumb while disassembling.

The pistol is now field stripped. Further disassembly is not required for normal cleaning and maintenance.

Maintenance GlockGlock Floor PlatesGlock Floor Plate Removal

To remove the floor plate with jj jjNotes:

the magazine reinforcement plate, insert punch into indentation in floor plate, push reinforcement plate inside magazine tube, then remove floor plate the same way as the standard floor plate. (Figure 18).

How Remove Glock Floor Plate

Figure 18

VI. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

Note:

Refer to page 13 for proper method of field stripping the pistol.

Cleaninq the Field Strippea Firearm

The GLOCK pistol requires periodic cleaning to insure proper function. Once field stripped, the barrel and chamber are easily cleaned from the chamber end. The inside of the slide and receiver should be wiped clean. Standard firearm solvents can be used on the pistol. This will insure proper functioning of a new GLOCK pistol.

The copper colored lubricant that is found on portions of the slide should not be removed as it will assure long-term lubrication of the slide.

As with any semiautomatic pistol, GLOCK pistols should not be cleaned by merely locking the slide to the rear and inserting the cleaning rod from the muzzle end. This can cause excessive amounts of solvents to build up in both the frame and

»Clean Breech Face and Extractor

»Clean Breech Face and Extractor

Figure 19

slide, and possibly contribute to malfunctions of the pistol. The pistol should be field-stripped every time it is cleaned.

The inside of both the chamber and barrel should be wiped completely dry once they have been thoroughly cleaned. The breech face and the area under the extractor claw should both be absolutely dry and free of any debris after cleaning.

The slide rail cuts should be cleaned thoroughly by using a clean patch on the end of a toothbrush-type cleaning tool.

With the clean patch wrapped over the brush portion of the toothbrush, thoroughly clean the slide rail cuts of all debris and solvents.

All other areas of the slide and frame should be checked for cleanliness. Most parts in the frame may be wiped with a clean, soft cloth that has been slightly dampened with a quality firearm cleaning solvent.

After the parts in the frame have been cleaned, they should be wiped dry with a clean, soft cloth. All solvent should be wiped from the parts so that they are clean and dry.

Homemade Glock Parts

Lubricating The Field Stripped Firearm

To properly lubricate your GLOCK pistol after it has been thoroughly cleaned and dried, use a clean patch that has been slightly dampened with quality gun oil. Wipe the barrel; the barrel hood; the inside of the slide where the barrel hood rubs against the slide; and the ring that the barrel slides through the slide. You can take one drop of oil on your finger and rub each slide rail, or put one drop of oil in each slide rail cut. Once the slide is moved on the receiver after reassembly, the oil drop will be distributed equally in the slide rails by moving the slide. Most important is the drop of oil (Figure 20) where connector & trigger bar meet.

This will assure proper lubrication of your GLOCK pistol without over-lubricating. GLOCK pistols are designed to operate properly with only small amounts of lubrication.

Do not over-lubricate your GLOCK pistol, as large quantities of oil or grease will collect unburnt powder and other residue, which could interfere with proper functioning of your GLOCK pistol.

Dry Firing

Do not pull back lug of firing pin and let snap forward when

Notes:_

slide is removed from frame, as damage to the firing pin and firing pin safety could result.

WARNING:

Do not put oil inside firing pin channel or magazine tube. Firing pin channel, magazine tube and breech face should be wiped dry before reassembly. Leaving solvent or lubricant in these areas could cause contamination of.primers and failure to fire.

Function Testing the Trigger Safety

Once the slide is removed from the receiver the trigger safety can be function-tested in the following manner. Push forward on the vertical extension of the trigger bar as shown (Figure 21). The trigger will move forward and the trigger safety should engage, holding the trigger in a semi-forward position even if you release pressure on the trigger bar. This verifies the proper engagement of the trigger safety.

(Do not pull trigger after slide is removed, as the trigger safety is resting against the rear of the frame and the triager safety may be damaged by doing so. Also, do not pull the trigger when the slide is locked to the rear on the pistol, as this could also damage the trigger safety.)

Then exert and maintain additional forward pressure on the vertical extension of the trigger bar until the trigger moves to its most forward position. While in this full forward position you can press the trigger. The trigger safety should disengage. Gradually release forward pressure on the trigger bar. As you do, the trigger should return to its rearward position.

This verifies the proper disengagement of the trigger safety.

Function Testing the Firing Pin Safety

Hold the slide in a muzzle down position and depress the firing pin safety. The tip of the firing pin should move forward and be visible protruding from the firing pin hole. The firing pin may need to be pushed forward when the pistol is new so that it will protrude from the

Proper Hand Gun PositionGlock Firing Pin Hole

firing pin hole.

A second method of checking the proper movement of the firing pin is to depress the firing pin safety and shake the slide. When the firing pin safety is depressed the firing pin should be heard moving freely. When the firing pin safety is not depressed the firing pin should be nearly silent.

Next, making sure that the firing pin safety is properly engaged, hold the slide as shown and push forward on the rear end of the firing pin with your thumb (Figure 22). The firing pin should not protrude from the firing pin hole. If it does, the firing pin and firing pin safety should be replaced.

VII. SLIDE DISASSEMBLY

Disassembly Firing Pin Astra 200

15—Slide Cover Mate

1-Slide

14—Spring Loaded Bearing

13—Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring

10— Firing Pin Safety Spring

Firing Pin Channel Liner

Only 3 tools are required for maintenance of the GLOCK pistol:

1. A Pin Punch 3/32" (2.5mm) 2. A Screwdriver Blade (3mm) 3. Long Nose Pliers Such as: Sears Craftsman Such as: Sears Craftsman Any common type

42882WF 41589WF

"The Firing Pin Channel Liner is located inside the Firing Pin Channel and may separate occasionally when cleaning.

Firing Pin Assembly Removal

Safety Caution:

The firing pin assembly and extractor depressor plunger are under tension. While removing the slide cover plate, place your thumb over the firing pin assembly and extractor depressor plunger to prevent these parts from ejecting while removing the slide cover plate.

• To aid in the removal of the slide cover plate, place the muzzle end of the slide on a smooth, flat surface such as a table. Keep the slide in an upright position while applying firm downward pressure on the slide. With your free hand use a pin punch to push the spacer sleeve forward (Figures 24 & 25).

• Simultaneously, slide the cover plate down, and off— remember to keep the ten-sioned firing pin assembly and extractor depressor plunger from springing out.

It is possible that the slide cover plate will require some additional downward force during disassembly of a new pistol. A thin-bladed screwdriver may be used to start removal.

• REMOVE the firing pin assembly (Figure 26).

• REMOVE the extractor depressor plunger assembly consisting of: the extractor depressor plunger, extractor depressor plunger spring and the spring loaded bearing (Figure 27).

Anschutz Bolt Lock PlungerGlock Pistol Screwdrivers

Figure 25

Press Down ^^^jflBfl (Forward Toward Muzzle)

Glock Rear Slide Plates

Figure 26

Glock Slide Cover

Figure 27

Extractor Removal

Glock Extractor Removal

Notes:

While DEPRESSING the firing pin safety remove the extractor (Figure 28-30). (The extractor may need to be pushed from the extractor groove by using a pin punch in the rear of the extractor groove and lifting the extractor from the groove.)

Notes:

Extractor Pin 40cal P226 Slide

• REMOVE the firing pin safety (Figure 31).

[If it does not drop out of the slide; the slide may be tapped on a non-metallic surface to free the firing pin safety.]

Be careful not to lose the firing pin safety spring while removing the firing pin safety.

Figure 31

Lift and Remove the Firing Pin Safety

Remove Glock Firing Pin

Figure 31

Lift and Remove the Firing Pin Safety

Remove Glock Firing PinGlock Pistol Explodes Causing Injury

8—Spring Cups

Firing Pin

Assembly-

Disassembly:

Note:

The slide may be used for disassembly & reassembly.

• Wipe the firing pin spring with a clean dry clotn to remove any excess lubrication or solvent. Then pull down on the firing pin spring with thumb & forefinger as far as possible to allow clearance for removal of the firing pin spring cups. (Be sure to keep a firm grasp on the firing pin spring so that it does not fly off the firing pin causing possible injury.)

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8—Spring Cups

• Simultaneously, remove the two spring cups, then gradually release tension on the firing pin spring and remove it (Figure 32).

• Remove the spacer sleeve.

• When reassembling sprina cups, make sure small end is inside the firing pin spring.

VIII. RECEIVER DISASSEMBLY

Notes:

Remington Pistol Model

Figure 34

< 18—Mogaxine Catch Spring

22—locking Block 20—Slide lock Spring

34—lock Blocking Pin

19—Magazine Catch

25—Trigger Spring

24—Connector

29—Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin

23—Trigger Mechanism Housing

Firing Mechanism Beretta Pistol

GLOCK 20,21,22,&23

On the GLOCK 20, 21, 22 & 23 first remove the locking block pin from left to right (Figure 35).

The locking block pin (Item #34) should be the first pin removed and the first pin reinserted. If you install the locking block pin after inserting the slide stop lever, you will bend and damage the slide stop lever spring.

Trigger Pin Removal

• Use a pin punch to push the trigger pin from left to right (Figure 36).

Note:

To facilitate trigger pin removal, the slide stop lever should be moved forward and rearward while applying pressure on the trigger pin. (Do not use any excessive force, i.e. hammering to remove the trigger pin.) This will unhook the slide stop lever spring from the groove in the trigger pin. Always remove the trigger pin from left to right.

• Remove the trigger pin.

Slide Stop Lever Removal

• With the trigger pin removed, simply withdraw the slide stop lever by pulling it back (Figure 37).

Note:

When re-installing the slide stop lever in the pistol be sure it locks into the groove in the trigger pin. To function check the slide stop lever, lift it from its rest position and release it.

If the slide stop lever is properly installed and has engaged the groove in the trigger pin, the slide stop lever will snap back down into the rest position after being lifted and released.

Glock Glock Side Side

Figure 36

Safety Block For Glock

Figure 37

Glock Rail Locking Block

Locking Block Removal

• Use a pin punch or a screwdriver to raise the locking block {Figure 38). Note:

Pry up from left side to prevent damage to trigger bar.

Notes:_

Then remove the locking block by hand (Figure 39).

Glock Ammo
Figure 40

Then remove the locking block by hand (Figure 39).

Trigger Mechanism

Housing Pin Removal

• Use a pin punch to push the trigger housing pin out of the frame (Figure 40).

• Remove the trigger housing pin.

Trigger Assembly Removal

• Using a pin punch, apply upward pressure under the ejector to raise the complete trigger assembly from the receiver as shown in Figure 41.

Glock Ejector

Figure 41

Glock Slide Assembly

Figure 42

Then raise the rear most portion of the trigger assembly above the receiver and withdraw the complete assembly (Figure 42).

Notes:

Trigger Assembly Take-down

26—Trigger with Trigger Bar

*25A—New York Trigger Spring

"25—Trigger Spring

Pistole Glock

Figure 43

—Trigger Safety

--Ejector

23—Trigger Mechanism Housing

Figure 43

26—Trigger with Trigger Bar

*25A—New York Trigger Spring

—Trigger Safety

--Ejector

23—Trigger Mechanism Housing

"25—Trigger Spring

*Either the standard trigger spring or the New York Trigger Spring can be used. Notes: _

Glock 17l Trigger Spring AssemblyGlock Slide Assembly

Trigger Assembly Take Down

• Hold the trigger assembly as shown (Figure 44).

PULL forward on the trigger with trigger bar while rotating the trigger bar counterclockwise (Figure 45}. The trigger with trigger bar can be lifted from the trigger mechanism housing.

REMOVE the connector as shown (Figure 46).

SEPARATE the trigger with trigger bar from the coiled trigger spring by working the hooked end of the trigger spring off the trigger bar.

SEPARATE the trigger mechanism housing from the trigger spring.

New York Trigger Spring

The New York Trigger Spring is produced in two weights. Either spring should be installed only with the 5 lb. (2.5 kg] connector, neither should be installed with the 8 lb. (3.5 kg) connector.

The standard New York Trigger Spring will increase the 5 lb.. (2.5 kg) connector to a 7Vi - 814 (3.4 -4.0 kg) trigger pull. The second or stronger version of the New York Trigger Spring (called New York Trigger "+") will increase the 5 lb. (2.5 kg) connector pull to 9 toll lbs. (4.1 -5.0 kg).

Before installing a New York Trigger Spring in older Model Glock 17 and 19 pistols, be sure that the connector fits tightly in the trigger mechanism housing. If the connector does not fit tightly in the trigger mechanism housing then replace the connector and trigger mechanism housing with new parts that ensure a tight fit of the connector in the trigger mechanism housing. The 8 lb.

Apply downward pressure with punch to snqp into place.

"Snaps" into Place

N.Y. Trigger Spring

Figure 47

"Snaps" into Place

N.Y. Trigger Spring

Glock Parts

Trigger Bar

Trigger Mechanism Housing

Trigger Bar

Trigger Mechanism Housing

(3.5 kg) connector should never be installed with the New York Trigger Spring.

It is important that the connector be properly lubricated for proper functioning of the trigger. If not properly lubricated, the connector and/or trigger may be damaged and produce a hard trigger pull, and should be replaced.

Glock will still offer the original 5 and 8 lb. (2.5 and 3.5 kg) trigger pulls with the standard coil trigger spring for those customers desiring a standard 5 or 8 lb. (2.5 or 3.5 kg) trigger pull.

Notes:

Glock Specs
Notes:

Slide Lock Removal

• While PRESSING the slide lock spring down as far as possible as shown (Figure 48), remove the slide lock (Figure 49). To facilitate removal of the slide lock, hold the frame of the pistol on its side while depressing the slide lock spring.

Iec Lock Disassembly

Slide Lock Spring

Removal

• REMOVE the slide lock spring by raising it from the frame with a pair of needle nose pliers or pin punch of 1/16" diameter or less as shown for full size pistols only. The slide lock spring for compact models tap out easily (Figure 50).

Notes:-

Glock Full Slide For Sale

• REMOVE the magazine catch from the right side of the receiver (Figure 52).

Magazine Catch Removal

• Use a screwdriver to push the magazine catch spring out of the magazine catch groove as follows:

Be sure to press the right side of the magazine catch with a finger to prevent the magazine catch from moving when starting to push the magazine catch spring out of the groove.

Start with the screwdriver to the left of the magazine catch spring (Figure 51). Push the spring to the right and then pry it out of the groove located on the bottom of the magazine catch.

• REMOVE the magazine catch from the right side of the receiver (Figure 52).

Magazine Catch Spring Removal

• Using a pair of needle nose pliers, PULL the magazine catch spring straight up and remove it.

Notes:

Glock Magazine Catch Spring

Figure 51

IX. REASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

As with most firearms, reassembly is carried out in the reverse order. Several specific suggestions are provided below to facilitate reassembly.

The slide lock spring has a long and a short end. The short end is installed vertically into the frame (Figure 53).

Figure 54

Glock Safety Lever
Figure 53

When assembling the firing pin assembly use the slide to hold the firing pin and other components (Figure 54).

To facilitate trigger pin installation, the slide stop lever should be moved slightly forward and back while applying pressure on the

Notes:_

trigger pin. Always insert the trigger pin from right to left.

Note:

When re-installing extractor depressor plunger make sure you have steel to steel and polymer to polymer.

Glock Slide Cover

Figure 55

When replacing the slide cover plate use the back end of the punch to depress the firing pin assembly as the plate is pushed inwards (Figure 55).

Glock Slide Back Plates

When replacing the slide cover plate use the back end of the punch to depress the firing pin assembly as the plate is pushed inwards (Figure 55).

Then use the tip of the pin punch to depress the spring loaded bearing, compressing the extractor depressor plunger spring while pushing the cover plate into its fully locked position (Figure 56).

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