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 (Fig. 15). 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. CAUTION Do not pull the trigger after the slide is removed, as the trigger safety is...

Perfection

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Replacement Of Parts In Glock Pistols

Each time a GLOCK pistol is detail stripped or internal parts are replaced, GLOCK, Inc. recommends that the pistol be function tested and test-fired before the pistol is returned to service or issued for use. GLOCK, Inc. strives to make sure that all parts shipped meet GLOCK specifications. The final inspection of the part should be made by the GLOCK Armorer prior to installation. Apply downward pressure with punch to snap into place Apply downward pressure with punch to snap into place 1....

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All GLOCK pistols are the product of advanced technology, incorporating numerous innovative design features which result in ease of operation, extreme reliability, simple function, minimal maintenance, durability and light weight. GLOCK was the first company to successfully produce a polymer handgun receiver and marry it to a strong steel slide and barrel. In addition to new materials and manufacturing methods, the GLOCK pistol incorporates the Safe Action system, a system which works similar...

New York Trigger Spring

Glock Trigger Mechanism

The NY Trigger Spring is an alternative to standard coil trigger spring for revolver-like trigger characteristics. The New York Trigger Spring is produced in two colors with 2 differently colored springs for two different trigger pulls. Either spring should be installed only with the 5 lb. connector, neither should be installed with the 8 lb. connector. The standard New York Trigger Spring olive silver will increase the 5 lb. connector to an approximate 8 lb. trigger pull. The second and...

Reassembly Procedures

As with most firearms, reassembly is generally carried out in the reverse order of disassembly. Several specific suggestions are provided below to facilitate reassembly. The slide lock spring has one end which is straight and the other end has a hump on it. The straight end is installed vertically into the receiver, with the hump going toward the rear. The slide lock spring has a long and a short end. The short end is installed vertically into the receiver Fig. 53 . When installing the slide...

Lubricating The Field Stripped Firearm

Glock Lubrication Points

NOTE The copper colored substance on the interior of the pistol is a high-temperature, factoiy-applied lubricant for new guns. The copper colored lubricant should remain, as it will assure long-term lubrication of the slide. To properly lubricate your GLOCK pistol after it has been thoroughly cleaned and dried, the following lubrication procedures should be followed Using a quality gun oil, lubricate the barrel, the barrel hood, the barrel lug, and the inside of the slide where the barrel hood...

Technical Bulletin

THE NEW NEW YORK TRIGGER SPRINGS will have a coil spring that replaces the leaf spring type. The New York 1 trigger spring, part SP 07405, is olive in color and will be used in place of the standard New York trigger spring, part SP 03661 which has been discontinued. The New York 2 trigger spring, part SP 07412 is orange in color and is used in place of the New York Plus trigger spring, part SP 05418 which has been discontinued. NOTE This operation should only be performed by a certified GLOCK...

Removal Of Firing Pin Assembly And Extractor Depressor Plunger Assembly

Glock Strip Disassembly

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 towards the muzzle Figs. 18 amp 19 . Simultaneously, slide the cover plate down and off. SAFETY WARNING The firing pin assembly and extractor depressor plunger are under compression. While removing the slide cover plate,...

Further Disassembly Of The Firing Pin Assembly And The Extractor Depressor Plunger Assembly

NOTE The slide is used for disassembly and reassembly as shown in Fig. 26 . Wipe the firing pin spring with a clean dry cloth to remove any lubrication or solvent, including inadvertent lubrication. Pull down on the firing pin spring with thumb and forefinger as far as possible to allow clearance for removal of the firing pin spring cups. WARNING Be sure to keep a firm grasp on the firing pin spring so that it does not fly off the firing pin musing possible injury or loss of spring cups....

Glock Armorer Business Cards

GLOCK Certified Armorers have long been known for their professionalism and expertise. The purpose of certification of GLOCK Armorers is to facilitate the professional handling of required maintenance of GLOCK pistols. More specifically, it is our intention that only GLOCK certified Armorers work on GLOCK pistols. It is the belief of GLOCK, Inc. that this policy best ensures the safety of GLOCK customers and the integrity of GLOCK pistols. 1. GLOCK, Inc. encourages you to use the GLOCK logo and...