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best book for it is the PTOOMA "The Complete Glock Reference" 3rd edition. it about 30 bucks, but well worth it.
I was luck enough to get mine signed by ole Gunny himself R. Lee.
 

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well according to some experts, just shoot some lead reloads. :lol!:

Once you do it, it is real easy. hardest thing for me to remember is to move slide stop lever around a little to get pin out. I always forget that.
 

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lead reloads in Glocks only result in "partial disassembly"...and then only sometimes....Look Ma! only 4 fingers now....

Glad you have read the KB thread..I trust you read what captain's personal experience was....
 

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Yep I'm with 'neck on this one! Anyone need some lead reloads? I might still have a few from my first KB episode? $.10/round. I'll pay shipping! Besides G.O.D. don't like my reloads anyway!" They tumble" he says. You would have to hit the target to know this, So they must be pretty close if you were actually hittin' with em!
 

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not complaining sig, just was told by watchers. thought they might run me off for knocking big holes in target. pasters would hardly cover holes.
 

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Think we jacked the thread a bit here...back on real disassembly

I'm always scared to do it...I'm one of these folks who always has parts left over when He puts together the swing set or BarBQue

I'd be scared to death to take apart the guts of my Glocks

Ya'll wanna demo the process at the M&G?
 

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I've took apart all mine and could show you if needed, get that book I've mentioned and it helps alot if your learning. Its Easy.
 

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Wha? Wait a sec, I bought these Glocks because then never NEED to be cleaned, let alone broken down past a field strip! Why would I wanna do that?
 

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Wha? Wait a sec, I bought these Glocks because then never NEED to be cleaned, let alone broken down past a field strip! Why would I wanna do that?
Whaaat? My Glock 21 stops chambering rounds pretty often when the chamber gets dirty, so to shoot some more, I gotta clean it!

A field strip is sufficient.
 

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You break it all the way down to customize it or repair parts. ALso you need to do more than a field strip sometimes to clean the striker. I can shoot hundreds if not thousands of round between cleanings in my 19.
 

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my main reason is to inspect and clean. + I like to know how stuff is put together and how it works. in the case something breaks out in the field, I just can't wait until I get home to inspect with aid of book, internet, or gunsmith. customization sure helps also.
 

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sounds like you just volunteered yourself. :blol:

I learned from being in NAVY (never again volunteer yourself)

I am not a teacher, but a learner. 'neck wants somebody to demonstrate the procedure though.
 

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we will have a white sheet available to catch any of them itty bitty parts that may fall out...I take it that one needs the Glock disaasembly tool to do a detail strip?

It will be fun to learn how to do this....an extra Hamburger for you! :youdaman:
 

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Well I will prob take longer than 2 mins. But I have never bought a tool in 10 years I use a punch and a small flathead screwdriver which if you look at a glock tool that is what it is just in one piece.
 
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