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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-31-2000, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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OT-Glock Take Down Schematics

I went to a gun show today and got myself a .40 Glock 23C. It it has a compensator built on it. Does anyone have any take down schematics that they can scan and send to me. I don't have any books for it, and the guy I traded for it didn't have any schematics.

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Not really much to it. Make sure the chamber is empty. Pull the trigger. Push the slide to the rear about 1/8". The little slide looking buttons on each side of the slide just over the trigger guard are now loose and can be pulled straingt down. The slide and barrell will now slide off the front.

Remove the recoil spring and barell.

The little plastic piece on the back of the slide slides straight down, but you have to disconnect the firing pin assembly from the inside before the plastic piece will move. To do this look at the bottom tit of the firing pin itself. The part where the sear engages the firing pin and pushes it back. Just in front and in that groove you can see about 1/8" of round black plastic. With a small pin, screwdriver or punch push that plastic piece forward about 1/8". With that plastic in the forward position the cap on the back of the slide can now be removed. This exposes the firing pin assembly and extractor. It should rarely be necessary to remove any of this, however.

Just field stripping - removing slide assembly - is enough to get to everything to clean it. Everything in the receiver is held together with pins.

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Doug, you da man.



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Re: OT-Glock Take Down Schematics

Thanks Doug.
[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Now I can go out to the range and try it out.

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Re: OT-Glock Take Down Schematics

Glock is one of the finest handguns built - they are stone dependable - you can't break a Glock with a hammer - a Glock resides in my wifes purse and I sometimes take my G35 to shoot at the local USPSA matches. They also have a great saftey system that is very easy to understand - if your finger is not wrapped around the trigger - it don't work!

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