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Glock Repair Parts

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by H1500308, May 26, 2008.

  1. H1500308

    H1500308 Well-Known Member

    If you wanted to keep spare parts on hand for the 17, 19, and 26 Glocks, would you get?

    I was hoping that someplace may offer a "repair parts" kit. But it looks like I'll have to get the parts separately.
    Last edited: May 26, 2008
  2. 45ACPUSER

    45ACPUSER Well-Known Member

    Go look at Glockmeister.com
  3. JohnKSa

    JohnKSa Well-Known Member

  4. jgo296

    jgo296 member

    i think that is a ridiculous notion
    a glock will never break
  5. Hoppy590

    Hoppy590 Well-Known Member

    they are magical, at least the internet says so.
  6. DWARREN123

    DWARREN123 Well-Known Member

    Maybe call GLOCk and see what they think you should have on hand. Ask them about a kit while you are at it.
  7. Baneblade

    Baneblade Well-Known Member

    I am a Glock armorer for my agency and oversee the maintenance and repair of about 150 Glocks. Around 100 of them are "well used" and we have regular breakages of several parts. The most important thing you can do is replace the recoil spring assembly every 2000 rounds. These are the parts I keep stocked for regular repairs (in order based on frequency of replacement)

    Recoil spring assembly
    Trigger Pin
    Locking Block pin
    Slide stop lever and spring
    Trigger spring
    Firing pin safety and spring

    Other than the occasional freak incident those are the only parts I replace with any regularity.
  8. CountGlockula

    CountGlockula Well-Known Member

    I called Glock regarding some wear on the front side of my recoil spring assembly. They sent me one, and I have yet to replace it on my G35...and it's already been 3 years since.
  9. Bix

    Bix Well-Known Member

    My kit includes:

    recoil assembly
    trigger spring
    locking block/trigger pins
    slide lock assembly

    After seeing a chipped extractor send a G17 down in a class, I threw an extractor in there, as well.

    The good news is that Glock parts are cheap. :)

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