Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Homerboy, Sep 11, 2021.
Glock and S&w M&P. Also a Remington 870 if you know. I’ve taken them all apart just never assembled without firing pin.
That is correct. Nothing for the sear to hook up on. You'd just be working all the lower parts, trigger, transfer bar, etc.
You should be able to rack the slide too, but I wouldn't want to manipulate it very much. If the cover plate does come off, the extractor plunger & spring are going to be launched in impressive fashion, likely followed by the extractor coming out of the gun and the firing pin safety and spring coming out of their proper positions.
The trigger would be dead without the striker to catch and tension it when the slide is racked.
There shouldn't be any problem with the gun locking up or being hard to disassemble. In fact, having the striker out of the gun would simplify disassembly a bit since there would be no need to release the striker before pulling down on the disassembly tabs.
If I wanted to disable a gun and make it look like it was still functional, I'd probably get a dummy barrel like this one and paint it black.
If you're wanting to eliminate racking between trigger presses? Place a large rubber band between the slide and barrel lug.
I suppose a new striker assembly would arrive just in time to find the old one. Stuff happens.
Because the school would be more comfortable if the gun was inoperable. Same reason why they allow M1 drill rifles for the JROTC. Impossible to fire.
Doesn’t matter. Day came and went.
Interesting. Thanks for clarifying.
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