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hoosier#17 02-27-2007 17:15

Glock Gunsmith
 
Anybody know where I can sights, ext. slide re and trigger etc. etc. installed in southeastern IN???

epsylum 02-27-2007 17:35

The ext. slide release and trigger you can do yourself, all you need are the parts. It really isn't very hard.

The sights need a sight pusher though.

Patrick Graham 02-27-2007 18:39

He'll need to order the "Glock Dis-assembly Tool" also.. :)

Glocks are easy...

KYgundoc 02-27-2007 22:10

If You are around Louisville. Me.

epsylum 02-27-2007 23:52

Quote:

Originally posted by Patrick Graham
He'll need to order the "Glock Dis-assembly Tool" also.. :)

Glocks are easy...

AKA a 3/32 allen wrench. ;)

IronHorseman 02-28-2007 05:55

The last time I was at Bradis they had a Glock armorer on staff.

Rebel_James 02-28-2007 06:11

If you can change a door knob in your house, you can work on your Glock.

You can 'make' a Glock Armorers Tool by cutting off an ice pick 1 1/2 inch from the handle.




Check out these two Glock sites:

http://www.alpharubicon.com/mrpoyz/glock/


http://www.halfzware.com/wordpress/w...anual_2002.pdf


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...mpedG27004.jpg

Geeorge 02-28-2007 06:40

All Elmore's employee's are glock armorer's so if they are open there is one there;)

mpholic 02-28-2007 07:47

I have to agree with most of the psters. Glocks are extremely easy to work on.

I have done extensive work to my Glock 24C and I am not a Glock Armor. This is no slight on Glock Armors but the Glock Armor class is a one day class that just about anyone can pass.

True gunsmithing is a different animal altogether. It takes years to develop a lot of the skill they posses.

sjstill 02-28-2007 20:49

If you're ever around Eagle Creek on a weekend, I have my sight pusher there with me.

Glocks are very easy to work on. A few quirks, but it ain't brain surgery. Even I'm a Certified Glock Armorer :shocked:

Patrick Graham 02-28-2007 22:03

And, while we are on the subjects of modifying Glocks..

Here's my Glock 27 that I have taken all the internal 40cal male plumbing out of and implanted female 9mm Glock 26 plumbing in so my wife can carry it and shoot it.

I can switch it back to a he man 40cal Glock 27 in 15 minutes.. maybe less..

Adjustable sights are a good thing to have when you go from 40cal to 9mm...

It's been 100% in 9mm format.

http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m...lock_26_27.jpg

Now I can use my Glock 17 mags in it....

http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m...848m/G27_1.jpg


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