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Old 07-12-2010, 22:06   #4
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I thought that is what you were trying to describe. You are looking at the indentation in the primer left by the firing pin. You are concerned about metal being "dragged" to one side of the mark (when compared to the opposite side). Your question was: Is this common. The answer is yes. Butch is absolutely correct: The Glock firing pin tip is in the shape of a spade. This is a common mark made by this type striker. There is nothing to fix.....
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