Originally Posted by niteglock
Just to put it out there. I would notify the person of the play in the slide and when it's racked and locked back that u can move the guide rod up/down left/right.
When the slide is locked back, there will be looseness in some parts. If there were not movement in the guide rod, the pistol would not function.
You could get someone to "tighten it up", but then you could have reliability problems.
If the firearm is safe to shoot with commercial ammo, and the safeties working as designed, and no one has mucked up anything with home gunsmithing, then let the buyer decide.
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