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Old 07-02-2011, 07:50 PM   #1
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Hey whats up people, i found another reason why i love my glock. I never knew how to strip the frame or the slide, but was curious. I watched a couple of youtube vids.. and decided to give it a try. It was actually easier than i expected. I bought a 3/32 inch punch from the hardware store and got busy. Although my g23 is still fresh..only 200 rds, i wanted to be able to break down the whole gun if needed to. Now i know how, i feel a lot better. I dont know if any other guns are that simple to disassemble. Feel free to share other guns that are similar



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Old 07-02-2011, 08:12 PM   #2
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Congrats, Stan, you're well on your way to becoming a Glock armorer. It doesn't take much more except more experience. You are right, of all the guns I own the Glock is the simpliest to work on. I'm very happy with my G23 (and G22).



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Heh. I won a bet with a (non shooting) buddy who had seen Scent of a Woman. I told him that I could disassemble my firearm and re-assemble it blindfolded. I used a Glock 23 and did it in about 50 sseconds to disassemble and re-assemble.

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Wow thats amazing

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Heh. I won a bet with a (non shooting) buddy who had seen Scent of a Woman. I told him that I could disassemble my firearm and re-assemble it blindfolded. I used a Glock 23 and did it in about 50 sseconds to disassemble and re-assemble.
Why did you use a blindfold if you're already blind
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Heh.. It's BlindOldMan because "Old Man That Cannot Hit the Side of a Barn From the Inside" was too long a name.

To the original post, re-assembling a Glock from field strip can be done in less that 15 seconds. I've seen it done
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CZ82 and makarov are very easy. Just pull the front of the trigger guard down. pull the slide back, and lift it up.

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I dont know if any other guns are that simple to disassemble. Feel free to share other guns that are similar
Dont really need anything other than a screw driver for removing grips to detail strip 1911s and sig 22x series pistols.
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I dont know if any other guns are that simple to disassemble. Feel free to share other guns that are similar
Yeah, My Sigma is and it has a better grip.
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That's cool that you can strip it all the way down but you should get some info about those parts from someone who knows. I took the armorer's course so I could not only assemble/disassemble, but also so I could see when parts needed to be replaced. It also helps for installing your own hop up parts.



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