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Old 04-18-2010, 12:36 PM   #21
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Holy crap for 50! No thats really good, next stop Wally world. Thanks man!
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Holy crap for 50! No thats really good, next stop Wally world. Thanks man!
Were you able to find some??


I know one of my local walmarts doesnt stock them but the other local one does. Not sure why???
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I didn't go today, too much to do. Next time I go shooting though I will definatly try there first. There is one very close to my house, so works out.
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Old 04-19-2010, 03:36 AM   #24
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Hi. Can anyone tell me if this is normal, or if they have seen it on other Glocks? I just bought a new Gen 4 Glock 17 and needless to say, I'm having some buyer's remorse. I traded in my Glock 17 RTF for this one and immediately started noticing problems. The dual recoil spring keeps getting caught and impeding the slide from moving forward when being reassembled. After this happened a few times, I took the gun apart to inspect it more closely and found that the frame is chipped on both sides just to the rear of where the dust cover starts. There are two chips on both sides just below the front guide rails. I included some pics of this below. At first I thought this was normal because the chips on both sides look almost identical. There are two of them on each side in almost the exact same spot. I also included a shot of the area where the recoil spring keeps caught upon reassembly. Also, I'm always making sure to seat the guide rod properly in the barrel "half-moon" area before I reassemble it.

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That does not appear to be normal. Since you just bought it, I would recommend taking it back to where you bought it and showing them the spots. I would ask for a new gun.
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