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Old 01-22-2012, 05:11 PM   #1
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I own a glock 30 no problems at all but just in case if something were to go wrong how or where would I go to get it looked at or fixed?

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Old 01-22-2012, 05:20 PM   #2
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Glock cover their pistols for life. As long as it has not been mistreated they will repair it. Call Glock and talk to a tech he will be more than happy to assist you with your concerns or needs.

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I own a glock 30 no problems at all but just in case if something were to go wrong how or where would I go to get it looked at or fixed?
Check with you local gun shops to see if they may be a Glock certified armorer. Ask folks at your local range, gun club, etc. where they take their guns for repair.

Get on Glocks website and do a search for servicing dealers.
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I count myself lucky in that I have never had to have any of my Glocks worked on. One thing I do though, is I shoot a couple of GSSF matches each year, and there is always an armorer on sight to give your gun a tune up and they will replace anything needed, of course at no cost.

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Yesterday I dropped a new fulcrum trigger kit in changed the spring to a 2# pull I'm excited to see how it works but also wondering what kind of problems I m looking at putting a foreign trigger in the 30

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You'll have no trouble with the trigger.

But you could've duplicated the end result spending $50 on parts.

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You'll have no trouble with the trigger.

But you could've duplicated the end result spending $50 on parts.
I hear you im new at the customizing game trying to learn more every day
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Glocks are easier to work on than most handguns so there's a good chance you can do most repairs. Glocks also are very reliable so there's also a good chance you'll never have to.

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