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Old June 6, 1999, 01:58 PM   #8
ArizonaMorgan
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If you are going to use an aftermarket buffering system, do NOT use the recoil spring that comes with it, use either a factory or a wollf. No need to have a gunsmith do anything to a Glock (excepting grip reductions, forward slide serrations, etc.) That is one of the best things about Glock, there are no fitted parts. Anyone with the slightest bit of mechanical skills can change them. BTW if I were you, I would not set it up for .45 super. Only asking for trouble IMO. The whole idea of the .45 super is trouble. BTW no one has as yet succesfully converted a Glock to .45 super, not even the smiths.
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