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Old October 15, 2012, 09:05 AM   #14
MonsterB
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When you disassemble any Glock, the recoil spring lifts a bit from the notch on the barrel. It doesntmean it was that way when it was assembled. You have to make sure its seated proprly when reassembling, otherwise you risk some damage. I have heard of this problem before, and I believe it is almost always atributed to not seating the recoil spring properly before putting the slide back on. I have always been carefull with my four Glocks, and after 30k rounds I haven't had a scratch yet with any of them.
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