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GLOCK Semiautomatic

115AFE ACTION" Pistols

GLOCK 17,19,20,

21,22,23 & 171

January 1992





®

OCK

PERFECTION

GLOCK 17Best Pistol Award of Merit

American Firearms Industry 1987

GLOCK 17 NATO Stock

No. 1005125/133/6775

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. l oducrion s

Exploded Drawings and Ports List 6

11. Safety 8

Safety Devices-Trigger Safety, Firing Pin Sof&ty,

Safety Function of thtJ Trigg&r Mttchonism Housing 8

111. Technical Dota-Specifications 10

IV. Ammunition Specificcrtions

for Glock Pistols 12

V. Field Stripping 13

Magazine R"movol 14

Slide Removal 15

Sorrel Removal 16

Magazine Disassembl y I 8

VI. Preventative Maintenance 19

Cleaning the Field Stripp"d Firearm 19

Lubrication, 20

Function Teving the Trigger Safety 21

Function Teving the Firing Pin Safety 21

VII. Slide Disassembly 22

Firing Pin Assembly Removal 23

Exrroctor Removal 24

Firing Pin Assembl y Disoss.,m bly 26

VIII. Receiver Disassembly 27

Trigger Pin Removal 28

Slide Stop Lever Removal 28

Locking Slodt Removal 29

Trigger Mechanism Ho.ning Pin Removal 29

Trigger Assembly Removal 30

Trigger Ats"mbly Toke·down 31

New York Trigger Spring 33

Slide Lock Removal 34

Slide lock Spring Removal 34

Magazine Catch Removal 35

Magazine Catch Spring Removal 35

IX. Reauembly Procedures 36

X. front and Rear Sight

Removal & lnstallcrtion —-—-—-—-—-38

Front Sight Removal 38

Front Sight Installation 38

Rear Sight Removal 38

Rear Sight Installation 38

Sight lnstollotion Device 39

Service Procedures and Trouble Shooting 42

Glock Ports and Accessories'Glock 17 44

Glock Pons and Accessories:Glock Ill 45

Glodt Porn ond Accessories:Glock 19 46

Glodt Ports and Accessories: Glodt 20 47

Gloci< Ports and Accessories:Glock 21 48

Glock Ports and Accessories: Glock 22 49

Glock Ports and Accessories:Gieck 23 50




GLOCK "SAFE ACTION" PISTOLS


GLOCK17 GLOCK19


GLOCK20 GLOCK21

GLOCK22 GLOCK23

GLOCK 17L

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THIS ARMORER'S MANUAL IS TO BE SUPPLEMENTED BY TECHNICAL

Information and Specifications contained within this manual may change without notification.

This manual provides basic service and bock­ up information for certified GLOCK armorers, and is not intended for use by other people.

Certification con only be granted by GLOCK

after attending a GLOCK armorer's school.

GLOCK cannot be held responsible for any misinterpretation of the i nstructions in this manual that con lead to improper functioning of the pistol.

For additional information ond service guide­ lines contact GLOCK for your nearest certified field repnesentative.

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I. INTRODUCTION

All GLOCK pistols ore a pro· duct of modern technology, incorporating many innovative design features which result in ease of operation , extreme reli­ ability, simple function, reduced maintenance, durabi lity and light weight. Mr. GLOCK was the first person to successfully produce o polymer handgun receiver ond marry it to a strong, oil steel slide and bar­ rel. In addition to new materials and manufacturing methods,

the GLOCK pistol has on action which combines the best char· acteristics of the traditional double and single action pis· toIs, creoti ng what hos become known as the "Safe Action'' system.

Sofe, simple operation, reliabi l ­ ity ond accuracy were primary design criteria. To achieve safety with simplicity, three independent safeties sequen· tiolly disengage as the pistol's trigger is pulled to its rear-most position. These safeties auto­ matically reset themselves once the shooter removes his finger from the trigger. GLOCK pis­ tols combine the safety ond sim­ plicity of revolver-like opera­ tion with a constant double action trigger pull, high maga­ zine capacity, rapid recovery and the reduced recoil of a modern, semi-automatic pistol.

GLOCK currently hos available for distribution to police agen­ cies: The GLOCK 17 (9mm), the GLOCK 19 (9mm compact), the

Th is manual provides mointe· nonce and technical informa­ tion for certified GLOCK armorers. It contains numerous pictures, eoch one showing exactly how o specific proce­ dure is to be carried out. This makes maintenance extremely simple and straightforward. A unique feature of the G LOCK pist<?l is that oil ports generally ore Interchangeable within the some model-no hond fitting filing or polishing is required 'or advised.

Prior to the service and mointe-

Figure 1

nonce section of this manual is

a section devoted to SAFETY os

it relates to the G LOCK pistol

(Reod Safety Rules on page 8).

Reod and be fomilior with this

information prior to performing

any maintenance on the pistol.

Wear safety glasses while

performing maintenance.

The terms: right & left, front (muzzle) & rear, top & bottom, up & down and forward & backward, as used in this man­ ual refer to the pistol when being held in shooting position as seen by the shooter.

GLOCK 22 (.40 cali ber), the GLOCK 23 (.40 cal iber compact), the GLOCK 20 (1Omm), and the GLOCK 21 (.45 ACP caliber).

Notes:






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Exploded Drawing and Parts List for Glock 17 HArostoclc. No. roos/2SI1331677s

1

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2

12

1 ..//– 13

r-…..ill,l.

b ., 14

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8

7

15'

6

25

. 24

\ 30

23

1,9 33

'I I I

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32

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f1qun• 2

L_

..ro,lOmm,.45ACP Col. .9mm, ..ro, .45 ACP:

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1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

-4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

6 Spacer sleeve

7 Firing pin spring

8 Spring cups

9 Firing pin safety

_! b lo dc p in -_j 32A Magazine insert 2SB New Yorlc

14 Spring-looded beoring 25-A New Yorlc Trigger SPf'ing

15 Slide cover plate 25-B New York Trigger Spring Plus

16 Reor sight 26 Trigger with trigger bor

16o Front sight 27 Slide stop lever

17 Receiver 28 Trigger pin

18 Mogozine catch spring 29 Triggermechonismhousingpin

19 Magazine catch 30 Follower

20 Slide lode spring 31 Magazine spring

21 Slide lode 32 Magazine floor plate

10 Firing pin safety spring

11 Extractor

12 Extractor der plunger

13 Extractor depressor plunger

spring

22 Lacking block 32-A Magazine insert

23 T iggr mechanism housing 33 Magazine tube w•th e1ector 34 Lad<ing black pin

24 Connector Note: Refer to ports order list

25 Trigger spring pages 4450.

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Parts That Do Not Interchange with Glock 17 Parts

GLOCK 17L

1 Slide

2 Barrel

19 Magazine Catch

GLOCK19

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

17 Receiver

20 Slide lock spring

22 Locking block

26 Trigger with trigger bar

27 Slide stop lever

31 Magazine spring

33 Magazine tube

GLOCKlO

1 Slide

2 Sorrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

11 Extractor

12 Extractor depressor plunger

17 Receiver

19 Magazine catch

20 Slide lock spring

21 Slide lock

22 Locking block

23 T ggr mechanism housing w1th e1ector

26 Trigger with trigger bor

27 Slide stop lever

30 Follower

32 Magazine floor plate

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

GLOCKll

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

9 Firing pin safety

11 Extractor

12 Extractor depressor plunger

17 Receiver

19 Magazine catch

20 Slide lock spring

21 Slide lock

22 Locking block

23 T iggr mechanism housing w1th e1ector

26 Trigger with trigger bor

27 Slide stop lever

30 Follower

32 Magazine floor plate

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

GLOCKll

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

17 Receiver

22 locking block

23 T ggr mechanism housing w1th e1ector

Do not put tris.r mechanism hOusing with eiector from a GLOCK 17 or GLOCK 19 into the GLOCK 22. Eiector may hit primer causing

round to fire.

27 Slide stop lever

30 Follower

33 Magazine tube

34 Locking block pin

GLOCKl3

1 Slide

2 Barrel

3 Recoil spring

4 Recoil spring tube

5 Firing pin

17 Receiver

20 Slide lock spring

22 Locking block

23 Trigger mechanism housing

with ejector .

Do not put trigger mechanism housing with

ejector from a GLOCK 17 or GLOCK 19 into the GLOCK 23. E;ector may hit primer causing

round to fire.

26 Trigger with trigger bor

· 27 Slide stop lever

30 Follower

31 Magazine spring

33 Mogozine tube

34 Locking block pin

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II. SAFETY

Basic Firearm

Safety Rules

#l Always keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction.
#2 Handle all firearms as if they were loaded.

#3 The trig er finger stays out of the trrgger guard until the firearm is on tor-

get and the decision to fire has been mode.

#4 Make sure the firearm is

in good working order and

the barrel dear of

obstructions.
#5 Always check your target backstop and the '
surrounding area before firing.

#6 Quality ear and eye pro­ tection should always be worn when shooting or observing.

#7 When storing a firearm

the firearm should b'e

unloaded,secured in o safe storage case and out of the reach of children and untrained adults.
#8 Only use ommun ition re­ commended by the firearm manufacturer and always
check ca l iber and condi­ tion of ammunition before loading the firearm.
#9 Firearm transportation is
regu)oted by Federal,
State and local lows.
Always transport your fire­
arm in o safe, unloaded
condition and in accor­
dance with applicable
lows.
#l 0 Certain medications, alco­

hol and firearms do not

m ix. Never allow anyone
to use firearms when under
the influence of drugs or
alcohol.
#ll The safe and rational use
of o firearm relies on com­
mon sense and proper
training of the user. Follow
safety rules and think
before using a firearm.
#12 Thoroughly read and
understand the users man ­
ual that is supplied with
your firearm. Never use

any firearm unless you

completely understand its
operation and safety
features.

Safety Devices

The weapon has no conven­ tional, externallylocated safety lever. Therefore make sure that the triggeis touched only
when you mtend to fire or when verified empty, in order to per­ form maintenance.

1. Tr:i ger Safety

It 1s mcorporoted into the

trigger (26) in the form of a

lever, and in the untouched

state blocks the trigger from
being moved backwards.
To fire the pistol , both the trigger safety ond the trig­ ger must be depressed at the same time.

If therigger safety is not depressed, then the trigger will nat move to the rear

and the pistol will not fire. This is designed to prevent the trigger from going to the rear when dropped.

2. Firing Pin Safety:

A spring-loaded pin (9) pro­
jects into the firing pin cut­
out, and blocks it. This
safety is only released while
the trigger is pulled.

3. Safety Function of the Trigger Mechanism Housing (Drop Safety): The trigger bar is pushed onto the safety ramp by the firing pin.

THE SAFETY DEVICES 1, 2 and

3 above ore designed to pre­

vent the weapon from uninten­

tional discharge, if dropped from up to 6.5 ft., exceeding NATO standards.

Spedal Wamingz

In case the trigger safety

proves to be ineffective for

any reason, DANGER of on

unintentional discharge

exists. THE WEAPON IS THEN TO BE IMMEDIATELY

UNLOADED AND RESTRICTED FROM FURTHER USE. MAKE SURE THAT

YOUR WEAPON IS PROPERLY REPAIRED AND CHECKED BY GLOCK OR AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL BEFORE USING IT AGAIN!

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The vertical extension of the trigger bar is forward of the firmg pin sofery.Unt il the

trigger safery is disengaged, the trigger bar is prevented from moving rearward and the firing pin safety remains in the safe (firing pin blocked) position

(Figure 3).



The trigger safety has been depressed allowing the trigger to move rearward. As the trigger moved rearward the vertical extension of the trigger bar hos pushed the Firing pin safety into the up (lire) position (Figure 4

Read the owner's manual provided with your GLOCK pistol before removing your GLOCK pistol from corrtainer.

Your new GLOCK pistol should In! properly cleaned and lubricated before firing. Refer to Page l 9 ( Preventive Maintenance).

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TECHNICAL DATA TIONS

GLOCK 17 GLOCK 19 GLOCK 17L

Mellie u.s. M11dc u.s. u.s.

Type of Action

Sofe Action

(Double Action Only) (

SofeAction

Double Action Only

Safe Action

) (Double Action Onlvl

Calibre 9 x 19 mm !Parol 9 x 19 mm !Para) 9 x 19 mm (Parol

Overall Lenath (Slide)

185mm

7.28 in.

17-4mm

6.85 in.

225mm

8.85 in.

Heiaht witn Siahts

136mm

5.35 in.

124mm

4.88 in.

136mm

5.35 in.

Width

30mm

1.18in.

30mm

1.18 in.

30mm

1.18in.

length Between Sights

165mm

6.-49 in.

152mm

5.98 in.

205mm

8.07 in.

Sorrel

114mm

-4.-49 in.

102mm

4.02 in.

153mm

6.02 in.

Barrel Rifling

hexagonal profile with

riaht hand twist

hexagonal profile with riaht hand twist

hexagonal profile with riaht hand twist

lenath of Twist

250mm 9.84 in.

250mm 9.84 in.

250mm 9.84 in.

Maao:zine copocity

17/19 17/19

15/17 15/17

17/19 17119

Moss{Weight)

Empty without magazine 620g 21.91 oz. 595g 20.99 oz. 666g 23.35 oz.

n7 ROOJndsl (IS R…ndsl n7 ndsl

-Empty magazine 56g 2.08 oz. 54g 1.98oz. 56g 2.08 oz.

sao(17 nd•J (15Rounds) (17 Rounds)

Full moaazine26 -9.50 oz. -2-40o' -8.55oz. -260a -9.50oz.

Muzzle Velocity'

360 mlsec

-1180 fps

-360m/sec

-1180 fps

-360 mlsec

-ll80f!»

Muzzle Eneray•

-500J

-369 Ft. l.bs.

-500 J

-369 Ft.lbs.

-SOOJ

-369 Ft.lbs.

Trigger Pull

2.5kg

-5-Sibs.

-2.5ka

-5-Sibs.

-2.5ko

-3.51bs.

Trigger Slack

10mm

0.-4 in.

10mm

0.-4 in.

10mm

0.4 in.

Trigger TroveI

For Discharae

12.5mm

0..5 in.

12.5mm

0.5in.

12.5mm

0.5 in.

Number of Safeties

3

3

3

3

3

3

'Varies depending on type of ammunition.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Notes:








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GLOCK20

Metric u.s.

GLOCK21

Mehle u.s.

GLOCK22

Metric u.s.

GLOCK23

Metric u.s.

Safe Action

(Double Action Only)

Sole Action

!Double Action Onlvl

Safe Action

(Double Action Only]

Safe Action

!Double Action Only)

lOmm

.45ACP

.AOS&W

.40S&W

193mm 7.59 in.

193mm 7.59 in.

18Smm 7.28 in.

174mm 6.85 in.

139mm 5.47 in.

139mm 5.47 in.

136mm 5.35 in.

124mm 4.88 in.

32.5mm 1.27 in.

32.5mm 1.27 in.

30mm 1.1Bin.

30mm .l.JBin.

172mm 6.77 in.

172mm 6.77 in.

16Smm 6.49 in.

152mm 5.98 in.

117mm 4.60 in.

117mm 4.60 in.

114mm 4.49 in.

102mm 4.02 in.

hexagonal profile with right hand twist

oc:togonol profile with right hond twist

hexagonal profile with

ric# hand twist

hexagonal profile with ric# hand twist

400mm 15.75 in.

400mm 15.75 in.

400mm 15.75 in.

400mm 15.75 in.

15 15

13 13

15 15

13 13

-370m/sec -1230 -250m/sec 8201Ds -300m/sec – 984 fps 300m/sec -9841Ds

-750J -575Ft.lbs. 460 J -302 Ft. Lbs. -520J -386 Ft. Lbs. -520 J -386 Ft. Lbs.

-2.5kg -S-81bs. 2.5kR -S-8 lbs. -2.5ka -s.a lbs. -2.5ko -s.a lbs.

10mm 0.4 in. lOmm 0.4 in. 10mm 0.4 in. lOmm 0.4 in.

12.Smm 0.5 in.

0.5 in 12.5mm 0.5in. 12.5mm 0.5 in.

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

· varies depending on type of ammunition.

Specifications subject to mange without notice.

Notes: — – — – – – —————–








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IV. TIONSFOR GLOCK PISTOL

GLOCK pistols ore designed to be fired with NATO specification ammunition. Therefore the fol­

Minimum (lower limit) specifications for ammunition to be used in Glock pistols:

lowing guidelines and specifica­ tions are provided so that proper ammunition will be selected for

use in GLOCK pistols to assure

·····••ight

115 groins/7.5 groms

Ve..dtr

1180 fps/350mlsec

proper functioning. Any devia­ tion from these specifications may lead to improper function­ ing and possibly void the war­ ranty on GLOCK pistols. (GLOCK pistols will function

properly with the new generation of 9xl9mm ammunition including all +p+ and 147 groin sub-sonic ammunition currently being in­ troduced in the United States.)

Maximum (upper'"::::/. pressures lor 9 x l9mm ammunition to be used in Glodc pi sshould not fll(ceed 43,500 pounds per squore inch/3000 IAlt

HandiOfldedlreloGtled or re-manufactured ammunition

mayhunsafe andvoids factory warranty.

AMMUNIIION PERFORMANCE DATA

(Compiled by Glock, Inc.)

CAITRJDGE

MANUfACTUIII

IUUIT

WDGHT

IUUIT

1'YP£

uua

WIGlM

VELOCITY

KINrnc

ENERGY

PINmAnOH

EXPANSION

9MM lfi!IJ

9MM

9MM

9MMi•p +)

9MM[NATO)

9MM

Wincheslat Woncheslw Federal

w

Wncl>eslor

Reming <>n

IQ gr/9.53gnn

11S gri7.4S gnn

147!10'/9.53grm

l1S !1"17.4S gnn

12•gr/8.04 grm

88 gr/S.70 gnn

JHP snP HSHOK Jtw

FMJ

.tiP

4.2S ;.{107,9""'

4.25 ;.{107,9 ….

4.2S in/107.9""'

4 in/101.6 mm

;.{101.6 mm

4;.{101.6""'

902 Smls.<:

1091 fp./333 misec:

1062 lps/3'24 misec:

1305lps/.l99 mi,.c

11&51ps/j61 mi>« ISOO!ps/457 mltec

165.5 ftJlb.IJ&)J

30l9ftJlb)412J

310.SftJibJ421J

437 ftJibJS9lJ

31!1 ftJibJ52SJ

411) ft. lbJS'/7)

1199 io./35S.3 mm

11.37 W288.8""'

14.67 in/.l72.6""' CII'P'O"- 8.0 iv'203 mm N/A

NIA

.457 in/11.6 mm

.542;.{13.7mm

.485inl12.3mm

.600 ;,ni2mm

NIA NIA

.40CAl.

.40CAl.

.40CAL

.40CAl

Woncheslat Federal Winc:t.est. federal

180gr/11.66 grm

180!10'111.66 gnn

ISS gr/10.04 gnn

1BO gr/11.66 gnn

JHP HSHOK STf

JHP

4 in/101.6 mm

4 in/101.6….

4 in/101.6….

4 in1101.6tm

990 lps/302 misec:

985lps/300 mi,.c

1205 ips/367 milOC

985 lpsi300 mite<

390 ft.il>/.5291

384 ftJib/.110J SOil ftJib/678.1

390 ftJib/529J

12.10 in/309.8 mm l4Jl0 inf.l5S.6mm

1270 in/322.6 mm

N/A

.650 in/16.5 mm

.690 in/17.S mm

.600 in/1i2 mm

N/A

l lfBI) IOMM

Feclrn>l w Norma

Hornoda) Hornoduy

1gr/11.66 gnn gr/11.66 gnn

170 gr!11.02 gnn

155 gr/10.04gm

200gr/1296 grm

JHP JHP JHP JHP fMJ

S;.t127 mm Sin/127 mm Sin/127 mm N/A

N/A

9311ps/284 mioec

9SS lps/291 mioec

1358lps/414 mloec

I 410 Ips/430 mloec

1150 ips/lSI mloec

316.ftJ!bJQOJ

364.5 ft./lbJ49•J

696.1ftJlb1944J

692ftJib1938J

.195 ftJibJ807J

171in/W.Bmm

16.61 in/421.8 mm

18.<14 in/468.4 mm

NIA NIA

.547 in11l9mm

.5'26 in/114 mm

.562 in/10mm

NIA N/A

ASACP

.45ACP

.4SACP

.4SACP

.4SACP•P

IC.mir>gton federal Windwstel F.derol Reming <>n

185gr/11.99 grm

IBS gr/11.99 grm

1&5 grf11.99grrn

230 gt/14.90 gnn lBS gr/11,99 gnn

JliP JHP Slll'

HSHOK

Jtw

Sin/127,.. Sin/127,..

5in1127mm

S';,!127 mm

NIA

903 Smlte<

95llps/291 mioec

9511ps/290 mit« B021ps/2.U mite<

1140lpslj.l7 mite<

334.9ftJlbJ454J

37:l ft./1b/506J

371.SftJibJS04J

3285 ftJibJ44SJ

534ftJlbm4.1

22.21in/564.1 ""'

1162 in/3459…,

13.58 in!J.u.9mm

18.28 in/464.3mm

N/A

.540 inlll7 mm

.623in/15.8 mm

.619 inl1i7

.621 ini15J mm

NIA

NOTE: Performance leve:lt moy change w+.en using different fireonns.

Source: Cartridge Manufacture"ond FBI


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V. FIELD STRIPPING

/ 3-Recoil Spring

1-Silde

17Re<.eiver

FigureS

13

PRIOR TO FIELD STRIPPING, MAKE SURE PISTOL IS UNLOADED

Magazine Removal

POINT the pistol in o safe direction (o sofe direction is where no one con possibly be injured in the event of on occidental dischorge)-Finger OFF of trigger and OUT of the trigger guord.

PRESS in on the magazine catch (Figure 6).

Remove the magazine.

Note:

The GLOCK pistol is designed so that the magazine catch con not easily be pressed unintentionally when the pistol is held in o

proper shooting grip. For this reason you will hove to rotate the hand a few degrees to be able to press the catch and release the magazine.

Safety Caution:

Prior to further disassembly; with

your finger off of the trigger and outside of the trigger guard, point the pistol in a safe direction,lock the slide open by

pushing up on the slide stop lever while pulling the slide to the rear with the non-shooting hand (Figure 7).Once the slide is locked to the rear, both visually and physically (with your little finger) inspect the chamber of

the pistol to be sure that the chamber is empty (Figure 8). Also,check the magazine well to be sure that o cartridge has not become lodged between the

eiector and the walls of the magazine well.Once you are sure that the pistol is unloaded continue with disassembly.

Once you have verified that the pirtol is unloaded:

Pull bock slide to release sl ide stop lever ond close action.

Figure 6

POINT the pistol in a Safe Direction then PULL the trigger. You will heor the firing pin spring forward.

14

Figure 7


Note:

The trigger must be in the

reormost position for slide

removal.

Slide Removal

HOLD the pistol in either hand so thot four fingers grasp the top of the slide os

shown (Figure 9). With these

four fingers, pull ond hold

the slide bock opproximotely

1 /10 inch (2.Smm).

Simultaneously, pull down ond hold both sides of the slide lock using the thumb and mdex finger of your free hond (Figure 10).

\

figure 9

Figure 10

"'otes: ——–—-——–——–———-——–——–——













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PUSH the slide forward until it is fu l ly separated from the receiver {Figure 11).

Note:

With the slide and receiver sep·

orated, the operation of the

trigger safety can be checked.

See section VI, Function Testing

the Trigger Safety prior to

operating the trigger with slide

removed.

Barrel Removal


Figure 11

Safety Caution:

The recoil spring is under tension. During removal use core to control the recoil spring and/or recoil spring tube.

PUSH the recoi l spring tube slightly forward whi l e l ifting it away from the barrel (Figure 12).

REMOVE the recoil spring tube ond recoil spring (Figu re 13).

Fi gure 12

*R:COIL SPRI NG ASSEMSLY

(Mocf<fication iniT'Oduced in 1991)

*Note: Do not disassemble.

otes: ————–—————-——–—————-






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Reassembly Note: When installing the recoil spring tube and recoil spring,

be sure that the back end of the

recoil spring tube rests in the

half moon cut in the bottom of

the front barre/lug ( Figure /4).

Grasp the barrel ot the chamber. While raising the chambered end, move the barrel slightly forward (Figure 15). Then l ift the barrel from the sl i de.


Notes:

Figure 14












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Magazine Disassembly For oil standard floorplotes, hold the magazine as shown. Press

inward with the thumb ond first

finger os you push the magazine

Aoorplote forward (Figure 16).

As soon os the floorplote starts to

move, reposition hand so thumb retains magazine spring. Remove

the floor plate, the magazine spring and the follower.

(CAUTION: The magazine spring is under tension. Be sure to maintain downward pressure on magazine spring with your

thumb while disassembling.

The pistol is now field stripped. Further disas­ sembly is not required for nonnal deaning and main· tenanee.

0

· t ….

At-t f"

If- \ \ \

,r.

\.

I'\

I'

),

II.

\vti

figure 17

To remove the floor plate with the magazine reinforcement plate, insert punch into indenta­



tion in floor plate, push reinforce­ ment plate inside magazin e tube, then remove floor plate the some way as the standard floor pl a te. (Figure 18).




figure 18



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Notes: —-

VI. PREVENTATIVE

NANCE

Note:

Refer to page 13 for proper

method of Field stripping the

pistol.

Cleaning the Field

Stripped Firearm

The GLOCK pistol requires periodic cleaning to insure proper function. Once field

stripped, the barrel and chamber are easily cleaned from the chamber end. The inside of the slide and receiver should be wiped clean. Standard firearm solvents can be used on the

pistol. This will insure proper functioning of a new GLOCK

pistol.

The copper colored lubricant that is found on portions of the slide should not be removed as it will assure longterm lubrication of the slide.

As with any semiautomatic pistol, GLOCK pistols should not be cleaned by merely locking the slide to the rear and insert·

ing the cleaning rod from the muzzl e end. This can cause excessive amounts of solvents to build up in both the frame and

Figure 19

slide, and possibly contribute to malfunctions of the pistol. The pistol should be field-stripped every time it is cleaned.

The inside of both the chamber and barrel should be wiped completely dry once they hove been thoroughly cleaned. The breech face and the area under the extractor claw should both

be obsol utely dry and free of any debris after cleaning.

The slide roi l cuts should be cleaned thoroughly by using a clean patch on the end of a toothbrush-type cleaning tool.

With the clean patch wrapped

over the brush portion of the toothbrush, thoroughly clean the slide roil cuts of all debris and solvents.

All other areas of the slide and Frome should be checked for cleanliness. Most ports in the frame may be wiped with a dean, soft cloth that has been slightly dampened with a quality firearm cleaning solvent.

After the ports in the frame have been cleaned, they should be wiped dry with a clean, soft cloth. All solvent should be

wiped from the ports so that they

ore clean and dry.

Notes: ————————–———-————————–












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Lubricating The Field

Stripped Firearm

To properly lubricate your GLOCK pistol after it has been thoroughly cleaned and dried, use a dean patch that has been slightly dampened with quality gun oil. Wipe the barrel; the barrel hood; the inside of the slide where the barrel hood

rubs against the slide; and the ring that the barrel slides through the slide. You can take one drop of oil on your finger and rub each slide rail, or put one drop of oil in each slide rail cut. Once the slide is moved on the receiver after reassembly, the oil drop will be distributed equally in the slide rails by moving the slide. Most import­ ant is the drop of oi I (figure 20) where connector & trigger bar meet.

This will assure proper lubrica· tion of your GLOCK pistol with­ out overlubricating.GlOCK pistols are designed to operate properly with on ly small amounts of lubrication.

Do not over-lubricate your GLOCK pistol, as large quanti­ ties of oil or grease will collect unburnt powder and other resdue, which could interfere with proper functioning of your

G LOCK pistol.

Dry Firing

Do not pull back lug of firing pin and let snap forward when

A:'llndic:otes where lubricating

"-f oil is to be applied.

Figure 20

slide is removed from frame, as damage to the firi ng pin and firing pin safety could result.

WARNING:

Do not put oil inside firing pin

channel or magazine tube.

Firing pin channel, magazine

I

tube and breech face should be wiped dry before reassembly. Leaving solvent or lubricant in these areas could cause con­ tamination of.primers and fai­ lure to fire.

Notes: ————————————–—-——








Function Testing the

Trigger Safety

Once the slide i s removed from the receiver the trigger safety con be function-tested in the following manner. Push forward on the vertical extension of the trigger bar as shown (Figure

21).The trigger will move for­ word and the trigger safety should engage, holding the trigger in a semi-forward postion even if you release pres­ sure on the trigger bar. This verifies the proper engagement of the trigger safety.

(Do not pull trigger after slide is removed, as the trigger safety is resting against the rear of the frame and the trigger safety

may be damaged by doing so. Also, do not pull the trigger when the slide is locked to the rear on the pistol, os this could also damage the trigger safety.)

Then exert and maintain addi­ tional forward pressure on the vertical extension of the trigger bar until the trigger moves to its most forward position. While in this full forward position you

con press the trigger. The trig­

ger safety should disengage. Gradually release forward pressure on the trigger bar. As you do, the trigger shoul d return to its rearward position.

This verifies the proper disen­

gagement of the trigger safety.

Function Testing the

Figure 22 firing pin hole.

Push Forward

N ext, making sure that the fir­

Firing Pin Safety

Hold the sl ide in o muzzle down position and depress the firing pin safety. The tip of the firing pin should move forward ond be visible protruding from the firing pin hole.The firing

pin may need to be pushed for­ word when the pistol is new so that it will protrude from the

A second method of checking the proper movement of the fir­ ing pin is to depress the firing pin safety and shake the slide. When the firing pin safety is depressed the firing pin should be heard moving freely. When the firing pin safety is not depressed the firing pin should be nearly silent.

ing pin safety is properly engaged, hold the slide os shown and push forward on the rear end of the firing pin with your thumb \Figure 22). The fir­ ing pin shou d not protrude

from the firing pin hole. If it does, the firing pin and firing pin safety should be replaced.


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VII. SLIDE DISASSEMBLY

1S- Srode Cov"r Plcrte

I

1 Slid"

14-Spring Loaded Bearing-a.

/ 12-Ext..actor Depressor Plunger

13-lxhaaor Depressor Plunger Spring

9-f1ring Pin Safety—-_,

1G-f1ring Pin Safety Spring —!

11-Ext..actor

6-Spacer Sleeve $-Firing Pin

"Firing Pin Channel Liner

8Spring Cups

figure 23

Only 3 ools are required for maimenance of the GLOCK pi.stol:

1. A Pin Punch 3132w (2.5mm)

2. A Screwdriver Ji• Blade

(3mm)

3. Long Nose Pliers

Such a.s:Sears Craftsman

Such as:Sears Craftsman

Any common type

42882VVF

41589VVF

"The Firing Pin Channel Liner is located inside the Firing Pin Channel and may separate occasionally when cleaning.

otes: ———-———————-—-——–————–—-








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Firing Pin A.ssembl( Remova

Safety Caution:

The firing pin assembly and extractor depressor plunger ore under tension.While removing the slide cover plate, place your thumb over the firtng pin assembly ond extractor depressor plunger to prevent these ports from e;ecting while removing the slide cover plate.

To aid in the removal of the slide cover plate, place the muzzle end of the slide on a smooth, flat surface such as a table. Keep the slide in on upright position while apply­ ing firm downward pressure on the slide. With your free hond use o pin punch to push the spacer sleeve Forward (Figures 24 & 25).


Simul taneously, slide the cover plate down, and off­ remember to keep the ten­ sioned Firing pin assembly and ex1roctor depressor plunger from springing out.

It is possible that the slide cover plate will require some addi· tional downward Force during disassembly of o new pistol. A thin-bladed screwdriver may be used to start removal.

REMOVE the Firing pin assembly (Figure 26).

REMOVE the extractor depressor plunger assembly consisting of: the extractor depressor plunger, extractor depressor plunger spring and the sprinloaded bearing (Figure 27).

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Extractor Removal

Pin

Notes: ——–

Whi l e DEPRESSING the firing pin safety remove the extractor ( Figure 2830). (The extractor may need to be pushed from the extractor groove by usin g o pi n pu nch in the rear of the extractor

groove and l ifting the extrac­

tor from the groove.}















24


REMOVE the firing pin safety

(Fig]Jre 31).

(If it does not drop out of the

slide; the slide moy be topped on o non-metall c surface to free the firing pin safety.]

Be careful not to lose the firing pin safety spring while remov­

ing the firing pin safety.

Figure 31

Lift and Remove the Firing Pin S

Notes: ——————————————–——–——-



















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Firing Pin

Assembly­

Disassembly:

Note:

The slide may be used for

disassembly & reassembly.

Wipe the firing pin spring with a clean dry cloth to remove any excess lubrica­ tion or solvent. Then pull down on the firing pin spring with thumb & forefinger as

for as possible to allow clear· once for removal of the firing pin spring cups. (Be sure to keep a firm grasp on the fir· ing pin spring so that it does not fly off the firing pin caus­ ing possible injury.)

Figure 33

6-S pocer Sleeve

Simultaneously, remove the two spring cups, then gradu­ ally release tension an the fir­ ing pin spring and remove it (Figure 32).

Remove the spacer sleeve.

When reassembling spring cups, make sure small end is inside the firing pin spring.


7 Firing Pin Spring

$-Firing Pin






8 Spring Cups Y





26

Notes: – –– –


VIII. RECEIVER DISASSEMBLY

fide S1op Lever

18Magcmne Cotch Spring

_.,../' 22lodcing Blodc

20-Siide Loc.k Spring

\

/ 34-lock Blocking Pin

=====

19Magarlne Gatch

26-Trigger with Trigger Bor .

25Trigger Spring .:.—–——:

24Connector

21Siide Lock

28-Trigger Pin

I

I

23 Trigger Mechonism Housi

9-Tri.gger Mechanism Housing Pin

Figure 34

Notes:





27


GLOCK 20,21,22,&23

On the GLOCK 20. 21,22 & 23 first remove the locking block pin from left to right (Figure 35).

The locking block pin (Item #34) should be the first pin removed ond the first pin reinserted. If you instoll the locking block pin after inserting the slide stop lever, you will bend ond domoge the slide stop lever spring.

Trigger Pin Removal

Use o pin punch to push the trigger pin f rom l eft to right (Figure 36).

Note:

To facilitate trigger pin removal, the slide stop lever should be moved forward and rearward while applying pressure on the trigger pin.(Do not use any excessive force, i.e.hammering to remove the trigger pin.) This will

unhook the slide stop lever spring from the groove in the trigger

pin. Always remove the trigger

pin from left to right.

Remove the trigger pin.

Slide Stop Lever

Removal

With the trigger pin removed, simply withdraw

the slide stop lever by puIIing it bock (Figure 37).

Note:

When re-installing the slide stop

lever in the pistol be sure it locks

into the groove in the trigger pin.

To function check the slide stop

lever, lift it from its rest position

and release it.

If the slide stop lever is prop­

erly installed and has engaged

the groove in the trigger pin, the

slide stop lever will snap bock down into the rest position after being lifted and released.

'-

Figure 36



28

Locking Block

Removal

Use o pin punch or a screw­ driver to raise the locking block (Figure 38).

Note:

Pry up from left side to prevent damage to trigger bar.

otes: —————-





Trigger Mechanism

Housing Pin Removal

Use o pin punch to push the trigger housing pin out of the frame (Figure 40).

Remove the trigger housing p.n.



Then remove the locking block by hand (Figure 39).

Figure 40

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Trigger Assembly

Removal

Using a pin punch, apply upward pressure under the ejector to raise the complete trigger assembly from the receiver as shown in Figure 41.

Figure 41


Notes:

Then raise the rear most portion of the trigger assembly above the receiver ond withdraw the complete assembly (Figure 42}.










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Trigger Assembly Takedown

26-Trigger wit!> Trigger Bar·"'

"2SA-New York Trigger Sering

"25–TriggerSering

-Trigger Safety

\

'ree·ctor

I

l24-Conne<tor

23-Trigger Mechanism Housing

Figure 43

Either the standard trigger spring ar the New Yorlc Trigger Spring can be used.

Notes: —————————————————–—-











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Trigger Assembly

Take Down

Hold the trigger assembly os shown (Figure 44).

PULL forward on the rrigger with trigger bar while rotating the trigger bor counterdockwise (Figure 45). The trigger with trig­ ger bor con be lifted from the trigger mechen ism housing.

REMOVE the connector as shown {Figure 46).

SEPARATE the trigger with

trigger bar from the coiled

trigger spring by working the

hooked end of the trigger

spring off the trigger bor.

SEPARATE the trigger mechan­ ism. housing from the trigger spnng.

Figure 46

32

New York Trigger

Spring

The New York Trigger Spring is produced in two weights. Either spring should be installed only with the 5 lb. (2.5 kg) connector, neither shouid be installed with the Bib. (3.5 kg) connet10r.

The standard New York Trigger Spring will increase the 5 lb.. (2.5 kg) connector to a 7!11 8!11 (3.4 –

4.0 kg) trigger pulL The second

or stronger version of the New

York Trigger Spring (called New

York Trigger"'+") will increase

the 5 lb. (2.5 kg) connector pull to

9 to 11 lbs. (4.1 5.0 kg).

Before installing a New York Trigger Spring in older Model Glock 17 and 19 pistols, be sure

Apply downward pressure with punch to snap into place.

Trigger Bar

"Snaps" Into Place

N.Y. Trigger Spring

Trigger Mechanism Housing

Figure 47

thot the connector fits tightly in the trigger mechanism housing. If the connector does not fit tightly in the trigger mechanism housing then replace the connector and trigger mechanism housing with new ports that ensure a tight fit

of the connector in the trigger mechanism housing. The 8 lb.

{3.5 kg) connector should

never be instaled with the

New York Trigger Spring.

It is important that the connector be properly lubricated for

proper functioning of the trigger. If not properly lubricated, the connector and/or trigger may be damaged and produce a hard

trigger pull, and should be

replaced.

Glock will still offer the original 5 and 8 lb. (2.5 and 3.5 kg) trigger pulls with the standard coil trig­ ger spring for those customers desiring a standard 5 or 8 lb. (2.5 or 3.5 kg) trigger pull.

Notes: —————————-——————–














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Slide Lock Removal

While PRESSING the slide lock spring down as far as possible as shown (Figure 48), remove the slide lock (Figure 49). To facilitate remova l of the slide lock, hold the frame of the pis­ tol on its side while depressing the slide lock spring.

Figure 48

Figure 49

Notes: —-

Figure SO

Slide Lock Spring

Removal

REMOVE the slide lock spring by raising it from the frame with a pair of needle nose pliers or pin punch of 1/16" diameter or less as shown far full size pistols only. The slide

lock spring For compact models tap out easily (Figure 50).

Notes:









Magazine Catch

Removal

Use a screwdriver to push the magazine catch spring out of the magazine catch groove

as follows:

Be sure to press the right side of the magazine catch with

a finger to prevent the

magazine catch from moving

when starting to push the magazine catch spri ng out of the groove.

Start with the screwdriver to th e left of the magazine catch spring (Figure 51). Push the spring to the right and then pry it out of the groove located on the bottom of the magazine catch.

Figure 52


REMOVE the magazine catch from the right side of the receiver (Figure 52).

Ma9a.z:ine Catch

Spreng Removal

Using a pair of needle nose pliers, PULL the magazine catch spring straight up and remove it.

Notes:









35


IX. REASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

As with most firearms, reassem­ bly is carried out in the reverse order. Several specific sugges­ tions ore provided below to facilitate reassembly.

The slide lock spring hos a long and a short end. The short end is insta lled vertically into the frame (Figure 53).

Fi g ure 53

When assembling the firing pin assembly use the slide to hold the firing pin and other components

{Figure 54).

To facilitate trigger pin installa­ tion, the slide stop lever should be moved slightly forward and bock while applying pressure on the

trigger pin. Always insert the trig­

ger pin from right to left.

Note:

When re-installing extractor

depressor plunger make sure you have steel to steel and polymer to polymer.

Notes: —— —– ——


















When replacing the slide cover plate use the bock end of the punch to depress the firing pin assembly as the plate is push ed inwards (Figure 55).

Then use the lip of the pin punch to depress the spring loaded bearing, compressing the extractor depressor plu nger

spring while pushing the cover plate into its fully lacked posi ­ tion (Figure 56).

Notes: ——————————————————






















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Front Sight Removal

To remove the front sight from the slide, position the front of the slide in upside down position over the edge of a table or workbench. While firmly holding the slide on the workbench, tap the front sight from the slide with o pin punch ond small ham· mer (or, the slide may be held in o vice to perform this procedure. If a vice is used,

be sure that protective jaw covers are used so os not to damage the slide).

Front Sistht

Installation

• INSERT o new front sight into \

the front sight slot and press

it flush with the top surface of

the sl ide.

t

I

.

.

'. '!

G;: ")

. ·- ,_

·b

!v _)

• The new front sight should be placed on o smooth wood or plastic surface after it has been inserted into the slide to be sure it is not pushed out of the slide when inserting the fixing pin.

• INSERT o fixing pin in the slot in the bose of the front sight, by hand or with the aid of long nose pliers.

·

\

0::_,"'\.'-'\.'\.'\.'\.'\.'

Figure 57

With a pin punch and a small Notes:

hammer top the fixing pin ——————–

into the base of the front

sight (Figure 57).

Rear Sight Removal

Drift or press the rear sight out of its dovetail slot.


Rear Sight

Installation


Follow instructions fumished with the GLOCK rear sight instollo­ tion/odjustment tool.


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SIGHT INSTALLATION DEVICE

HOW to OP£RATE the GLOCK INSTALLATION and

ADJUSTMENT DMCE for REAR SIGHTS

For use with:GLOCK 17, GLOCK 17L, GLOCK 19, GLOCK 22 and GLOCK 23.

CAUTION: Beforeinstalling or adjusting rear sights, BE SURE that your pistol is UNLOADED, with the MAGAZJNE REMOVED.Strictly obey the following INSTALLATION SAFElY PRECAUTIONS:

Remove magazine while pointing pistol in safe direction (with finger off the trigger). Lock1he

slide to the rear by pushing up on the slide stop lever while pushing the slide to the rear.

Once the slide is locked to therear,then both visually ond toctilelv inspect the chamber toverify that the chamber is empty.You moy now proceed wi1h normal field stripping. Refer to your GLOCK owners manual for field stripping instructions if you ore not familiar wi1h the proper me1hod to field strip a GLOCK pistol.

Once1he slide is removed from the frame,then remove the recoil spring,recoil spring tube and

the barrel before attaching the slide to the slide roil plate assembly {G).

GLOCK INSTALLATION and ADJUSTMENT DEVICE for REAR SIGHTS:

-Allows removal of rear sight

(all original GLOCK types ore available with Tritium night sights)

•mounting of new rear sight

(all original GLOCK types ore available wi1h Tritium night sights)

adjustment {loteroO

– GLOCK 17, 17L,19, 22, and 23 si!it installation device

The sight installation device for the GLOCK 20 and GLOCK 21 is larger but still operates in1he some manner.

NOTE: If you wish to shift the point of impact on your target to the left,you hove to move the rear sight to1he left and vice versofor the right (left and right in muzzledirection).

Point of impact

left of center right of center low

high


su·ghl t mork"mg

Direction in which to

move rear sight

right lelt

insert higher rear sight

insert lower rear sight

He1.ght (mm/"'") Remork

= 7.3 I 0.29" highest impact

= 6.9 I 0.27" high impact

6.5 I 0.256" standard factory issue

= 6.1 I 0.24" lower impact

6.1 to 7.3 dick adjustable sight

39


—-®


OCK

NOTE: For proper operation of the Glocksight installation device,a drop of quality lubricotingoil should be applied between the end play nuts (E). A drop of quality lubricating oil should be applied to the drive screw (D) and the drivescrew run bock and forth allowing theoil to penetrate the internal threads of the sight ca1r ier (B).

F-DRIVE SCREW HANDLE ASSEMBLY

SIGHT

eARliER

C-DOWNWARD PRISSUUSCREW

E-IIND PLAY

NUT

L£n

SIDE

RAIL

RIGHT SIDE

H-THUMBNUT SCREW ASSEMBLY WITH LOCK RING

G-SUDERAIL

PLATE ASSEMBLY

Proper Glock slide placement in sight installation device

—— — '


®

OCK

To Adiust Rear Sight For Windage

After loosening the slide roil plate assembly (G) with the thumb nut (H), then center sight carrier so that marks on body (A) and Sight Carrier (B) align, pldce slide in slide rail plate assembly (G) by aligning the slide roil cuts with the slide rail plate assembly. Push the slide to the rear until the comming cut in the slide contacts the pin protruding from the right side of the slide roil plate assembly (G), tighten thumb nut (H).Turning handle (F) clockwise will move rear sight to the right and vice verso. ·

To Replace Polymer Rear Sight

Tum handle (F) counter clockwise to move carrier to left center of window. Insert slide roil cuts in slide rail plate (G), tighten thumb nut (H)i,nsert new Glock sight in carrier making sure to seat new sight bock against guide roil (1). Turn downward pressure screw (C) to beorfinmly against top of newsight making sure white outline is facing in right direction.Turn handle (F) clockwise removing old sight,and installing new one simultaneously.

Rear Night Sight Installation

Some procedure as with polymer rear sight, except no downward pressure is required. Be sure the luminous viols face to the rear.

Front Night Sight

Position front sight in slot,apply lock-tight, tighten screwsnug.Do not over tighten or. screw will snap or break.

Note

When replacing broken night sight with new one you must center sight carrier (B), install slide in slide roil plate (G), tighten thumb nut (H), push old metal sight out, place new night sight in carrier and install in normal manner, never push metal sights with outside edge of carrier.

41

SERVICE PROCEDURES AND TROUBLE

SHOOTING

s: .e dl r· ·n -r— r- r·oo C a u s!es!_ —-C o rr ec h o ns J

Failure to extract Extractor worn/broken/missing Over-powered or underpowered defective ammunition

Dirt under extractor dow

Dirty chamber

Shooting with on unlocked wrist

Failure to eject or erNiic Broken or damaged ejector

ejection (inducling stove pipes)

Under-powered ammunition

Dirty chamber

Shooting wi1h on unlocked wrist

Lock of lubrication

Dirty gun

Failure to keel Magazine not properly inserted Under-powered ammunition Dirty magazine

Weok magazine spring

Dirty chamber

Tight extractor

Limp wrist

Deformed magazine

Weok recoil spring

Replace

Change ammunition

Clean extractor ond check function

Clean chamber

Lack shooting hand wrist

Replace Trigger mechanism housing with ejector

Change ammunition

Clean chamber

Lock shooting hond wrist

Lubricote

Clean

Reinsert magazine

Change ammunition

Clean and inspect magazine

Replace if necessary

Lock wrist

Magazine sides or lips deformed -reploc.e magazine Replace

Slide fails to lock open on

last round

Mogozine follower broken

Dirty magazine

Weok mog<:XZine spring Wom slide stop lever notch Dirty gun

Needs lubrication

Deformed magazine

Under-powered ammunition

Limp wrist

Trigger pin inserted too for

Improper grip

Slide stop lever wom

Slide stop lever damaged

Replace follower

Clean and inspect magazine

Replace if necessary

Magazine sides deformed by attempting to lood too many rounds-replace magazine

The trigger pin may be inserted too for to lhe left This con cause the spring on lhe slide stop lever to bind.Check to see if the slide stop lever moves freely.If not, press the trigger pin slightly to the right until the slide stop lever moves freely.

Inspect and replace if necessary.




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SERVICE PROCEDURES SHOOTING (cont.)

TROUBLE

Observed Problem Probable Causes Corrections

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Slide out of battery (DO NOT FORCE INTO UmRY} due to: Deformed/defective round

Underpowered ammunition Damaged/weak recoil spring Damaged recoil spring tube Mating surfaces of barrel, slide

ond receiver excessively dirty.

Gun dirty/obstructed chamber

Shooting with on unlocked wrist

Hard primer (SMG ammunition} Obstructed firing pin channel

Inspect ond replace round Change ammunition Replace recoil spring Replace recoil spring tube· Field-strip and clean

Clean chamber

Lock shooting hand wrist

Change ammunition

Remove, inspect and clean firing pin and firing pin spring. Clean firing pin channel.

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Connector loose in housing Pistol is excessively dirty Wrong trigger bar Connector needs lubrication

Trigger bar is bent/damaged

Replace housing

Field strip and clean. Replace

Oil

Replace trigger bor.

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Improperly stored in original box with trigger in full forward position-(trigger safety fully depressed}

Replace trif!:r bar.When stored in original x, pistol must be unloaded, trigger in bock

position.

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Damaged, wom or defective firing pin safety

Replace firing pin safety and firing pin

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Worn or broken firing pin tip. Obstructed channel

Spring cups inverted

Replace Clear Change

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Tight extractor

Dirty gun

Slide lock reversed or not beveled

Change Clean Replace

Failure to Fire

No primer strike:

light, centered strike:

Inconsistent trigger pull or will not release

Trigger safails to retum

to engaged ( –rd) position

FirinS! pin safety fails functional test as described in the manual:

No primer strike

Light oH-center strike

Locks open early

Improper hand position Reverse tension on slide stop lever spring

Damaged slide stop lever

Change grip

Replace

Replace

43

GLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 17

PART

NUMIIR

GLOCK PISTOL DISCRJPTION

QTY.

ORDIRID

UNIT

COST

TOTAL

COST




3598 Slide



3570 Barrel



1533 Recoil Spring Assembly



49 Firing Pin



56 Spacer Sleeve



63 Firing Pin Spring



70 Spring Cups



S.C Firing Pin Safety



91 Firing Pin Safety Spring



98 Extractor



112 Extractor Depressor Plunger



119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring



126 Spring loaded Bearing



133 Slide Cover Plate



182 Fixed Rear Sight 6.5mm



1.S.C Fixed RearSight6.1mm



196 Fixed Rear Sight 6.9mm



210 Fixed Rear Sight 7.3mm



791 Click Adjustable Reor Sight



224 Front Sight



3.S.C9 Receiver (Frame)



280 Magazine Catch Spring



287 Magazine Catch



1981 Extended Magazine Catch



294 Slide lock Spring



301 Slide lock



308 locking Block



322 Trigger Mechanism Housing with E jector



343 Connector (5 lb.) 2.5 kg (stand.)



735 Connector (8 lb.) 3.5 kg



350 Trigger Spring



357 Trigger with Trigger Bar



399 Slide Stop Lever with Spring



420 Trigger Pin



427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin



441 Follower



448 Magazine Spring



45 Maga%ine Floor Plate with Hole



5572 Magazine Insert



1113 Magazine Tube



483 loading Device



4200 Plastic Box for Pistol



490 Cleaning Rod



497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon)



3661 New York Trigger Spring



5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus



1148 Firing Pin Channel Liner

Other _ _






TOTAL


GLOCK PA RTS

AND ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 17L

PART NUMBER

GLOCK PISTOL DESCRIPTION

QTY.

ORDERED

UNIT COST

TOTAL COST




3654 Slide



3633 Barrel



1533 Recoi l Spring Assembly



49 Firing Pin



56 Spacer Sleeve



63 Firing Pin Spring



70 Spring Cups



84 Firing Pin Safety



91 Firing Pin Safety Spring



98 Extractor



112 Extractor Depressor Plunger



119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring



126 Spring Loaded Bearing



133 Slide Cover Plate



182 Fixed Rear Signt 6.5mm (Stand.)



154 Fixed Rear Signt 6.1 mm



196 Fixed Rear Signt 6.9mm



210 Fixed Rear Signt 7.3mm



791 Click Adjustable Rear Sight



224 Front Sight



3549 Receiver (Frome)



280 Magazine Catch Spring



287 Magazine Catch



1981 Extended Magazine Catch



294 Slide lock Spring



301 Slide Lock



308 Locking Block



322 Trigger Mechanism Housing with Ejector



721 Connector (Jib.) 2.0 kg (17L only)



343 Connector (Sib.) 2.5 kg (stand.)



735 Connector (8 lb.) 3.5 kg



350 Trigger Spring



357 Trigger with Trigger Bar



399 Slide Stop Lever with Spring



420 Trigger Pin



427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin



441 Follower



448 Magazine Spring



455 Magazine Floor Plate with Hole



5572 Magazine Insert



1113 Magazine Tube



483 Loading Device



4228 Plastic Box for Pistol



490 Cleaning Rod



497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon)



3661 New York Trigger Spring



5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus



1148 Firing Pin Channel Liner

Other—– – — – –=-=-=–­

TOTAL

45

GLOCK AND ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 19



















































PART NUMBER

GLOCK PISTOL DESCRIPTION

QTY.

ORDERED

UNIT COST

TOTAL COST

3612

Slide

3577

Barrel

2457

Recoil Spring Assembly

49

Firing Pin

56

Spacer Sleeve

63

Firing Pin Spring

70

Spring Cups

84

Firing Pin Safety

91

Firing Pin Safety Spring

98

Extractor

112

Extrar.tor Depressor Plunger

119

Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring

126

Spring Loaded Bearing

133

Slide Cover Plate

182

Fixed Reor Signt 6.5mm (Stand.}

154

Fixed Reor Signt 6.1 mm

196

Fixed Rear Sight 6.9mm

210

Fixed Rear Sight 7.3mm

791

Click Adjustable Rear Signt

224

Front Sight

3563

Receiver (Frome)

280

Magazine Catch Spring

287

Magazine Catch

1981

Extended Magazine Catch

2317

301

2471

Slide Lock Spring

Slide Lock

Lacking Block

322

Trigger Mechanism Housing with Ejector

343

Connector (Sib.) 2.5 kg (Stand.)

735

Connector (8 lb.) 3.5 kg

350

Trigger Spring

2303

Trigger with Trigger Bor

2919

Slide Stop Lever with Spring

420

Trigger Pin

427

Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin

441

Follower

2429

Magazine Spring

455

Magazine Floor Plate with Hole

5572

Magazine Insert

2443

Magazine Tube

483

Loading Device

4200

Plastic Box for·Pistol

490

Cleaning Rod

497

Cleaning Brush (Nylon)

3661

New York Trigger Spring

5418

New York Trigger Spring Plus

1148

Firing Pin Channel Liner

Other

TOTAL




















































46

GLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 20

PART NUMBER

GLOCK PISTOL DESCRIPTION

QTY.

ORDERED

UNIT COST

TOTAL COST




5341 Slide



5355 Barrel



5586 Recoil Spring A55embly



4557 Firing Pin



56 Spacer Sleeve



63 Firing Pin Spring



70 Spring Cups



84 Firing Pin Safety



91 Firing Pin Safety Spring



5509 Extractor



5243 Extractor Depressor Plunger



119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring



126 Spring Loaded Bearing



133 Slide Cover Plate



182 Fixed Rear Signt 6.5mm



154 Fixed Rear Signt 6.1 mm



196 Fixed Rear Signt 69. mm



210 Fixed Rear Signt 7.3mm



791 Click Adjustable Rear Signt



224 Front Signt



5390 Receiver (Frame)



280 Magazine Cotcn Spring



1981 Extended Magazine Catcn



5446 Slide Lock Spring



301 Slide Lock



5264 Locking Block



4431 Trigger Meenanism Housing witn Ejector



343 Connector (5 lb.) 2.5 kg (stand.)



735 Connector (8 lb.) 3.5 kg



350 Trigger Spring



4417 Trigger witn Trigger Bar



5306 Slide Stop Lever witn Spring



420 Trigger Pin



427 Trigger Mecnonism Housing Pin



3948 Follower



448 Magazine Spring



3941 Magazine Floor Plate witn Hole



6055 Magazine Insert



3913 Magazine Tube



483 Loading Device



4523 Plastic Box for Pistol



490 Cleaning Rod



497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon)



3661 New York Trigger Spring



5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus



4368 Locking Block Pin





1148 FOitrninegr Pin Channel Liner





TOTAL

47

GLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 21

PART NUMBER

GLOCK PISTOL DESCRIPTION

QTY.

ORDERED

UNIT COST

TOTAL COST




5348 Slide



5362 Barrel



5586 Recoil Spring Assembly



4557 Firing Pin



56 Spacer Sleeve



63 Firing Pin Spring



70 Spring Cups



4536 Firing Pin Safety



91 Firing Pin Safety Spring



5516 Extractor



5243 Extractor Depressor Plunger



119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring



126 Spring loaded Bearing



133 Slide Cover Plate



182 Fixed Reor Signt 6.5mm



154 Fixed Rear Signt 6.1 mm



196 Fixed Rear Signt 6.9mm



210 Fixed Rear Signt 7.3mm



791 Click Adjustable Rear Sight



224 Front Sight



5390 Receiver (Frame)



280 Magazine Catch Spring



1981 Magazine Catch



5446 Slide lock Spring



301 Slide lock



5264 locking Block



4431 Trigger Mecnanism Housing with Ejedor



343 Connector (5 lb.) 2.5 kg (stand.)



735 Connedor (8 lb.) 3.5 kg



350 Trigger Spring



4417 Trigger with Trigger Bar



5306 Slide Stop lever with Spring



420 Trigger Pin



427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin



3955 Follower



448 Magazine Spring



3941 Magazine Floor Plate with Hole



5397 Magazine Insert



3920 Magazine Tvbe



483 loading Device



4529 Plastic Box for Pistol



490 Cleaning Rod ·



497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon)



3661 New York Trigger Spring



5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus



4368 locking Block Pin

1148





OFitrhinegr Pin Channel Liner






TOTAL


GLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 22

PART

GLOCK PISTOL

QTY.

UNIT

TOTAL









NUMBER DESCRIPTION

«87 Slide

4452 Barrel

1533 Recoil Spring Assembly

4270 Firing Pin

56 Spacer Sleeve

63 Firing Pin Spring

70 Spring Cups

84 Firing Pin Safely

91 Firing Pin Safety Spring

98 Extractor

112 Extractor Depressor Plunger


119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring

126 Spring Loaded Bearing

133 Slide Cover Plate

182 Fixed Rear Sight 6.5mm


154 Fixed Rear Sight 6.1mm


196 Fixed Rear Sight 6.9mm


210 Fixed Rear Sight 7.3mm


791 Click Adjustable Rear Sight

224 Front Sight


«38 Receiver (Frome)


280 Magazine Catch Spring


287 Magazine Catch



1981 Extended Magazine Catch


294 Slide lock Spring


301 Slide lock


4354 locking Block



4431 Trigger Mechanism Housing with Ejector


343 Connector (5 lb.) 2.5 kg (stand.)


735 Connector (8 lb.) 3.5 kg

350 Trigger Spring


357 Trigger with Trigger Bar


4333 Slide Stop lever with Spring

420 Trigger Pin


427 Trigger Mechanism Housing P in

3962 Follower

448 Magazine Spring

455 Magazine Floor Plate with Hole

5166 Magazine Insert

3927 Magazine Tube

483 loading Device

4200 Plastic Box for Pistol

490 Cleaning Rod

497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon)

4368 Lock ing Block Pin

3661 New York Trigger Spring

5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus

1148 FOirthinegr Pin Channel liner






































ORDERED

COST

COST























































TOTAL

49

GLOCK .AND .ACCESSORIES:GLOCK 23


PART NU MII!R

4501 Slide

«66 Barrel

GLOCK PISTOL DUCIIPTION

QTY.

OlDEUD

UN IT COST

TOTAL COST









2-457 Recoil Spring Assembly



4270 Firing Pin



56 Spacer Sleeve



63 Firing Pin Spring



70 Spring Cups



8.4 Firing Pin Safety



91 Firing Pin Safety Spring



9B Extractor



112 Extractor Depressor Plunger



119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring



126 Spring Loaded Bearing



133 Slide Cover Plate



182 Fixed Rear Sight 6.5mm



15.4 Fixed Rear Sight 6.1mm



196 Fixed Rear Sight 6.9mm



210 Fixed Rear Sight7.3mm



791 Click Ad justable Rear Signt



22-4 Front Sight



-4«5 Receiver (Frame)



280 Magazine Catch Spring



287 Magazine Catch



1981 Extended Magazine Catch



2317 Slide Lock Spring



301 Slide Lock



.4361 Locking Block



4431 Trigger Mechanism Housing with Ejector



3.43 Connector (5 lb.) 2.5 kg (stand.)



735 Connector (8 lb.) 3.5 kg



350 Trigger Spring



2303 Trigger with Trigger Bar



4333 Slide Stop Lever with Spring



-420 Trigger Pin



427 .Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin



3962 Follower



2429 Magazine Spring



455 Magazine Aoor Plate with Hole



5166 Magazine Insert



393.4 Magazine Tube



483 Loading Device



4200 Plastic Box for Pistol



490 Cleaning Rod



497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon)



4368 Locking Block Pin



3661 New York Trigger Spring



5.41B New York Trigger Spring Pl us



1148 Firing Pin Channel L iner



Otr —-————



TOTAL

50

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GLOCK, Inc. U.S.A. OCK

PERFECTlON

GLOCK. Inc., P.O.Box 389,

Smyrna,Georgia 30081, U.S.A.

Fax (770) -433-8719

Tel. (770) 319-4789

Bulletin # 2-1-96

TECHNICAL BULLETIN

DATE: TO: FROM:

Februaty 6, 1996

All Glock Annorers,Sales Managers and Gloclt Instructors

W.C.Haberland,Manager

TechnicalCustomer Sefvice

SUBJECT: New York Trigger Springs

The new New York Trigger springs will have a coil spring Instead of a leaf spring" type.

The New York #1 trigger spring,part# SPO 7-405, will be olive drab In color and will be used in place of tile standard New York trigger spring,part# SPO 3861 which hes been discontinued.

The New York #2 trigger spring,part# SPO 7-412, will be orange in color and will be used in place of the New

York+ trigger spring, part# SPO 5418 which has beenwill be discontinued.

Apply downward pressure

with punch to into place

Trigger Bar

1 —-Trigger Mechanism

Housing

New York Trigger Spring

1. Detail strip the pistol frame (trigger assembly)

2. Remove triggerbar

3. Remove colitrigger spring

4. Insert New York trigger spring

5. Reinsert trigger bar over New York trigger spring

6. Reassemble frame and slide

NOTE: This operation should only be performed by a certlr ed Glock Armorer. As always,a function test firing should occur with the individualfirearm to assure proper functioning.

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EXTRACTORS

When ordering extractors.the serialnumber of lhe pistolfor which the extractor Is ordl!nld must be checked to determim,

if the extractor with the 90"or 15°should be shipped.

AD GLOCK plslots starting with the following serial number Pfetlxes have a 15" tnech face and requlnt a 15" extnlctor. The 9 mm and the 10 mm have a parallel hook. The 40 callber and 45 caliber have a 5hook. AD 40 caliber pistols should have the new style 14.7 mm ejectors,parts I SP 01882.

Model SerialNo. Prenx lmQ0!1 Date

G17

BKK

05195

G17L

BMD

07/95

G19

BKP

. 05195

G20

BMR

09195

G21

ALD

05193

G22

G23

BKO BKH

0·

05195

G24124C

BMD

08195

G2tl

BMX

07195

G27

BMY

07/95

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All9 mm use trigger housing with ejector part11 SP 00322. All9 mm use ejector part I SP 00338.

eo• Breech Face – Extractor 11 SP 00098 90°/ParallelHook

15" Breech Face Extractor 11 SP 01889 15•/Paranet Hook

40 Caliber G2?123124124ol27

All40 calibers use trigger housing with ejector part t SP 01898. All40 Calibers use ejector part f# SP 01882 (new style).

90" Breech Face ExtractorII SP 0890890"/5•

15" Breech Face • Extractor II SP 08740. 15"/5•

]Omm G20

All 10 mm use trigger housing with ejector part t SP 04431. All10 mm use ejectr part I SP 04340.

90" Breech Face Extractor f# SP 05509 90°/Paralet Hook

15• Breech Face Extractor II SP 06081 15•/ParaDet Hook

45ACP G21

All45 ACP use trigger housing with ejector part1SP 04431. All 45 ACP use ejector part 11 SP 04340.

90" Breech Face Ship to GLOCK Smyrna to be cut lo 15•

t 5• Breech Face • Extractor 11 SP 05518 -15"/5"

Modified Plssassemblx TS!ot ST 03374- Used to remove the ejector from the tngger mechanism housing.

UPGRADE

On pistols subjed to the firing pin system upgrade,you candetermine if the upgrade has been conducted by checking the following parts:

Trigger with trigger bar

Extractor.s

Firing Pin

Firing Pin Safety

Firing Pin Safety Spring

Spring Loaded Bearing

The following is a list of serialnumber.s that are affected by the upgrade. We recommend·that au pistolsin the following serialnumber ranges should have the product upgrade.

GlOCk 17 Pistols AlphabeticalPrefix through XG Glock 19 PistolsA· lphabeticalPrefix through XI< GlOCk 20 Pistols • AlphabeticalPrefix through WX Glock 21PistolsA· lphabeticalPrefix through XM Glock 22 Pistols • AlphabeticalPrefix through YB Glock 23PistolsA·lphabeticalPrefix through SL

All three letter prefix pistols already have the product upgrade pariS.

G21 45ACP

Allpistols prior to serialnumber ALD should come to GLOCK to have the slide modifications,I.e.the pickup railIs

radiused and the right rear edge of the ejection port Is angled.

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MAGAZINES

When the following magazine parts are ordered and a specific part number is not specified,the customer must be contacted to lind out what type of magazine 1$ involved. Following Is a list of infonnation neededIn order to detennlne exadly what the customer needs:

t mtm · All

Non-Full MetalUned Full Metal Lined

Floor Plate Magazine Insert Orange Floor Plate

40 Cfllbtr • AI

• SP 00455

SP05572

– SP02373

Floor Plate Magazine Insert Orange Floor Plate

– SP 032De

• SP 01893

• SP01294

Non-Fyl! Metal Unes!· El!!! MetalLines!

Floor Plate Magazine Insert Orange Floor Plate

JO mm -All

• SP00455

SP 05188

SP02373

Floor Plate Magazine Insert Orange Floor Plate

– SP 032De

SP 0511!&

• SP 0129-4

Non-Full Metal Uned Full MetalUnes!

Floor Plate SP 03S.1

Magazine Insert SP 08055

Orange Aoor Plate – SP 02881

Calll!!r G21 All

Non-Full Metal Uoed

Floor Plate – SP 031

Magazine Insert SP 05397

Orange Floor Plate – SP 02881

Caliber – G3Q f.i<!null Metal Llntd N/A

Floor Plate Magazine Insert Orange Floor Plate

full Metal Uned

ROOf Plate Magazine Insert Orange Aoor Plate

Full Mill!U111d

Floor Plate Floor Pille Meg Insert Mag Insert

• SP 03S.1

• SP 08055

• SP 02881

– SP 03 1

SP05397

SP 02681

SP 03S.1 9 Round

• SP 08189 10 Round

• SP De9019 Round

– SP 0890110 Round

MAGAZINE SPRINGS

When ordering ma gazine sprtngs, you must lind out what modalthe magazines ate used for and whether they are high capacity or 10 round magazines. FoOowing Is a fl3t of part onler numbels for magazine springs:

9 Roync1

G30 SP02429

10 Round

G17 • SP 02309

G17L • SP 02309

G19 • SP 02318

G20 • SP 02323

G21 • SP 00448

G22 • SP 02323

G23 SP 02429

G24 • SP 02323

G29 – SP 02429

G30 SP 02429

H'!Qh Capacjty

G17 SP 00448

G17l SP 00448

G19 – SP 02429

G20 • SP 00448

.G21 • SP 00448

G22 . SP 00448

G23 • SP 02429

G24 • SP 00448

The Glock Model2ea1 magazines take the same style magazine spring,part tJ. SP 02429.

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