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How to Disassemble a Glock Mag

This is a discussion on How to Disassemble a Glock Mag within the Non-XD Handguns forums, part of the Other Handgun Talk category; For anyone that needs help disassembling a glock mag, Don't listen to anyone that says you need a pair of pliers to squeeze the mag ...


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Old 06-07-2013, 04:53 PM   #1
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How to Disassemble a Glock Mag

For anyone that needs help disassembling a glock mag, Don't listen to anyone that says you need a pair of pliers to squeeze the mag body or anything like that. This is the real way you should be disassembling your mags, to keep them functioning flawlessly.

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Good video but isn't this the way most magazines come apart? I was always confused when people posted having issues getting magazines apart.
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Glock mags are a bitch to take apart, and they never come apart that easy. I do use a glock tool and it makes it extremely fast.
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Old 06-08-2013, 04:35 PM   #4
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This is indeed the way most mags come apart, but Glock mags are pretty tough if you don't have experience doing it. The catch lips and the indents are reaaaaaaallllly tough and don't want to separate from each other. Thanks for watching guys!
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Glock mags are a bitch to take apart, and they never come apart that easy. I do use a glock tool and it makes it extremely fast.
Interesting, my G23 and G19 mags were as easy and simple as any other mag I had ever taken apart. Maybe I had taken them apart too many times
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One word.

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Disassembly is a piece of cake with one.
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Pretty good video. I've only changed one magazine spring to a Wolff spring, but I'll have to give that a try next time.
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HAHAHA... would have helped so much on the 4 glock mags i added pearce grip extensions on.... damn things would not come apart..... and when they did there goes the spring across the room.... oh this would have saved me alot of frustration!
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HAHAHA... would have helped so much on the 4 glock mags i added pearce grip extensions on.... damn things would not come apart..... and when they did there goes the spring across the room.... oh this would have saved me alot of frustration!
I had the same issue the first time I took apart a glock mag, i know the pain! At least my video is up and will hopefully help others in the future
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One word.

G-Tul.

Disassembly is a piece of cake with one.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

GTUL |

Can't see owning a Glock without one of these. Should be included inside the box.
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