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Glock Slide Disassembly and Reassembly Video

 

Our Glock Slide Disassembly and Reassembly Video will show you how to disassemble your Glock slide down to its individual components. After disassembly, we show you how to reassemble the slide. A Glock slide is one of the easiest pistol slides to work on. 

Glock Slide Disassembly and Reassembly – Learn More

Our Glock video series should cover most models of Glock including the following:

 

9mm     .40     10mm.    .45 Auto     .45 G.A.P.     .380 Auto     .357 Sig

G17      G22     G20         G21             G37               G42                G31

G19      G23     G29         G30             G38                                      G32

G26      G27     G40         G36             G39                                      G33

G34      G35                     G41

G43

 

Also, don’t forget to check out our Glock Frame Disassembly, Glock Frame Reassembly as well as Glock Field Strip videos to learn more about the Glock pistols.

If you want to learn more about the tools used in the Glock Videos visit https://trb.fyi/tools-used-in-the-glock-videos If you need more information about troubleshooting, visit our Glock Troubleshooting Guide at https://trb.fyi/glock-troubleshooting-guide/

We have also produced videos on how to build your own Glock using the Polymer 80 Frame. Visit our Polymer80 PF940SC completion using a Dremel video and Polymer80 PF940SC completion using a drill press.

Video index:

Removing the Slide Cover Plate – 0:41

Removing the Firing Pin Assembly – 1:47

Removing the Extractor – 3:34

Removing the Firing Pin Safety – 5:06

Assembling and installing the Firing Pin Safety – 5:49

Installing the Extractor – 7:02

Assembling and installing the Extractor Depressor Assembly – 7:40

Assembling and installing the Firing Pin Assembly – 8:38

Installing the Slide Cover Plate – 10:27

 

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