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    .25 trigger job

    I took a chance and did the .25 trigger job today. http://www.alpharubicon.com/mrpoyz/glock/
    This is the first time Iíve had my G23 broke down completely. I printed out the pages on the web site and had no problems. Well... maybe one. I put the gun back together and looked down and saw an extra piece sitting there. What the...? I donít think it would have shot well without part of the trigger assembly. So I took it apart twice and put it back together twice. It went well though. It was easy to do.

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    You are braver than I am... I guess I would want someone there who knew what they were doing before I tried it the 1st time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    You are braver than I am... I guess I would want someone there who knew what they were doing before I tried it the 1st time...
    No balls, no blue chips..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    You are braver than I am... I guess I would want someone there who knew what they were doing before I tried it the 1st time...
    Well... I'm not into that threesome stuff. I don't need anyone laughing at me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    Well... I'm not into that threesome stuff. I don't need anyone laughing at me.
    Remember, it's only kinky the first time. By the way, how does one pronounce..."tnoisow"?

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    Thanks for the link. The Glock is one of the easiest guns to detail strip I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Remember, it's only kinky the first time. By the way, how does one pronounce..."tnoisow"?
    However you want. I say, t no e saw.

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    Hey Charlie. Does your mom know youíre on this web site? I just read your profile. You do pretty good for a four year old.

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    Hey Tnoisaw looks like you done a fine job. Thanks for the link. I don't have a Glock but I still like to read about taking guns down the right way. Did you have the lighter trigger? Good show...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    Hey Charlie. Does your mom know youíre on this web site? I just read your profile. You do pretty good for a four year old.
    Shhhh........she doesn't know. Been takin' correspondence courses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    Hey Tnoisaw looks like you done a fine job. Thanks for the link. I don't have a Glock but I still like to read about taking guns down the right way. Did you have the lighter trigger? Good show...
    Itís not a lighter trigger but a smoother one. Iíve only been able to dry fire it so can not really tell a difference yet. I did this also to learn more about my gun. Iím the kind of guy whoís inquisitive about those kind of things.

    I was the kid who would find a bare electrical cord and plug it into the wall and then touch the frayed end. ZAP! Hello 120 volts! Or separate the clock from the radio and see if they both still work... it did. Or lick the end of a 9 volt battery. I talked my ex into this when we were married. Boy was she pissed!

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