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Been having a problem with my Glock for a little while now :( the problem is that the slide will not fully fly forward & gets stuck around the hammer area

 

It's well maintained (cleaned & oiled after every game day as is my M1911) & I put a 6mm spacer ring on the recoil spring & guide to see if that worked but it hasn't. I use green gas in both pistols(the 1911 is full metal) but want to use a gas a bit more stronger but because it's a polymer slide, I don't want it destroyed

 

Could I try a stronger recoil spring & where can I get them from & could I use a stronger spring from a different pistol manufacturer ??

 

Cheers guys :)

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I had this problem with my old KSC glock, I sanded down the barrel assembly, specifically this part:

 

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Sand it so it's slightly smoother and rounder. It fixed the jamming problem completely, do it at your own risk though.

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You can also take some material off the slide and smooth it down there. I've had that issue with my Guarder slides.

 

All depends on whether this is a problem he's had for a while or just recently though. Could be an issue with the hammer otherwise.

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I've had it going on a little while now but & it happens when it's warm or cold

 

I sanded the part that pushes the hammer back & it still does it, I also sanded the black finish off the slide rails & again no joy

 

I'll give the trick in the photo a try & see what happens

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Did it work?

Certainly made it a little better & will sand down the slide rails aswell but I have to see what happens once I'm out in the cold weather

 

Think I may go with a 130% or 150% spring & see how it goes

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