After all that, he said I should replace the spring guide assembly, showed me a quick test for next time to see how I could tell it needed to be replaced and charged me all of ZERO! Also, I've never taken my Glock apart other than field strip it for cleaning and now that I've seen it done, I don't understand why Glock needs an "Advanced" Armorer class. It's such a simple gun. My GS said the class was boring. No matter what's being said on the internet, right now, I continue to find the old, recoil spring test to be a reliable - if not a universally correct - indicator of whether or not a recoil spring needs to be changed; but, then again, I use highly consistent Wolff gun springs in my Glocks and can put more faith in the results of this longstanding test procedure. Which I already know can fail with even brand new contract-supplied factory recoil springs.
Glock 17 field strip?
3 Ways to Disassemble a Glock - wikiHow
The Taurus PT Slim 9mm is the Taurus solution to the problem of finding a pistol you can have with you just about all the time. The pistol is 6. You can see in the photo below that the PT is smaller than the Glock 36, one of my other favorite compact carry pistols. You can see in this photo how the width of the center compares to the Glock 36 left and CZ model 82 right. Upon first examining the PT you'll note that it owes a lot to Glock. It is a striker-fired mechanism and takes down just like a Glock 1. Clear the pistol, 2.
Field stripping a Glock
Not Included — External manual safety; Finger grooves on frame; Grip safety; Magazine disconnect safety. RFP Problem is 2-Fold: First, other firearm manufacturers will read right through this charade and make valid objections to the requirements in the RFP. Each specification will have to be justified and explained as to why it was required.
You know the name, but do you trust the brand? Choosing the right concealed carry firearm is an important decision; a decision that should never be rushed. I feel that this would be best started with some background information.