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Glock Pistol Inspection Form

This checklist provides a detailed list of things to check when inspecting and verifying the condition of a Glock pistol.

  
  

Glock 17

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Inspecting An Assembled Glock Pistol

  1. External visual inspection

  2. Trigger safety check

  3. Trigger pull

  4. “Locking up” and “Unlocking”

  5. Trigger reset check

  6. Does empty magazine lock slide?

  7. Are component parts correct?

  8. Engagement

Inspecting A Field Stripped Glock Pistol

Check The Barrel For:

  1. Barrel Bulged

  2. Cracks at Muzzle or Chamber

  3. Longitudinal Cracks

  4. Condition of Lugs

Check The Slide For:

1. Rear Sights/Night Sights Inspection

2. Front Sight Pin/Screw Present

3. Grooves (condition of)

4. Guide Ring

5. Cracks (especially under ejection port)

6. Slide “Stop” Lever Notch

7. Brass Deposits (excessive)

8. Extractor Clearance (clean)

C. Receiver

1. Magazine catch

2. Receiver Cracks

3. Slide Stop Lever Tension

4. Correct Ejector

5. Condition of Rails

6. Slide Lock (up & to rear)

D. Recoil Spring Assembly

INSPECTION OF DETAIL STRIPPED PISTOL

A. Slide Cover Plate

B. Firing Pin Assembly

1. Upgrade Present

2. Correct Firing Pin

3. Nose Chipped or Broken

4. Firing Pin Spring Cups

5. Firing Pin Spring

6. Spacer Sleeve

7. Firing Pin Channel Liner

C. Extractor Depressor Plunger Assembly

1. Installed Properly

2. Spring Straight and Undamaged

3. Correct Spring Loaded Bearing

D. Extractor

1. Upgrade Present

2. Condition of Extractor

E. Firing Pin Safety

1. Upgrade Present

2. Firing Pin Safety Spring in place

3. Firing Pin Safety Test

F. Locking Block Pin – Upgrade

G. Trigger Pin

H. Locking Block

I. Trigger Spring – Installed Correctly

1. Correct Connector

J. Trigger with Trigger Bar

1. Correct for Pistol

2. Unusual Wear

K. Trigger Mechanism Housing

1. Ejector Condition

2. Connector Tight

L. Magazine

1. Tube-lips Damaged

2. Spring – Correct , Undamaged

3. Follower – Cracked, Broken

4. Correct Magazine for Pistol

Reassembly

After the component parts of the “detailed stripped” pistol have been found to be acceptable (or have been corrected), and they have been cleaned, the pistol will be reassembled. The reassembled pistol will then be re-inspected to ensure functionality.

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

MIKE COVIELLO is a former aerospace engineer, now Web Designer/SEO Consultant. Hobbies include shooting zombies & reloading ammunition.