This OEM firing pin channel liner fits all GLOCKs.
Not required for GLOCK® 42 or G43. The firing pin channel liner's a critical component of any GLOCK® or Polymer80 slide. This liner is considered a single-use component; removal requires replacing the liner. Damaging the liner during installation will also require replacement.
Firing Pin Channel Liner Removal
Use a 5/16" coarse-thread lag bolt to capture and remove any installed channel liner. Thread the bolt into the plastic liner, then use a vise and pliers to pull the liner free.
Firing Pin Channel Liner Installation
Gently tap the beveled end of the channel liner into the slide using a 5/16" wooden dowel or firing pin channel liner install tool. Do not use lubricant or other compounds during installation.
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