This is a discussion on Why won't my Glock 43 reset.....9x out of 10x this is the reason.... within the Glock Troubleshooting and Maintenance forums, part of the Glock General Discussion category; Hi. I have to admit coming from larger Glocks to a new Glock 43 I demonstrated my ignorance after I installed a new Ghost connect ...
Hi. I have to admit coming from larger Glocks to a new Glock 43 I demonstrated my ignorance after I installed a new Ghost connect (that has since been replaced by the stock OEM connector), re-assembled the frame, and then couldn't figure out why the trigger was not resetting properly. I was totally baffled....it's was yep.... the crucible front leg was not sitting under the tab (trigger spring bearing) but over. When it installed correctly you should only be able to see 4 out of 5 of the trigger housing with ejector stock number. Maybe this has been covered, hopefully it has but to spare new Glock 43 owners a lot of aggravation, I thought I would pass on again.
Last edited by ElGlocko1; 11-15-2016 at 08:06 PM.
The problem with Glocks is that they are so easy to work on that everyone thinks they are an armorer.
Good information. Fixing things is what some of us do. The internet makes it a lot less hassle.
I won't fiddle with my glock its my CCW
Why mess with "Glock Perfection"?
I had a Glock Armorer tear down my malfunctioning new G19 and set the spring in wrong at a GSSF match. 2 weeks later at the next match another armorer caught it. Neither one of them caught the defective ejector. My brother did with a phone pic (not an armorer) I changed it out with an $11 part.
"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to talk out your ass and remove all doubt." A. Lincoln (sort of.)
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Got it real cheap, too. I'm glad the seller tried to pawn off his defective Glock at a ridiculously low price.
If something's too cheap, one should assume there's something wrong with it.
At the same time, the person buying a defective item has no responsibility to warn the seller that the defect is an $8 repair before buying.
That said, a gun with a broken ejector apparently "works flawlessly, and never gave me any trouble", said the guy selling his Glock for $375.