This is a discussion on NEW fan of the CLOCK question for more experienced clock owners within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by AZ Infidel You have joined the cool guys club...LOL. Hey, I still LOVE my 1911's, Hi Powers and Smith wheelguns...but Glock is ...
Downloading the mag by a round or two will often stop the rattle. You can also try a magazine spring by Wolff, but that is usually less successful. Any gunsmith or armorer can impove the trigger in about ten minutes with a small application of money.
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Lots of good idea on here already. The coin on the site is something I still do and I have owned my G19 since 96. The ghost trigger works well and I have installed on my daughters Glocks. I like the heavier pull on my Glock, but did polish the trigger group parts to smooth things out. Might look at that option as well.
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I have never noticed a mag rattle, but then again I was not looking for a rattle there and probably missed it.
The only Glock rattle that I am accustomed to is the rattle that I listen for when I'm doing safety checks...gun unloaded, pull the trigger, and should hear the firing pin moving/rattling when I move the gun forwards and backwards.
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I have four Glock 21 magsvand two of them make a rattling noise. Odd, but no harm, no foul.