Originally Posted by Andyman85
I was watching this on you tube(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbacfGZbWqM),and I came across the "PigNose" on Glocks. I have 3 Gen 4's that are3 Months old, and they all have the PigNose. I did not even notice it until I watched the video. I heard that you can bend it back by using boiling water, or a heat gun. Does this PigNose pose a threat on accuracy or function of the gun? I choose Glock because of the "Perfection" and reliability. Is this something that I should worry about for only having the guns only 3 months?
PLEASE, very slowly back away from the computer. Now, get your butt outside and do something useful... Why not just shoot your gun (but only if you know how safely).
There is nothing wrong with the GLOCK you purchased and it is in the same condition as it was in the day you bought it, if you even own one.
Better yet, if you're not satisfied with the so called, "Pig Nose" sell it and move on to another firearm of your choice I say.
Fix it you ask, you didn't recongize it to begin with so now you're going into the gun repair business, good luck with that.
I'm sure if you look and think hard enough, there are real troubles in the world somewhere that you can engage with and solve. The situation you described probably isn't one of them IMO.
Oh, and if your gun really had the situation described I bet it would look more like this:
Even still, that's not a problem. Put an apple in the mouth and cook the crap outta that sucker. Pig on one end, fish on the other, I'd say we got our moneys worth that day!
Please forgive me Mods for I have sinned!