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I just finished a detail strip and clean on my G21SF and somehow lost the locking block pin. It's not really lost since the house still has it somewhere but I can't find it. I just got off the phone with Glock and after being on hold for several minutes I hung up. The first person I talked to told me they don't sell parts by phone then transferred me to another line. Where can I get Glock OEM parts if not from Glock. I'm fairly certain I'm not the only person to need a small part. I found a titanium 3 pin set for a little under $30 but all I need is the little black pin:) Are there any sources or do I have to find a Glock armorer?
 

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I've ordered factory parts from MidwayUSA.com, lonewolfdist.com, and glockparts.com many times each and I've been satisfied with every experience.

Locking block pin for all models except G36, Glock manufacturer part number 4368:
MidwayUSA.com: http://www.midwayusa.com/product/46...-24-25-26-27-28-29-30-31-32-33-34-35-37-38-39
LoneWolfDist.com: http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=497&CAT=205
glockparts.com: http://glockparts.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=7269&CAT=734

Make sure to install the locking block pin before you install the slide stop and trigger pin. The locking block pin needs to be in the frame before the slide stop is installed so that when you install the slide stop, the slide stop spring automatically slides into its correct position under the locking block pin to give the slide stop spring its tension. If you install the locking block pin after installing the slide stop, the slide stop spring may be damaged and the slide stop spring will not have proper tension, resulting in the slide locking back with rounds still in the magazine.
 
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