LaserMax LMS 1131

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by JPochron, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. JPochron

    JPochron New Member

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    Does anyone know if the LaserMax LMS 1131 Guide Rod Laser will work on the Glock 24 Gen4? I bought this off of eBay and it says for Glock 19 and Glock 23 however it doesn't indicate whether or not it will work with Gen4. The problem I'm having is that it appears to be missing the Captive Spring Bushing which the seller says there wasn't one. The spring seems to large for the laser as it extends well past the Lasers Lens and in pics I've noticed that it should be the same length as the Laser. I don't know if there is a bushing missing or not. Any information anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    Joe
     
  2. THEGLOCKBROTHERS

    THEGLOCKBROTHERS New Member

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    The 1131 will fit the 19,23,32 and 38. The 1131 will NOT fit the Gen4. I hope this helps.
     

  3. JPochron

    JPochron New Member

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    Thanks but I went to Glock Store and they sell s bushing that will allow you to use the LaserMax LMS1131 in Generation 4 Glocks. So the problem is basically solved. Just not sure if the spring is any good as after I installed the switch/ejector the switch did not make any clicking sounds as demonstrated in a YouTube video. Also after I installed the slide back on the gun it became jammed and would not even let me rack the slide. So either I installed the spring improperly or it's bad. Just waiting on the bushing so I attempt to install it again. Thanks for your input.

    Joe
     
  4. JPochron

    JPochron New Member

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    With the bushing from the Glock Store I was able to install the LaserMax LMS1131 Guide rod Laser with no problem. Although the slide lock spring from LaserMax wouldn't work because it's to long I was able to use Glocks slide lock spring with no problem. And although LaserMax said it wouldn't work I can tell you it is working just fine. The slide lock which is the on/off switch doesn't click however it stays in place and activates the laser normally. Before I had installed this Laser I had the LaserMax Sabre on it which LaserMax also says won't work on the Generation 4 but I assure you it worked as it was designed with no problems. I removed the LaserMax Sabre because I didn't like the way you had to activate the laser. So those of you who want to install a laser on your Glock and it specified Gen 3 and below I can tell you from experience they do work.

    Joe