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Hi everyone, this is my second time shooting this thing, the first time i shot it was when i picked her up and threw a box of round in her for testing, went to the range the other day and put about 3 boxes of 50 in her, just wondering if this is normal wear and tear on the rails and the receiver side of the gun. Lube dry out when firing?









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I don't see anything out of the ordinary in those pictures, looks like the normal scraps you get on the rails and the copper color looks like the antiseize lube Glock uses on new guns. That copper colored lube is fine to leave in when first firing, in fact the Glock manual says to leave it in there.
 

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I also am not seeing the wear. Can you describe where they are?

It could be the flash on the photos washing everything out.


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on the rail on each side of the recoil spring, the two markings on the slide, and the markings on the receiver side



and the "guide rails"

 

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It's absolutely worn out. I'll buy it from you for $200 and you can use that money to get a real gun.......











































.......like a high point. :D
 
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