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Thread: Glock 19M to be sold via Lipseys

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    Quote Originally Posted by BehindBlueI's View Post
    My issued 17M is definitely the jet black. It was the obvious difference (other than roll mark, of course) when compared to the commercial Gen 5. Other than roll mark, what's the difference now between "M" and "5" if not the coating?
    "M" on top of barrel vs "5"

    IMPD issued guns were NOT NDLC but had the "M" barrel
    Last edited by HALO51; 11-08-2019 at 09:54 AM.

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    What I donít get is why Glock appears to be restricting the NDLC coated components...
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    The 17M's that Lipsey's sold do NOT have the DLC internals (these are reported to be Glock employee purchase overruns). These 19M's likely will not either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by echo5charlie View Post
    The 17M's that Lipsey's sold do NOT have the DLC internals (these are reported to be Glock employee purchase overruns). These 19M's likely will not either.
    Can anyone provide a list of which parts, specifically, are nDLC coated in the contract M-guns?

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    Here's what I found to possibly answer Post 24,

    FBI ĎMí guns have the nDLC finish on some internals including the trigger bar, connector, and slide stop lever, Gen 5 guns do not. Also, ĎMí guns that went to a select few agencies do not have the nDLC treated internals. Itís easy to spot the difference, as the nDLC finished internals are jet black. Not gray.

    ref. https://glockcollector.info/2017/08/...gen-5-pistols/


    TRIGGER BAR, CONNECTOR, AND SLIDE STOP LEVER. I've not seen or handled an FBI G17M or G19M and cannot personally confirm.
    Last edited by L-2; 11-08-2019 at 04:29 PM.

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    If these Lipsey Ms donít have the appropriately coated fire controls, then WGAF?
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    It seems the Lipsey's G17M and G19M models will be configured as the originally released G17Gen5 and G19Gen5 pistols were or what the FBI received (but without specially coated internals), but no longer made that way except for Lipsey's Glocks with specially colored frames:

    -front strap cut-out for easier grabbing of a stuck mag
    -no front serrations on slide

    Additional Options Included:
    -Ameriglo night sights
    -extended mag catch
    -extended slide stop

    The amount of variations has approached what the semi-custom 1911 makers offer. There's no ability to specify an individual Glock with specific options directly from Glock, however. I suspect there will always be some combination of options someone on the various forums will later whine about, just wait I wonder what Glock's minimum quantity is for these specially-made-to-order-Glocks (just wondering; I don't expect anyone to actually know).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HALO51 View Post
    IMPD issued guns were NOT NDLC but had the "M" barrel
    The first batch did, at least.
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    WWOMJD?

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    Maybe with talented students I would lube up with baby oil and then go at it.

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    The internals on (somewhat dirty) agency-issued 19M:


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    What is NDLC coating going to bump up the price of manufacturing a glock to? Cost Gaston a whopping $95 now instead of $90 to manufacture?

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