That is the correct spring. Gen 4, G-26 and G-27 models do not require a modified RSA. Enjoy it.
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This may sound like a stupid question but I recently purchased a glock 19. While lookin on-line I kept noticing people keep referencing gen 3 and gen 4 glocks. I saw pics of glocks that had gen 3 and gen 4 stamped on it. My Glock does not have gen 3 or gen 4 stamped on it. I was wondering if anyone knew why it would not be stamped on it. From looking at pics of the handgrips online I would have to say that my gun is a gen 3 but I'm not sure. How do I find out and does it really make a difference? I bought it in Jan 2013. Thanks for anyone's help in advance.
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That pretty much explains it. It would have to be a generation 3. I can tell by the grips. If I can figure it out I will post some pics later. I love this gun. My wife want's to buy a glock 26 for concealed carry so I guess we will be crossing that bridge pretty soon. The only problem I'm having right now is I only have 200 rounds left and I can't get any more because everyone is freaking out about rumors flying around and buying everything up. I think we should wait a few months to buy her gun and maybe by then ammo will be more readily available and the price will drop back down. Until then I'm not going to fire my 9mm any more. Never know when the s*** might hit the fan....