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    Are the three springs on g43: spring in slide stop lever, under slide lock, and firing pin safety spring(connected to the silver button)... are they all the very same part number?


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    They are the same spring along with the trigger spring but Glock only lists the spring by itself under the Slide Lock Spring P/N 91. They do add firing pin safety spring in the description.

    The slide stop lever includes the spring installed and trigger spring comes with the trigger housing mechanism.

    The slide lock spring costs $1, I ordered a handful figuring they'd work as spares across the board.

    While checking some details before posting, I noticed Glock has reduced the price on some of their parts.
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    Thanks. Yes, those would be good to have a bunch of spares. They seem to be quite springy little boogers and easy to lose. :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by haysmclean View Post
    Thanks. Yes, those would be good to have a bunch of spares. They seem to be quite springy little boogers and easy to lose. :-)
    Yes, yes they are. Can't say as I thought about buying a bunch extra until I spent a long time looking for one.
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