What he said.Your best bet, honestly, is to hit up Youtube and watch some disassembly videos. Unless you are mechanically disinclined, working on any part of the Glock shouldn't be beyond your capabilities. One of the great things about owning a Glock is all the money you can save by being your own gunsmith.
I'm with the DIY guys. Glocks aren't terribly difficult to work on depending on what it is your exactly trying to do. You can put in TLC that some gunsmiths may or may not. Plus you get the smug feeling that you're better than the rest of those who own glocks and have trouble field stripping itI'm want to have some enhancements done on my Glock 19, can anyone recommend someone in the Keller Texas 76244 area? Thanks in advance.
He works out of Benbrook and was at the Weatherford Gun show two weeks or so ago. Real stand up guy. Got to pick his brain for nearly an hour while he was working on customer guns. HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDGo to any of the DFW guns shows and you will find several Glock mechanics hard at work at reasonable prices. T.R. Graham is one of the best and is HIGHLY recommended.