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    Quote Originally Posted by MadAngler1 View Post
    The channel liner and the spring cups? WTF?

    Makes me want to buy another gen 3 G17 and G19 while I can. Seriously, what does the Gen 5 do for me? I rather have the slide milled for an Acro anyway rather than use a MOS plate.
    Wonder if the maritime cups would allow more grit to pass. I have a Gen 5 19 that I haven't even shot yet. Not worried about it as I can replace someparts if need be. Curious the long term fix though

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    Quote Originally Posted by pag23 View Post
    Wonder if the maritime cups would allow more grit to pass. I have a Gen 5 19 that I haven't even shot yet. Not worried about it as I can replace someparts if need be. Curious the long term fix though
    Good question about the maritime cups. The issues is you need a letter from an agency to get them from Glock. I don’t understood the logic.

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    I can live with an additional $10 of maintenance every 2k rounds. Happier if that wasn't necessary, but it's probably not a bad thing to detail strip, replace a few consumables, and deep clean every couple cases of ammo. The idea of using maritime cups sounds interesting.

    I can't find an overwatch trigger assembly to save my life, so I'm going to try the Apex myself. Thanks to everyone chiming in on this thread, good info here.

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    Check:
    R side slide stop lever, trigger bar, and frame rub.
    Cruciform and FP lug engagement square or signs of a high side/edge.
    Condition of connector and trigger bar engagement, plating flaking, anomalous wear, etc.

    With the exception of the R side lever, these can occur in all generations. There's no reason why they would be unique to the 5.

    I believe 17K, but have not seen these trigger grit issues associated with the slide components (except FP lug) if properly installed. I have replaced FP spacer sleeves that cracked for some reason in high mileage guns, but that's rare.

    Maritime cups don't offer anything here.
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