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I have deleted the information that I had posted before because I have massed much more information and have posted my completed workings on GLOCK pistol history & evolution here ( http://www.glockforums.org/showthre...istory-amp-Evolution?p=2211&posted=1#post2211 ). It is much more updated and more accurate. I will get it set as a sticky once I can figure out how to do it. I decided to build it as a knowledge base for everyone here in the community and for any guests that just happen to browse around the site. So please enjoy it. Happy Shootin! Boomer.
 
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Boomer,
Great info dude. I do't know I Gen1 had a dual recoil spring or not but my guess is no. Like I said just a guess. Let me know if i am wrong every one. Boomer again thanks for the time and info.
Thanks for the compliment, I am not entirely certain about the recoil assembly in the Gen1s, I have found some other info that suggest otherwise, plus not having seen one makes me wonder too. That first post was a rough draft, I have since then found some more info to add to the pot plus some corrections I need to make also. So if anyone has a Gen1 they wouldnt mind field stripping and posting some pix of I would appreciate it. Thanks, Boomer.
 

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There were a scant few Gen 1 19 made.
I had just read that somewhere today. All I could figure were that there were pre-releases before the big production boom when the second generation was released in 88'. Never seen one though, that would be neat.
 

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I dont care for 9mm, but heck ya. Id prolly run a box of WWB through it just to make sure it works, then clean it up and let it be a collectible safe queen.
 

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There were a scant few Gen 1 19 made.
OK, heres the low down on the Gen 1 19

Only a few dozen Gen1 19s were made. These were prototypes for made for the ATF as prerelease examination samples. They were made by placing a block in the dust cover area of a 17 mold to make the dust cover shorter. The mag wells were had cut at the factory from the 17 to 19 length. These pistols would have been marked with a 5 digit serial number with a "J" as the first digit which denotes a prototype.

Straight from Glock in Smyrna
 

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Just wanted to let everyone know that my research project is slowly moving here and there. I think when I get to the point where Im not finding anymore info, which I think is steadily approaching, I will post my completed research typings in my blogs when its ready to go. Anyways, I just thought ya'll might like to know. Boomer
 
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