Brownells Glock 19LS Slide Build | Mod Minute

If you are one of those that whined about the Glock 45 or the Glock 19X being long in the wrong place, the Brownells Glock 19LS slide and barrel might be the answer to your gripes. In today's Mod Minute we are going to do a Glock 19LS slide build from scratch.

While we used a factory Glock frame, the serialized Polymer80 frame that we linked in the bottom of the post is also an option if you aren't in love with the factory frames.

Links to the parts and tools used are below the embedded video. Click HERE for last week’s Mod Minute.

Parts & Tools Used:

Brownells Glock 19LS Slide & Barrel – Brownells Part # 078-000-421

Glock 19 Frame – Brownells Part # 100-030-062

Lone Wolf Glock Slide Completion Kit – Brownells Part # 100-803-023

Brownells 1" Gunsmith Hammer - Brownells Part # 818-600-100

Glock Channel Liner Tool – Brownells Part # 463-000-009

Glock 19 Recoil Spring – Brownells Part # 100-002-722

Glock Disassembly Tool – Brownells Part # 100-005-935

MGW Glock Sight Mover – Brownells Part # 584-045-017

Sevigny Fiber Optic Competition Sights – Brownells Part # 100-003-608

Glock Front Sight Tool – Brownells Part # 080-001-092

Loctite #242 Blue Thread Locker – Brownells Part # 532-242-006

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Since founding Firearm Rack in 2014 which evolved into Primer Peak in 2020, Patrick has been published by RECOIL, Ammoland, Gun Digest, The Firearm Blog, The Truth About Guns, Breach Bang Clear, Brownells, The Shooter's Log, and All Outdoor. When he isn't writing you can find him instructing handgun and AR-15 courses, training his dog Bear, or spending time with his son Liam. See what he is up to on his YouTube Channel, on Facebook, or on Instagram at @thepatrickroberts.

1 Comment

  1. Mine has trouble feeding the next round. I am wondering whether it needs a lower rate recoil spring. Does yours work reliably?

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