FAQs

  • How do I ship my parts to GlockMagazines.com?
    • Disassemble your firearm and send only the parts that GlockMagazines will be gunsmithing. We will remove and re-install sights at no additional cost. The ATF permits you to send your firearms directly to a manufacturer for repair or refinishing. GlockMagazines.com, LLC holds a Federal Firearms License (FFL). You may send your firearms directly to us provided they are shipped through a carrier such as UPS (do not send your handgun lower receiver through USPS). Non-serialized parts such as a slides and barrels may be sent in any manner you like. We recommend insuring the package for the replacement cost of the firearm. Send all parts to GlockMagazines.com 9892 Titan Park Circle Unit #7 Littleton CO 80125.

  • Do you ship outside of the US?
    • Yes, we do ship outside of the United States. However, all international orders must be under $200 per ITAR 22 CFR 123.17(A) (not including shipping) and we do not ship any slides, barrels, Tritium sights or receivers out of the U.S. RockYourGlock.com is not responsible for lost or stolen packages that are shipped outside of the United States.

  • What type of graphics can I engrave on my Glock?
    • We can engrave any black and white line drawings or graphics. We cannot engrave pictures with shading or color.

  • What is your return policy?
    • Go here to view our return policy.

  • Why is the stock slide release so difficult to operate?
    • Because the slide release was not designed to be a 'release', but as it is correctly named: a 'slide stop lever'. The stock slide stop lever is designed to only lock back the slide, not release it. This is because the original design of the Glock pistol was to be used as a combat pistol and use the overhand technique to release the slide and charge the pistol. The extended slide stop lever is designed to be a slide release and enables the shooter to use their thumb to release the slide.

  • Where do I need to apply lubrication on my Glock?
    • Only on the parts that have metal to metal contact. ie: the slide rails, under the hook at the rear where the trigger bar rubs on the connector, on the outside of the barrel and the lug on the bottom of the barrel. Never in the magazine or around the firing pin channel or the breechface where the firing pin comes out. Go here to see the Glock Lubrication Points.

  • Do you offer dealer accounts?
    • Yes, we offer dealer accounts. for more information.

  • What is your privacy policy?
    • We value and safegaurd your privacy and all your personal information. We will never sell, rent or distribute any of your information. Go here to read our privacy policy.