Glock Full Auto Switch
A Glock Switch (Glock Auto SEAR or Glock full auto conversion) is a plastic or metal switch that is attached to the rear of a Glock’s slide to make the handgun fully automatic.
This Full Automatic Switch turn a Glock handgun into a mini-machine gun making it a full automatic pistol as it is capable of firing multiple shots continuously Here at Buy Best Guns Online Store, we have the highly demanded Semi/Full Automatic Glock Handgun Switch.
The Glock full auto switch is compatible with the following models:
- Glock 17
- Glock 19
- Glock 26
- Glock 23
- Glock 43
- Nearly all Glock models convert to full auto
A Glock switch opens up whats known as the SEAR(the component that only allows the pistol to fire once per trigger pull) to now make the gun full auto.
How Does Glock Auto Sear Work
Glock full auto switch as follows, “As a switch, it would just snap on to the back of the gun and switch it from semi-automatic to full auto”.
“It has a standard backplate…and a sear on the inside of the gun, which stops the gun from firing more than one round at a time as the trigger is pulled”
The Glock auto sear disconnects the mechanism allowing the gun to fire at a fully automatic rate.
How to Install Switch on a Glock
A standard Glock full autoswitch consist of three parts:
Conversion Back Plate or End Cap
Pull back the slide on your Glock and get it to the locked open position.
Place a small screwdriver beetween the metal firing pin notch and the plastic firing pin jacket.
Use the screwdriver to lever the plastic firing pin jacket away from the metal firing pin notch.
While holding back the firing pin jacket, remove the end cap or back plate by liting and prying away from the back of the Glock.
You should now see the tiny spring loaded extractor plunger
Take the assembled Glockswitch and using the screwdriver again pry the plastic firing pin jacket away from the metal firing pin notch
insert the aGlock switch where the previous end cap was installed.
Use the screwdriver to push the spring loaded extractor plunger to allow the full auto sear to snap into Place
You now will need to “rack” the slide back and forthe 15 – 20 times to ensure there is a channel for the disconnector in the frame of the aGlock
Set the selector switch to desired rate semi or full auto
Test fire your full auto Glock