These early unmarked parts are for Glock .40 Cal 2-pin models 22, 23 and 24. But it is also made for Glock 3 pin pistol models chambered in 9mm, .40 and .357.


Up for sale are Used early Unmarked Glock OEM Factory parts. These parts consists of a Slide Stop Lever & Spring SP02919, Slide Lock 301 and a magazine catch release 287. These are early Gen 1 and/or Gen 2 Glock parts. These were then and are now made for the 2-Pins chambered in .40 caliber models 22, 23 and 24 and 3-Pin models chambered in 9mm, .40 and .357.


Yes, all of these parts fit, function and were made for not only 3-pin models chambered in 9mm, .40, .357, but also for  2-Pin models chambered in .40 caliber.


These are Unmarked and are for either collectors and for someone wanting nice used early made parts for their Glock pistol. These will work in current Glock pistols in the configurations mentioned above as well as the older ones.


See the details below on how I learned from Glock Technical Services that this slide stop lever works, fits and was made for the 2-Pin .40 cal pistols as well as the 3-Pins chambered in 9mm, .40 and .357.


I had a customer ask if I had a slide stop lever for his 2-pin G23. I did a quick check on the Glock Certified Armorer’s Parts Order Form and I did not see an SSL (Slide Stop Lever) that was specifically listed for a 2-pin .40 caliber Glock. So, I called Glock Inc. and spoke to a guy in Technical Services and told him what I was looking for. He told me that the standard SSL #2919 and extended SSL #7496 for 3-pin models chambered in 9mm/40/357 are also the ones used and made for the early 2-pin .40 caliber pistols, even though they are not listed as such on the Glock Armorer's Certified Parts Order Form. He also said that back when the 2-Pin .40 caliber pistols were made, this part was unmarked, which totally made sense to me, because I have several older 2919 SSL's that are indeed unmarked. He further stated that there are actually only two, 2-pin slide stop levers listed in Glock Certified Armorer's Parts Order Form (399 Standard & 7489 Extended). And they are only made for the 2 pin 9mm pistols. Which is a little confusing since Glock made other 2-Pin pistols, which were chambered in .40 (G22 G23 G24). The customer I told you about at the beginning of this paragraph bought an extended SSL #7496 from me for his 2-Pin G23 in .40 caliber and he said it fit like a glove and functioned perfectly. 


And yes, this slide stop lever was and still is made for the 2-Pin .40 caliber Glock pistols, along with the 3-Pin models chambered in 9mm, .40 and .357., even though the 2-pin's chambered in .40 caliber are not listed under this 2919 SSL. This reminds me of the missing Glock 45 GAP Trigger Housings (8203 & 5406) that are only listed for pistols chambered in 45 ACP and the 10mm pistols, but those 2 trigger housings are indeed made for the 45 GAP pistols as well. :)


If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me.


I do not have any factory papers of packaging for this item. Yours will be shipped inside a small zip lock style bag.


Please see the high resolution photos for condition.


Thank you for looking at my listing.

Glock Gen 1 & 2 Unmarked 2919 301 287 Parts for 2-Pin .40 & 3-Pin 9mm .40 & .357

SKU: unmarked2919-301-287usedset#1

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