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JaredJamison1
09-10-2010, 11:51 AM
Do you have to replace the firing pin spring to get a true 3.5 lb trigger pull?

Thank You.

Shady
09-10-2010, 1:54 PM
I didnt on mine
3.5 pull is awesome

thevic
09-10-2010, 2:02 PM
My cousin asked me if you can replace the glock trigger so it does not have the little trigger saftey on it.

Can you?

jdewolf
09-10-2010, 2:26 PM
You can modify the stock trigger. Look at the "safety" mechanism on the trigger. It's not all that complex at all.

I'll laugh however when your cousin shoots himself in the leg...

Then again I'd love to see another "Glock Leg" thread.

Shady
09-10-2010, 2:27 PM
glock leg has nothing to do with a glock

nazgulnarsil
09-10-2010, 2:28 PM
you pretty much never need to re-holster under stress right? so take your damn time. for IWB i completely remove the holster to get everything re-situated.

jdewolf
09-10-2010, 2:32 PM
glock leg has nothing to do with a glock

Dude... you have no idea what you're talking about...

Seriously...

Don't you know those things blow up!

:p

PS I'm a Glock owner, so I'm just f'n with you.

I'm just waiting for GD to post up a picture of his damn Gen 4 or the Glock function & mushroom cloud one :D

Dubels
09-10-2010, 2:36 PM
Do you have to replace the firing pin spring to get a true 3.5 lb trigger pull?

Thank You.

No you do not. I have a smooth and light pull from my 3.5 lb trigger connector. All I did was installed the trigger and a polish job. If you are going to replace other internal parts you should not go with the OEM 3.5 trigger connector and go with one of the other kits that come with all those parts.