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koxx.dta
09-29-2011, 1:06 AM
glock fulcrum trigger...pro's con's any experiences?

locosway
09-29-2011, 1:54 AM
Intended purpose?

Race gun? Sure, if you like it.

Defensive or range gun? Nope, stay stock.

koxx.dta
09-29-2011, 2:00 AM
just want a really crisp trigger for range/hd

locosway
09-29-2011, 2:01 AM
just want a really crisp trigger for range/hd

Run a "-" connector and a NY1 trigger spring.

HighLander51
09-29-2011, 5:27 AM
The GlokWorx fulcrum is one of the best of the drop in triggers, but the Vogel triggers are really nice also. I have run both of them in USPSA, and they would be good for a range gun, but I would not use aftermarket parts in a carry gun.

The 3.5 lb connector usually, but not always, reduces the trigger pull weight, however you will never turn a Glock into a 1911. You just have to pull the trigger about 50,000 times and it will seem normal then...



http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=27178/Product/FULCRUM_TRIGGER_SYSTEM_for_GLOCK_reg_

http://www.glocktriggers.com/

shadow65
09-29-2011, 6:15 AM
I bought the Fulcrum for my Gen 4 G 27. Liked it enough to buy a second for my Gen 3 G 23.
The trigger shoe is wider and flater, which I like. Mine was set perfectly from the factory. Short reset, short take up.
But what I really like about it is the smooth, non stacking pull. You have to get used to it after pulling a stock Glock trigger. It just pulls right through.
I've tried nearly every combination of connector and spring. Yes, the pull is reduced, but never felt good. It was always mushy, never crisp.
Mine is as close to a 1911 as is possible I believe.
Best feeling Glock set up I've ever used and it is on my carry weapon. It has been very reliable. I didn't go for the 2lb trigger pull for carry. I do have right at 3.5lb.
On my G 23 I did add a little take up for some amount of safety.
I don't buy into the "leave it stock if it's a Glock" No other pistol is told to be left stock. Revolvers, 1911's, DA/SA semi auto's are tuned all the time. But when it comes to a Glock, some think if you don't like the trigger pull, you don't know how to shoot. I disagree.
Dave N

ChaneRZ
09-29-2011, 10:09 AM
I do have one, and it has a very nice reset and short pull. trigger pull is 3 pounds on mine.
http://i1108.photobucket.com/albums/h413/chanerz12/photo-2.jpg

hkdad
09-29-2011, 10:16 AM
highly recommended!:thumbsup:

HighLander51
09-29-2011, 10:49 AM
I do have one, and it has a very nice reset and short pull. trigger pull is 3 pounds on mine.

Just curios, what trigger pull gage did you use to measure it with?

Is the rear sight a fiber optic?

ChaneRZ
09-29-2011, 12:11 PM
trijicon
i use this one http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=9961/Product/PREMIUM-TRIGGER-PULL-GAUGE

JaeOne3345
09-29-2011, 12:54 PM
Great trigger. My buddy I compete with uses one. I personally have Vanek trigger in my G34 and they feel very similar.

....but....don't let anyone tell you a Fulcrum or Vanek Glock trigger feels anything like a 1911.

I own an STI 2011 with a nice tuned SVI trigger, and lemme tell you, there is no comparison. I own both platforms.

HighLander51
09-29-2011, 2:16 PM
trijicon
i use this one http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=9961/Product/PREMIUM-TRIGGER-PULL-GAUGE

Trijicons, you are right. I have a whole bunch of those and have never looked at the front before....That is a very nice trigger gage!

HighLander51
09-29-2011, 2:20 PM
I own an STI 2011 with a nice tuned SVI trigger, and lemme tell you, there is no comparison. I own both platforms.

Jae is just saying that because he did so much better at the last Norco USPSA match with his shinny new STI.... I had to run the video camera on super high speed capture mode otherwise it would just be a blur.......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDX1jqKnytg

Mr.1904
09-29-2011, 3:06 PM
Run a "-" connector and a NY1 trigger spring.

This

Nowwhat
09-29-2011, 7:29 PM
Fulcrum trigger is for play only...

Mine went bad after 1000-ish rounds...and the reset is soft...

Back to all stock parts...(-) connector...polish job...springs...