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Old 09-22-2009, 3:46 PM
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The G19 is in jail right now till next week. While I think about it, I want to get the trigger pull down to about 3-3 1/2 lbs.

The smith at Ammo Bros was busy when I was there, but does anyone know how much it would cost me?

Or does anyone have any recommendations on where to get it done?

If there are smiths on here that want the job let me know.

I am not a mach shooter or anything close to it, just want a lighter trigger pull.
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You don't need to waste money at a gunsmith to lighten a Glock trigger. $9 will get you around 3.5lbs and a bit of polishing. Get a 3.5lb connector first:

http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...tNumber=960149

Don't forget to get a set of decal grips; huge improvement in controllability:

http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...tNumber=972959

You can leave it at just the connector, or improve it a bit:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpChV_vfgzo
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Zev Tech connector. It's a simple installation and does wonders for the trigger. I put it in all my Glocks.
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www.pistolgear.com and www.triggerkit.com both sell drop-in kits for $75. I have them in my Glocks, and they're pretty good.

Otherwise, ditto the lighter connector + "$0.25 trigger job" (polishing).

It's pretty simple, but if you need help (installation, polishing), PM me.

(ETA: Whoops, pistolgear doesn't carry Glock kits anymore. )
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www.pistolgear.com and www.triggerkit.com both sell drop-in kits for $75. I have them in my Glocks, and they're pretty good.

Otherwise, ditto the lighter connector + "$0.25 trigger job" (polishing).

It's pretty simple, but if you need help (installation, polishing), PM me.

(ETA: Whoops, pistolgear doesn't carry Glock kits anymore. )
Might want to take a look at your other link as well
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Glockworkz has some pretty impressive stuff PM Yar.
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Glockworkz has some pretty impressive stuff PM Yar.

i ordered a few goodies from there tonight!
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The G19 is in jail right now till next week. While I think about it, I want to get the trigger pull down to about 3-3 1/2 lbs.

The smith at Ammo Bros was busy when I was there, but does anyone know how much it would cost me?

Or does anyone have any recommendations on where to get it done?

If there are smiths on here that want the job let me know.

I am not a mach shooter or anything close to it, just want a lighter trigger pull.
You can do that yourself and while your waiting you can order the parts

I have a G19 and I really like but to get there I changed some other parts to get it to just right. 3.5# connector, extended slide stop lever, extended mag release, rigid guide rod insert and I replaced the rear sight with with Trijicon 2-dot day sight to give me a 3 dot sight picture.

I have well over 500 rounds thru it now and it puts 10 rounds into a 3" cluster shooting unsupported.

Congrats your new gun.
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I ended up getting

Zev Tech Race Connector
Competition Spring Kit
Glockmeister Channel Block
Hogue Grip
Glock T-Shirt!

This should get me going
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I ended up getting

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Competition Spring Kit
Glockmeister Channel Block
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Glock T-Shirt!

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You forgot the Glock hat!
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You forgot the Glock hat!
And the flitz!

Nice list Dave. You can also use a combination of stock vs. comp spring depending on how light or crisp you want your Glock trigger to be.

Also, beveling the plunger in the slide helps smoothen things up a bit as well.
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You forgot the Glock hat!
well. i ordered a sweatshirt and t-shirt. lol

and Richard....u can help me get more accurate with this thing. imma need it
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well. i ordered a sweatshirt and t-shirt. lol

and Richard....u can help me get more accurate with this thing. imma need it
I can try, but Bambam-31 (Mike) is the handgun marksman in our group. You'd be much better served under his instruction.

If you can, get some Flitz, Simi-Chrome or other metal polishing compound to polish the contact points on the connector and triggerbar This is for the " 25 cent trigger job" which will help smooth out the trigger.
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i have some never-dull. i think i saw that used on youtube

what kinda trigger work did you have done on your glock? i remember shooting it that last time i saw you there. too bad i can't hit the 100yrd steel like you guys though
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I believe Rich has the Voo-special Glock trigger.
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I have a triggerkit.com kit (new triggerbar, new springs and beveled plunger I mentioned earlier) with a Ghost Rocket 3.5# connector on my G34. I think my trigger and striker spring is from Wolff however.

My G17 uses a triggerkit.com trigger with a LWD 3.5# connector, also with the Wolff trigger and striker spring. It's not nearly as crisp as my G34 though. One complaint I have is that 3.5# connectors, while it lightens up the trigger also makes the trigger really spongy and vague. My G34 has a distinct take-up, with a very clean break. My G17 feels like a revolver trigger with a short travel, I hate it. That's why I mentioned playing around with factory and competition springs, since the heavier weight will also make it less spongy.

I've used Scherer, LWD, Ghost and Glock's 3.5# connectors, only the Ghost has what I've been looking for.
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I don't hate my Glock that much.
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I have a triggerkit.com kit (new triggerbar, new springs and beveled plunger I mentioned earlier) with a Ghost Rocket 3.5# connector on my G34. I think my trigger and striker spring is from Wolff however.

My G17 uses a triggerkit.com trigger with a LWD 3.5# connector, also with the Wolff trigger and striker spring. It's not nearly as crisp as my G34 though. One complaint I have is that 3.5# connectors, while it lightens up the trigger also makes the trigger really spongy and vague. My G34 has a distinct take-up, with a very clean break. My G17 feels like a revolver trigger with a short travel, I hate it. That's why I mentioned playing around with factory and competition springs, since the heavier weight will also make it less spongy.

I've used Scherer, LWD, Ghost and Glock's 3.5# connectors, only the Ghost has what I've been looking for.

I was looking at triggerkit.com and they closed down!
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I don't hate my Glock that much.
bastadssssss!!! both you and mikeyyyy

I'd go to mikey for sharpshooting instruction..he's ridiculously accurate.. of course rich is no slouch either, except rich is just a whore for crisp/clean triggers..

I've done the .25 cent job and Im running an almost stock setup in terms of springs and parts. If you're doing slow fire stuff at the range, you'll notice the difference between stock and polished. If you're running around, shooting competitively, then the stock 3.5 connector is more than capable.

I've tried most of the big names out there.. Vanek, (both of his high end and production triggers) Triggerkit, and Glockworx. While better than stock, they dont' work miracles. I'd bet money that if you gave Mikey a stock #7 connector, he would still out bullseye everyone in the group.. Me included.. Well.. there was this one time when Mikey started to put his gun away a little toooooo soon..

IMHO, it's more about the indian and less about the bow..
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What the heck?! That's a bummer. Hopefully they'll open up shop again since the site is still running. Honestly I don't notice too much difference between theirs and stock. You'll reach 90% of the "kit" with a basic wolff spring swap and 3.5# connector of your choice. The beveled plunger was a really nice tough though and does make a difference.



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bastadssssss!!! both you and mikeyyyy

I'd go to mikey for sharpshooting instruction..he's ridiculously accurate.. of course rich is no slouch either, except rich is just a whore for crisp/clean triggers..

I've done the .25 cent job and Im running an almost stock setup in terms of springs and parts. If you're doing slow fire stuff at the range, you'll notice the difference between stock and polished. If you're running around, shooting competitively, then the stock 3.5 connector is more than capable.

I've tried most of the big names out there.. Vanek, (both of his high end and production triggers) Triggerkit, and Glockworx. While better than stock, they dont' work miracles. I'd bet money that if you gave Mikey a stock #7 connector, he would still out bullseye everyone in the group.. Me included.. Well.. there was this one time when Mikey started to put his gun away a little toooooo soon..

IMHO, it's more about the indian and less about the bow..

LOL, Agreed.

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Black Majik's G34 trigger is sweet. If you end up getting the trigger kit or 3.5lb. connector, I can help you install it. It's so easy a caveman can do it.

Where you at? San Gabriel?
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Where you at? San Gabriel?
I am in Montebello. I should be able to do this myself. seems pretty easy

But you might get a message if I get stuck somewhere
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That's the great thing about Glocks; you don't need to throw alot of money at it to enhance it. Point of diminishing returns is right around $10 for the action.
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I'd go to mikey for sharpshooting instruction..he's ridiculously accurate.. of course rich is no slouch either, except rich is just a whore for crisp/clean triggers..

I've done the .25 cent job and Im running an almost stock setup in terms of springs and parts. If you're doing slow fire stuff at the range, you'll notice the difference between stock and polished. If you're running around, shooting competitively, then the stock 3.5 connector is more than capable.

I've tried most of the big names out there.. Vanek, (both of his high end and production triggers) Triggerkit, and Glockworx. While better than stock, they dont' work miracles. I'd bet money that if you gave Mikey a stock #7 connector, he would still out bullseye everyone in the group.. Me included.. Well.. there was this one time when Mikey started to put his gun away a little toooooo soon..

IMHO, it's more about the indian and less about the bow..
This is true. While uber-expensive Glock trigger jobs are nice, it is a bit of a diminishing returns thing trying to get the Glock trigger to resemble a 1911. The 3.5# connector and 25 cent trigger job will get you close enough, for slow or rapid fire. You'd be better off focusing more on proper grip and trigger control.
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picked me up 750 rds of umc 9mm and 500 rds american eagle. get to see how this badboy shoots on Thursday night!
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I found the 3.5 Shaerer to be good for tactical shoots, but yes, it is spongey. However you're shooting fast so it's not an issue. It's better to keep the gun still while you're focusing on quick shots. I can still feel the reset, so that's not an issue either.

I would like to play around with different springs and stuff eventually.
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I've used Scherer, LWD, Ghost and Glock's 3.5# connectors, only the Ghost has what I've been looking for.
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Go with the Ghost Rocket. From what I've gathered and those I know with Glocks the Ghost Rocket seems to be the best way to improve the pull on a Glock for the least amount of money.

It's not a drop in and does require some fitting.

Get it directly from: http://www.ghostblock.com/
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The Schaerer trigger connector is $7, to me that's the best bang for the buck.
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This is the source for the best Glock trigger system, imo:

http://www.vanekcustom.com/index.html
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got my G19 today and did a full detail strip. Installed the Zeb Tech 3.5lb connector and competition spring kit. feels nice with snap caps. now to see how it is downrange
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3.5lbs on a glock is pretty darn light. felt good though. no malfunctions of any kind shooting AE & UMC. maybe 120 rounds total
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