Originally Posted by Gh0zt36
To be fair I believe he said an after market trigger group is why they wouldn't inspect it . The firing pin saftey spring is in the slide . Could have very well been a defective spring.
Do any of you know if glock manufactures their springs or do they sub to a spring maker ?
I really don't understand how people can be convinced that they need lighter springs or firing pins to "decrease lock time" or "increase accuracy" in a combat weapon.
What possible use does something like that have on a compact concealed carry pistol?
How far could you realistically expect to shoot someone with a compact pistol?
It just doesn't make sense to me.