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Old 11-11-2011, 03:34 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a ghost trigger on their glock? I just installed my ghost rocket, and I have to say I cant tell any difference. Ill be going to the range in the morning to test out my new trigger and sights.

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Old 11-11-2011, 03:39 AM   #2
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Ghost. I am not an out of the box Glock fan, but I do think they flat put rounds downrange. ZERO argument there.

I would much appreciate a follow up report on how well it improves the base model if you can please.

Good luck!

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Update! I just got back from the range. I installed my ghost trigger last night. The ghost rocket isnt a drop in trigger but its easily adjusted to fit to your liking. I shot 200 rounds without any flaws. This is a 3.5 lb trigger but I dont notice the difference in pull. What I did notice is a much crisper break and much shorter reset. The first 4 shots I took went through the same hole at 15 yards. Im pretty happy with it and feel the ghost trigger is well worth the $40.

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I put the ghost trigger connector in my g17. Just brought it down to a 4.5# pull. I think it made a huge difference in my follow up shots as well as a crisper break. It does have a slightly shorter reset than stock. For $20 its the best accessory you can buy for a Glock.

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My Glock came with a "New York Trigger". I installed the Ghost 3.5 connector (drop in type) and Wolf springs with the help of a Youtube video. It is now a pleasure to shoot The trigger is smooth and lighter pull. A friend who shot my Glock before and after the Ghost upgrade sold his CZ 75 and bought a G 17 and Ghost kit.

I shoot at an indoor range and have let other Glock owners there try mine. So far they have all liked it. Well worth $25.95 delivered.

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I have a Ghost in my G17...I can tell a big difference. Especially with my follow up shots.

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My Glock came with a "New York Trigger". I installed the Ghost 3.5 connector (drop in type) and Wolf springs with the help of a Youtube video. It is now a pleasure to shoot The trigger is smooth and lighter pull. A friend who shot my Glock before and after the Ghost upgrade sold his CZ 75 and bought a G 17 and Ghost kit.

I shoot at an indoor range and have let other Glock owners there try mine. So far they have all liked it. Well worth $25.95 delivered.
If you've got the NY1 trigger, try removing the spring. It'll make it even better.
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I have the Ghost 3.5 connector in both my 20 & 22 models. Love it. Made the trigger pull crisp and consistent.

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That connector only lightens pull. Doesn't change reset.

The Glockworx v3 connector is the best I've used.

My pull is about 2#. But I've also reground the angles on the trigger bar, changed springs, and installed the lone wolf trigger stop housing.

I've also got a design that will eliminate the take up. It feels like a 1911 trigger.


I let the guy at WWW.glocktriggers.com try it. He didn't like it. But why would he? It's a huge improvement over his best trigger job.

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