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Old 06-26-2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Recently installed a ghost trigger kit on my Glock 23 Gen 4. I took it out yesterday and i noticed that the reset is VERY sluggish. One time I had to actually take my finger and put it to get it to reset. It felt like the trigger safety was getting hung. Any info for me?



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I don't know this particular trigger. But does it have a stronger trigger spring? When I just upgraded my trigger bar to a Lone Wolf 3.5-lb. trigger, I also upgraded the trigger spring to a 6-lb. spring. It definitely provided a more positive reset with more power, not less.

Does your trigger kit have an upgraded trigger spring?



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I don't know this particular trigger. But does it have a stronger trigger spring? When I just upgraded my trigger bar to a Lone Wolf 3.5-lb. trigger, I also upgraded the trigger spring to a 6-lb. spring. It definitely provided a more positive reset with more power, not less.

Does your trigger kit have an upgraded trigger spring?
Yes it does have an upgraded trigger spring. I need to break it down tomorrow and see what it does. I actually have the ghost springs, but the lone wolf trigger bar
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Probably simply removing it and being really careful when reinstalling it should work it out.

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