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Old 05-02-2014, 03:57 AM   #1
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Besides trigger work have you done anything internally to your glock?

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Old 05-02-2014, 04:10 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by kiabe1 View Post
Besides trigger work have you done anything internally to your glock?
No. I once tried the Ghost 3.5, but I was not happy with it.

I would like to try replacing the striker pre-cock mechanism with a full cock, FPS and a manual safety and see if that helps the crappy trigger.

Something has to work. I did a complete swapout for a 1911.

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Besides trigger work have you done anything internally to your glock?
Depends on which Glock I'm talking about. I've done trigger work on all of them except my new G42 and I will do that soon. Other than that, I have polished all the internal parts that are metal, but all of those are parts of the ignition system so they are part of the "trigger" system. I replace the recoil springs every few thousand rounds but only with factory replacement parts. I bought a KKM barrel and had it threaded by AWC for my suppressor, but that's about it.
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I ripped out all Glock components. I put in the Pyramid skelotonized striker with a 4lbs spring, titanium plunger and new spring, titanium guide rod, and new barrel. I replaced the trigger as well with a Pyramid. All pins, and extended all controls. I was never a fan of Glock ,so I figured if I got one, I would see if I can make it better. It feels like a different pistol all together now. ImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1419895514.642866.jpgImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1419895522.587141.jpgImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1419895531.128889.jpgImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1419895539.171403.jpgImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1419895547.056739.jpg
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