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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing Forum' started by KJL, Dec 30, 2014.
Glock Trigger Job
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$26 for the Ghost trigger kit-
An (hole in your) arm and a leg!
Thank you, I'll be here all week.
Actually, be careful with a very light trigger and no manual safety.
Light connector---I'm partial to Lone Wolf
Extra power trigger spring
Light safety plunger spring or clip a coil or two from stock
Round and polish safety plunger
Polish the &*^%$ out of everything that rubs.
That will get you down close to 3. Put in a reduced power
striker spring to drop it a bit more if you want, I prefer the stock one.
Now dry fire it about a thousand times.
Triggers are funny---a S-M-O-O-T-H 4 lb + trigger will feel lots better than
a gritty stacking jerky 3 lb - trigger.
I'll go with what eatmydust and BillM have to say on this issue.
The Glock doesn't need a spiffy trigger. It's not a target pistol. Any attempt to turn the Glock into a target pistol will result in it being not particularly suitable for much of anything else.
If you want a smoother trigger pull, that's understandable, but I wouldn't go any lighter than it already is.
I like mine. To each other own. The ghost trigger is a drop in kit. I say my trigger is smoother, lighter and does not pull my aim off target. It will not fire unless you squeeze the trigger. If you don't like it, you can change it back. There are video's on YouTube showing how to install it. There are always people on these forums that want to tell what is best for your gun. Decide for yourself.