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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by kiabe1, May 1, 2014.
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.
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.
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.