NY1 and 3.5 Connector

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Heart-ShapedGlasses, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. Heart-ShapedGlasses

    Heart-ShapedGlasses New Member

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    So I installed the LWD 3.5 connector and NY1 trigger spring on my G21SF, and my Glock wont work, the trigger bar slips off the connector and there is a thud when I pull the trigger and it doesnt release the firing pin. If i push my Glock tool into the cutout in the back of the slide and hold the connector in place I can get the trigger to release and I can dissasemble the gun,

    I messed with this for about an hour last night and tried every combination I could with the 5 and 3.5 connector and with the NY1 and stock trigger spring and the only combination that DOESN'T work is the 3.5 and NY1 spring.

    Also I looked and others have this issue but to strip the gun with the NY1 spring I have to pull the trigger, release the slide lock and then pull the trigger back again to release the slide, common I guess with the NY1 spring?
     
  2. westernamerican

    westernamerican New Member

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    Tell you how mine works soon as I get the NY1 I just ordered.....
     

  3. westernamerican

    westernamerican New Member

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    Maybe the NY1 will grow on me, but right now I must say I am not impressed! :( :rolleyes: :D
     
  4. westernamerican

    westernamerican New Member

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    Removed and went back with OEM Trigger setup! :D
     
  5. dglockster

    dglockster New Member

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    Ditto except I kept the 3.5# connector.
     
  6. westernamerican

    westernamerican New Member

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    I put the 3.5# LWD connector on all my GLOCKs! :D
     
  7. Captain38

    Captain38 New Member

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    I use NOTHING BUT original factory internal parts in MY Glocks and they're ALL set up the same way:

    3 1/2 connectors plus the NY1

    Trijicon night sights

    Glock extended slide stops except for my G36

    I have NEVER had a single problem of any kind with any of my Glocks that wasn't due strictly to OPERATOR ERROR!