Trigger spring for G22. Done everything else.

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by fastline, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. fastline

    fastline New Member

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    Here is what I have done so far.

    Lighten recoil spring to reduce muzzle lift
    Lighten striker spring to help reduce trigger pull
    polished all contact points in trigger geom
    thinned, annealed, and bent OE connector to reduce slide friction
    Super light spring on safety pin
    Etc, a few other small things.

    I am wondering if adding the heavier spring on the trigger will help much in my efforts to reduce pull force? I am very happy in the direction I am headed and really feels like it will be very reliable where it is now.

    Anything I missed in the trigger job? If the spring is a good idea at this point, where can I get one on the cheap?
     
  2. Logan2302

    Logan2302 New Member

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    After all that it'll still be a g22
     

  3. billdeserthills

    billdeserthills New Member

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    From what I have heard the G-22 is a very accurate gun, Sorry but I can't say about the spring
     
  4. M14sRock

    M14sRock New Member

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    The G22 needs a beefier recoil spring, not a lighter one.

    If you want a lighter trigger pull, get a 3.5lb connector. And never bend the trigger connector on a Glock.