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What Is Glock Trigger Stacking?

Posted 12-08-2012 at 05:14 by Arc Angel
Updated 02-04-2013 at 08:14 by Arc Angel

Whenever a Glock, ‘Safe-Action’ trigger is pressed - but NOT pressed all the way to the rear, thus, fully releasing the striker lug - the mechanical relationship between the sear, and the striker lug changes.

The edge of the sear does NOT return to the exact same spot it was in, higher up, on the striker lug before either light, or repeated pressure was applied to the trigger, and/or trigger bar.

This is the reason, ‘Why’ the sear’s, ‘kick plate’ angle has been changed on new 4th generation, and current 3rd generation Glock trigger bars.

It is, also, the reason, ‘Why’ newer Glock pistols require dot (‘.’) connectors in order to duplicate the lighter feel of earlier 3rd generation Glocks.

[COLOR=RED]ADVISORY:[/COLOR] I am NOT a Certified Glock Armorer! (I'm only that armorer which Gaston Glock has forced me to become.) ;)
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