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Old 10-06-2011, 13:01   #1
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trigger stops

i had seen some companies [Ghost TCT] have trigger stop connectors to eliminate over travel on Glock triggers. all of my 1911s have them built in to the trigger shoe and they seem to make a real difference shooting, even with a little extra travel adjusted in for reliability. seeing that the Ghost connectors can do the same for a Glocks had me wondering why this wouldn't be a good idea for a SD pistol? would there be any reliability issues that you know of.
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Old 10-09-2011, 21:07   #2
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Trigger stops can be adjusted to completely stop the trigger.... thereby making it about as good as a rock.
If you install a part you are responsible to verify it is reliable and functions flawless. Once it is verified.... you can do anything you like with it, including carry.
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