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Old 08-16-2011, 22:25   #1
swstiles
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S Shaped trigger Spring

Hi guys
This is my first post. I read an old article(I think it was an old article that was by Massad Oyoob). One of the few writers that I trust what he says and he says that he has seen several of the "S" shaped triggers springs break and he recomended the NY-1 trigger spring (for other benefits besides never seeing one of them break) Anyway I purchased an NY-1 trigger spring and when I went to install it the spring that I took out was a coil spring. I have a G33 gen3. So my question is about this "S" shaped trigger spring he is taking about. Was this something on ealier generation glocks?
Steve
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Old 08-16-2011, 22:51   #2
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Yes that was an old article. The point he brought out regarding coil spring breakage is no longer valid. the breakage was attributed to a small hole in the leg of the trigger bar. The hole was enlarged and the issue went away.
You can run a NY (2 types) or coil spring (S type) in any Glock pistol. Play with all 3 and keep the one that performs to your liking!
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