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Old 01-28-2012, 11:36   #1
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Glockmeister Trigger Spring? - opinions please!

Has anyone had experience with using a GLOCK stock 3.5 lb connector with a Glockmeister trigger spring in a gen 3? I have a g21 with this connector and all polished surfaces that pretty sweet as is, but was wondering if this spring would have a positive effect or would be a waste of money and time.

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Old 01-29-2012, 11:27   #2
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I am using the set-up you describe with the heavier trigger spring from Glockmeister, and am very pleased. Mine is a g30. No problems of any kind in about 1,200 rnds.
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Old 01-29-2012, 14:43   #3
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Thanks cheapshot! Just wanted to improve trigger yet maintain full reliability. Too funny: I plan on purchasing my next GLOCK within the next couple of months and have already decided on a G30. Thanks again, Steve
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Old 01-29-2012, 14:48   #4
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I have a 19, 22, and 27 all three with that setup. Very happy with it. 7000 combined rounds and no problems. Over 3000 on the 19 alone.
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Old 01-29-2012, 15:37   #5
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Some have reported that the glock 3.5 connector, polish job, heavier trigger spring combination resulted in a "mushy" feeling trigger. I havn't found that in mine. Nice smooth pull with a clean break!
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Old 01-30-2012, 09:49   #6
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Sounds to me like this set up is going to fill the bill quite well. As far as the mushy feel reported by some, a GLOCK trigger is what it is and I don't expect it to feel like a 1911 custom. I do appreciate improvement and this sounds like just what I would want in an accurate combat pistol. Thanks again guys, I now feel confident with going ahead with the spring addition.
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Old 01-30-2012, 15:18   #7
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Glockmeister trigger spring reduces weight of pull by a half pound. Also, the GLOCK 3.5 lb connector has been re-named a 4.5 lb connector, as that is the amount it actually reduces pull to. A minus connector, competition trigger spring, and some polishing will reduce pull to 3.5 lbs
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Old 01-30-2012, 16:35   #8
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The minus connector and polishing, does the most.

The trigger spring advantage to above combo is subtle-- you could just do the above first, then add trigger spring after
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