I would most likely never even noticed the trigger serrations on my G19 trigger if it was not talked about on GT. It never bothered me at all - thought some folks obsessing over the little edges on the trigger were making something out of nothing.
Then I got a G21 with a smooth trigger.
After a few range trips - those SHARP JAGGED DAGGERS on the G19 trigger had to go.
So I ordered a smooth trigger and a spring from Midway.
Got my new trigger & trigger spring late yesterday - got up this morning and decided I would "do the job".
Spring looked fine - but I figured why not start off with a new one - keep the old one as a spare.
Less than 10 minutes later (most of which was cleaning) job is done.
I have not test fired it yet - but all seems good when I dry fire.
I was looking forward to spending a little quality time
"gunsmithing" my Glock - this job was too easy - and am a little bit disappointed that there was not more challenge.
I have had the gun about 5 years - never done more than a field strip - the area around the trigger had some crud built up - it needed to be cleaned - I think I may over oil a little.