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Old 05-13-2013, 08:56   #1
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LIGHTNING STRIKE - ALUMINUM TRIGGER for GLOCK

Are these any good? I hate my plastic trigger on my glock. Also is there better?


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Old 05-13-2013, 09:09   #2
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http://www.glockworx.com/Products.aspx?CAT=3688
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Old 05-13-2013, 09:28   #3
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Ouch. High priced eh?


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Old 05-13-2013, 09:34   #4
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And $100 for the LS unit is not?

The high end triggers will all be pricey, same with my APEX Forward Set Sear trigger kit in my M&P's, over $130 for just the parts.
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Old 05-13-2013, 10:18   #5
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Yep ls high too but I like what I see on this one. In stock at brownell's. ordered


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Yep ls high too but I like what I see on this one. In stock at brownell's. ordered


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+1 on this one.

I spent a the money and bought the whole set up for my 17. I love the trigger. I have ony shot it with the 3lbs pull but it is amazing.


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Old 05-13-2013, 11:02   #8
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+1 on this one.

I spent a the money and bought the whole set up for my 17. I love the trigger. I have ony shot it with the 3lbs pull but it is amazing.


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When one of my pistols for sale goes and I have another Glock in hands I will be giving this same setup a run for it.

I would appreciate any first hand input on it's performance, via pm is fine if you'd prefer.

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I have the whole lightning strike setup on my G34. Ti striker, plunger, Maxhibed trigger, and lightened springs. 2.8 lb pull.


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$150. for a trigger? I'll take a used Sigma for that!
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Old 05-13-2013, 12:22   #11
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$150. for a trigger? I'll take a used Sigma for that!
I have installed dozens of competition triggers because some people enjoy them.

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Old 05-13-2013, 13:01   #12
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$150. for a trigger? I'll take a used Sigma for that!
. . . because nothing says "great trigger" like a Sigma.
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. . . because nothing says "great trigger" like a Sigma.
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When one of my pistols for sale goes and I have another Glock in hands I will be giving this same setup a run for it.

I would appreciate any first hand input on it's performance, via pm is fine if you'd prefer.

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I haven't gotten to run it in a competition like I have wanted to yet but it runs great on paper. My next competition isn't until June 29.

The pull is consistent all the way until the break and the reset is very very short, followed by a short consistent pull. The trigger is 100% what it advertises. The only difference is that I bought it from midway because it was cheaper and came with the titanium plunger. From glockworx it says stainless steel with their kit. I think it may be even cheaper at brownells but don't know.

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I haven't gotten to run it in a competition like I have wanted to yet but it runs great on paper. My next competition isn't until June 29.

The pull is consistent all the way until the break and the reset is very very short, followed by a short consistent pull. The trigger is 100% what it advertises. The only difference is that I bought it from midway because it was cheaper and came with the titanium plunger. From glockworx it says stainless steel with their kit. I think it may be even cheaper at brownells but don't know.

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Appreciate the info will search for your thread with the pics.
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Glockworx is awesome. I had a hard time ponying up the first time. Then it hurts more when you want to take care of more models. Love the stuff!
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. . . because nothing says "great trigger" like a Sigma.
You got me there! I had 2 Sigmas and smoothed out the triggers best I could and they were great shooters. Smooth but still long and hard. They were 100% reliable and great self defense weapons. If the ***** hits the fan we will all be pulling the trigger, not squeeeezzzing and won't notice the long and hard part. Shooting paper is easy, it's not moving or returning fire!
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