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$0.25 trigger job !

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Glock191, Jan 27, 2006.

  1. Glock191

    Glock191 Minority

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    Is it a myth or a fact? What i meant is wether the polishing method really help in smoothing the glock's trigger? Let us know the experience of whoever have done it and how did you do that in details !! :)
     
  2. What is the "polishing method"? What Glock parts do you polish?
     


  3. jerrytrini

    jerrytrini

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    The disconnector, trigger bar etc that tend to contact to another metal part. Use the finest grit of sandpaper. If only I could show you......
     
  4. Oh OK.

    I suppose it would work since you are eliminating friction by polishing contact areas.
     
  5. Kuyang Jerry -

    Arent you supposed to be preparing for your date tonight already?

    You will be meeting a lot of "friends" so you better look your best. ;f ;f
     
  6. Alexii

    Alexii Janeway Forever

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    Yup, tried it on my G19 (sold). It was surprisingly easy to do once you understand the workings of its trigger system. As Jerry mentioned, use the finest grade of sandpaper. In my case, I started with the 600 grit and finished with the 1000 grit. I then used the AUTOSOL brand of polishing compound (from True Value) applied with Q-tips to polish the contact areas of the trigger. Repeat entire process until the contact areas are smooth, shiny, and burr-free.

    Be careful not to reshape the parts and take it easy on 'em sandpapers! Slow is good. You can't put metal back on the parts. Good luck!
     
  7. MR_BIG

    MR_BIG

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    well, did the sandpaper bit with the 3.5 connector, even cut some coils off the striker spring, tested it first on factory ammo, 200rds, no problem, sa reloads medyo may light primer strikes, 2 on every 100 rounds. just keep the striker channel clean. you wont have any problems.
     
  8. Sounds good.

    Gotta give it a try one of these days. :)
     
  9. mc_oliver

    mc_oliver

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    Dre, when that day finally comes, and at the rate that you're shooting, self-polished na yang mga parts mo. ;);f
     
  10. RATRAT

    RATRAT

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    Sounds good.

    Gotta give it a try one of these days.
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    Dre, when that day finally comes, and at the rate that you're shooting, self-polished na yang mga parts mo.



    I second the motion,kita ko putok si Sir Django,i think the point of contact between the connector and the trigger bar of his glock is already smooth sa dami at bilis ng putok..;I ..im sure its already smooth and at the right places of contact pa!;+
     
  11. Taurus

    Taurus

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    I tried it and it works for me. There is a noticeable smoother trigger pull and is well worth the effort.
     
  12. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Abaaaa nangalikot na rin si atty. ;f
     
  13. Taurus

    Taurus

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    Take it easy. Like I told Gundog, I'm in no hurry to be soundly beaten by Abby and have my machismo scarred for life. What I can promise you is that it won't take me nine years to complete this gun ;). Peace, bro.