Just installed the Scherer 3.5lb disconnector last night in my Glock 22 to see if it would make a big difference. Not very impressed, my trigger has a huge amount of creep now and doesn't feel much if any lighter than my original oem part from 1993. Before, it had a pretty smooth takeup and decent break. I just was curious if the 3.5 disco would make a huge difference. My question is, does it need to be fired a little to break in, or should I just put in the original disco and be done with my Glock gunsmithing? Thanks, Jared Wanna kill these ads? We can help!