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G17 trigger bar in G19 (reset?)

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by rhw19, Feb 22, 2011.

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  1. rhw19

    rhw19

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    I replaced the serrated trigger with a smooth trigger in a G19. After 400 rounds and probably thousands of "dry fires" on the new trigger bar, I noticed that if pressing the trigger hard (very firm grip, etc.), to the stop, after a dry fire, a secondary "click" is heard. This is the trigger bar "cruciform?" releasing upward. Is this normal/a problem (I am concerned about going auto, etc.)? When racking the slide, the trigger resets per normal. I cannot detect any problem with resets when releasing the trigger after racking the slide.

    Thanks for any advice.
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Did you use the orange half cover plate to check engagement?
     


  3. rhw19

    rhw19

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    I don't have such a cover plate, -- but I can see thru the hole in the cover plate, and the engagement between the firing pin lug and the cruciform (seems solid). I have no idea why< if i dry fire and pull the trigger back "all the way" and firmly, -- I get this secondary "click", which sounds like the same "click" if I manually reset the trigger bar with the slide removed.

    Thanks for the reply/help.
     
  4. rhw19

    rhw19

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    Glock tech opined that the g17 bar (for reasons unknown) might be a tad longer than the g19 bar. I replaced the 17 /w the 19 and no problem. I then took a whetstone (very smooth), and worked on the end of the G17 bar that goes into the connector (very little work). It cured the problem with the G17 bar.
     
  5. DEJ/FL

    DEJ/FL Millennium Member

    Have you lubricated the area were the connector and trigger bar contact each other? If the area is dry it will increase the trigger pull. A drop of good gun oil or a small amount of TB25 (molylube) is all that is needed.

    Dan:cool:
     
  6. cciman

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    Manufacturing tolerance...= reason.

    Probably would have worked out over time at the range also.

    Under live fire, you also may not have noticed it.