I recently bought a G19 4 Gen with a dot connector with a measured pull weight of 7 to 8 lbs. The trigger was terrible. By a 25 cent trigger job and after market 3.5 connector I have gotten to a 5 lb pull measured from the middle of the trigger with a RCBS trigger gage. I get the same pull weight from 3 different model Sig's I have measured in single action mode. I went to a number of different dealers who had G19 Gen 4 in stock and those triggers were fantastic. Also a G26. Tried a PPQ and thought it was a 1911, has to be 4 lbs or less. On a gen 4 has anyone measured there trigger pull stock out of the box. I feel my gun was an exception. My main concern is this gun is for CCW and is 5 lbs too light. If stock actually measures 5.5 lbs I wont be too concerned. I am very happy with the gun now but would be interested in what other Gen 4 owners are experiencing out of the box with there pistols. Thinking of carrying my Sig's around with the hammer cocked in single action at 5 lbs is a little scary. It commands a completely different mind set like never even put your finger near the trigger if the gun is loaded. I don't mind making this adjustment since the choice is terrible trigger , sell the gun, or real nice trigger change mind set. Would appriciate any comments. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!