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Glock 27 trigger reset

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by truetopath, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. truetopath

    truetopath

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    So I was at the range this evening and finally started using the trigger reset on my Glock 27, and boy did I have a blast. My follow up shots were so tightly grouped I couldn't believe it. So what does everyone else think of the trigger reset? Just curious your stances on it.
     
  2. JerryC09

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    Isn't that cool? It would have never occurred to me to not just release the trigger out all the way if I hadn't come across these forums!
     

  3. janice6

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    When you have doubles from bumpfire with short reset, it's awesome, talk about tight group.

    Fun....
     
  4. Rustin

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    It wants to be shot fast!
     
  5. barth

    barth six barrels

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    I've got a Ghost Rocket 3.5 short reset connector,
    OEM smooth trigger and
    a 4.16" dual port barrel on my G27.
    [​IMG]

    I have to hold back from full auto - LOL!
    [​IMG]
     
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  6. 2740dmx

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    The short reset and positive engagement of the reset (you know it just reset) are one of the most positive things that I like about Glock pistols.

    At times (when firing rapid fire), it becomes hard for me to even take advantage of the great reset, because of how my hand seems to release the trigger all the way!

    Last range session, when firing from 25 yds out, the reset was SO helpful in allowing for tight groups.
     
  7. kamonjj

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    You should always shoot from the reset. With a glock if your trigger spring breaks during firing as long as you use the reset and not allow the trigger out all the way you can keep firing.
     
  8. Beretta92guy

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    i agree on the trigger reset, and when im at the range spend a lot of time using the reset......

    but i also spend a lot of time not using it, letting the trigger go all the way forward...

    my G26 is my CCW, and i just believe that if im ever forced to use it in a SD stiuation that i wont have the time to even think about using the reset...

    just a thought
     
  9. truetopath

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    I actually have thought about that too, but I think I'm going to focus more range time on using the reset to build up the muscle memory. That way if that dreadful day ever happens that I have to use it, it will be the natural reaction.
     
  10. Beanie-Bean

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    Nothing like feeling that "click to shoot" on the Glocks. The other striker-fired weapons I have/had just don't compare. Works really well with a lighter weight connector, too. I found that the follow-up shots were easier on my older Gen4s after adding in the dot connectors.