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glock trigger pull

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by pattym, May 9, 2013.


  1. pattym

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    I have several Glock 45 acp pistols. Recently some of them seem to be harder to press the trigger, some time, not all the time, when I am shooting them. I do not think that this is my imagination. I have been shooting them for several years. Could some one please give me advice? Maybe I should detail strip and clean the pistols?
    Thanks, pattym
     

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  2. lethal tupperwa

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    read the manual about where to put the 6 drops of oil
     

  3. pattym

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    lethal tupperwa
    Thank you, but I checked my manual, the pistols have been lubed correctly. I have been using either clp or rem oil. I am thinking I should detail strip and clean my pistols. Do you have any other Ideas?
    Thanks pattym
     
  4. CigarandScotch

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    Detail strip and clean, then maybe a heavier lube that clings to part better? That's all I can think of.
     
  5. PVolk

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    I usually keep a dab of copper anti-sieze in between the connector and trigger bar. I saw Glock did that on a gun my father bought, so I did it on a few of mine and was surprised that is actually pulled a measurable amount of pull weight out of the trigger. I imagine if that area is dry and unpolished, friction could cause a heavier and inconsistant trigger pull.
     
  6. lethal tupperwa

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    the connector/ bar calls for drop of oil
     
  7. Jim S.

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    I prefer a little dab of gun grease on my carry Glock.
    Doesn't dry out or drip away.
     
  8. pattym

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    lethal tupperwa, Thanks for the info, I put a drop of oil on the connector/bar. The gun works fine. I do believe, I will detail strip and clean the gun. I bought it used and don't know when it was cleaned last. I never detailed striped and cleaned the frame. I have, done so with the slide.
    Thanks pattym
     
  9. samurairabbi

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    Check the striker safety plunger surface for irregularities. That plunger can actually rotate during use, and any wear/crud/whatever can affect the feel.of the trigger as the trigger bar projection rubs against it during firing. The changing feel can be caused as the surface rotates around.
     
  10. PghJim

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    If you think you can do it, I agree with you that you should detail strip and clean. If you remove the connector push it out from the other side with a punch, or even another connector. I have found that correctly adjusting the connector has greatly helped some guns. If you get lost in the process, there are a lot of video's on YouTube that will guide you through the process.