So I installed a Ghost 3.5 trigger connector (the drop in model) and found that after I reassembled the gun that the slide had considerably more resistance when I pulled it back the first 1/2 inch or so. Now being the drop in model I assumed that there was nothing more to do but the bar did stick out a bit more than the stock part. My guess is that this is what is causing the resistance when I pull the slide back as it is resetting the trigger but I thought I would put it to the Glock masters here. Could this be the cause? Thanks.