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Lubricating the trigger

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by brad27, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. brad27

    brad27 Glock for Life

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    According to the glock manual, the most important place to lube is where the rear end of the trigger bar touches the connector. What I'm wondering is if the trigger assembly is removed from the lower frame for lubrication where exactly should the lube be placed? where is it needed most? I know where to place the oil if the trigger assembly is still installed in the frame but I want to use more of a grease in this area and be more direct with the placement.
    Can somebody post a pic of exactly where this lube is needed? Or describe the location?
    thanks
    Brad
     
  2. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    No need to remove the trigger housing.
    Tip the gun on its side. Place one drop of oil in the palm of the connector. The oil will run between the connector & the trigger bar.
    If you want to squirt a little grease in the same spot you can do it but oil works just fine!