i prefer to shoot revolvers, but have decided a G26 would be better weapon to carry, when Illinois finally gets its ccw act together. even though i am a revolver guy, i feel that a glock is more durable and tolerant of things like lint and dirt. i feel that a glock is simpler to clean, maintain and to replace parts on. after almost falling in my uncles pond while pulling a boat from the water, carrying a sp101, i came to this decision, lol anyway, i decided to install the NY1 trigger so as to try and get my soon to be carry piece more in line with a revolver trigger, which i personally feel is safer than a standard glock trigger because of the longer trigger pull. i installed the NY1 trigger and I am surprised that it isn't much different than the stock set up. i do like its feel better and will stick with it. however, i find myself wondering if i should have gone with the NY2 spring. i have read that the NY2 spring is too heavy, actually hurting accuracy. for the record, i feel a ruger sp101 trigger is too heavy and i also feel that a ruger lcr has the finest handgun trigger made. i shoot my lcr much more accurately than my sp101. anyone have any input? Posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire Wanna kill these ads? We can help!