I have a glock 21 and a glock 34. The 34 is newer than the 21, but I shoot it quite a bit more than I do the .45 (or I did until ammo got scarce). Shooting them side by side, I noticed that the trigger on my 34 seems to have a little more resistance on the "take up" than the 21, which seems smooth as butter. Is there any way to smooth out the "take up" part of the trigger? It already has the (-) connector and the weight is the same as the 21. I've also done the .25 cent polish job, but I'm wondering if I did it thoroughly enough? All the parts shine, but I'm thinking it's gotta be the trigger bar right? It's more of a personal preference, as I still shoot quite well with the 9mm and it doesn't matter a whole lot, but I'm interested in the mechanics of the thing. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!