Since purchasing a Glock 19 Gen 3 back in 2008, I've read articles and watched videos on modifications and accessories but none intrigued me more than the 25 Cent Trigger Job. It was only last year that I finally did it because I had almost everything needed to perform it and because it...
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My G42 came with the notorious 33215 connector which caused an 8lb pull. So when the 33564 connector became available I got one. And to my delight, it gave a crisp, smooth 5lb trigger pull. And the more I shoot it, the better it feels. I highly recommend this OEM connector to all G42 or 43 owners.
for me. Six bucks each at Wal-Mart !!
My only handgun is a Gen 3 G19 and I've gotten to where I don't even carry it anymore due to its size. So I've been strongly thinking about getting a G43 and maybe selling the G19. I really don't shoot as a hobby anymore so the only reason to keep the G19 would be for possibly a better home defense gun over the 43.
What was your first Glock (gateway). I started with a Gen 3 Glock 26. Then a Gen 3 G19. Put on night sights and no mods (500 round trigger job). Presently considering a Gen 4 G30.
I had the opportunity to go to the range after work this evening and it was pushing 100 degrees. I took one of my Wasr-10 AK' s, one of my AR15 carbines with BCM M4 upper, my new M&P Shield 9mm, Gen 4 Glock 17, Sig P320 Compact 9mm, my two Tisas 1911's and lastly, my homebrew Beretta 92 frame with a 96 ejector and a 96FS Vertec upper.
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