- Feb 3, 2019
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- Stihl Technician
Glocked out, have a new SIGness!, Male, from Virginia
My review of Tango Down/Vickers Tactical Glock parts.
- Stihl Technician
The TD/VT trigger shoe is very nice. The flat face pretty much eliminated me pushing or pulling off occasionally. Then the way it is setup, to have your finger on the bottom of the trigger, which in turn gives extra leverage and makes the pull seem lighter. I run into people ragging on the Vickers Tactical trigger, saying it drags on the trigger guard. Well, when they first released them, the safety blade had a harder spring. That in combination with folks not positioning their finger properly, resulted in the safety catching on the frame, just before it goes inside. Instead of talking to the manufacturer (their CS is AMAZING!), they began cutting and sanding, making a lot of unsafe pistols. The newer triggers have a gray blade in the middle, indicating the lighter spring. I highly reccomend any of you to try them. They live up to the moniker "upgrade". After trying the trigger on my Gen5, I've since put them on my G32 and G33, as well as the wife's 33 and 43.
The magazine release, when I got it, it did not look like it would be any better than factory. Yet, after running some reloading drills, it did make it significantly easier to drop the Mag quickly. Again, highly recommended this part for your Glocks!
Slide Stop Lever, just like the magazine release, appeared no different than stock. It is a lot easier to drop the slide, my wife's 90 year old Grandmother can drop it now (Yes, I had her try it!)!! I can also drop it with my trigger finger, on either hand. Guess what, I highly recommend this too!
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