I carry a Gen 5 Glock 19. I like the break of the stock trigger connector, but it's too heavy. I tried the Ghost 3.5 lb trigger connector, and while I did enjoy the lighter pull weight, I didn't like how much mushier it felt. I like having that crispy wall to break through but I want a lighter...
Parts lot for sale or trade
I used to build my own Glocks, more or less...not so much any more. The list below consists of most of my leftover pieces-parts. Ideally, I'd like to sell the entire lot to one person, cheap. I'm not looking to get rich here, but don't need this stuff and...
I have for sale two ZEV Technologies V4 Race Connectors for Glock.
Fits all Glock models except 42 and 43.
Bought these brand new. One has never been installed and the other was in my wife's
G17 for 5 minutes before she decided she likes the heavier pull of the stock connector.
We've found ourselves growing more fond of the Gen 5 trigger than earlier generations. Even with different connectors, it seems to be the nicest trigger we've felt in a Glock. Just interested to hear other people's thoughts on this and what you're favoring now that these have been out for awhile.
I have the lone wolf pro pick rear and springs but the connector wasn't enough? Is the zev race connector a good choice or could it make it mushy? Does anyone have the race and enjoy it??? Need help soon probably 3#, chasing a 2# trigger.
hey guys I read many threads on the ghost connector for my wifes g43. I went to amazon to order it and it looks like they offer 2 versions now. Which version should I get? I need to lighten the trigger pull.
I purchased the Ghost Pro 3.3 connector complete install kit to install in my new USPSA Production pistol G34 Gen4 MOS. This is a blue label G34 so it comes with the 5.5# connector and fixed sights.
The kit includes the following:
Pro 3.3 Connector
4# Striker Spring
6# Striker Spring