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  1. Gunsmithing
    After watching tons of videos, acquiring a basic bench of tools for the job, and some flitz, I polished the trigger internals on my 19.5 MOS. It, to me, was night and day difference. The stock (Austrian-made) trigger was gritty, hard to break, and just plain sucked. While I had the dremel...
  2. Sold/Expired
    Glock "The EDGE" competition trigger system. As new. Installed in my Gen 4 Glock 17 MOS but never fired a round through it and have sold the gun. Switched to the M&P. I'll sell it for $100 shipped. Payment via postal money order or PayPal plus 3%.
  3. Introduction Forum
    Greetings from central NH! I have been a Glock user since I started getting into firearms 5 years ago. I have recently gone through a bit of a trade in bout the last six months and turned over all of my firearms. I am heading back to my LGS tomorrow to get another 19. I am looking to crispen up...
  4. General Glocking
    Hi folks, new here. Had a couple questions for the group's experience. Buying a 34 MOS and wanted some help. 1. What are trigger improvement options? I have 22\27\43 and can't swap factory trigger. I'd like to make the 34 triggermuch smoother. 2. Does an aftermarket ported barrel reduce...
  5. Gunsmithing
    I own three Glocks. My latest purchase is the G-29 and it is now my favorite CCW. The trigger seems a little stiff. I'm not interested competitive, accurate shooting. My thinking is that Glock designers know what they are doing. The stock trigger may be a tad safer, less prone to accidental...
  6. Gunsmithing
    I recently acquired a new to me lightly used Gen 4 17. I carry a G 30 for work and just wanted this as a cheaper alternative to shoot. I noticed that the trigger seemed heavy so I polished up the parts but that didn't seem to help much so I ordered the Lone Wolf 3.5 lb disconnector that came...
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