Glock still makes them.Glock made once upon a time, a 28N and 31N firing pin springs.
Glock does not sell them in the North American market, but some domestic third-party suppliers of OEM parts sell them.Of course NOT available in North America.
It appears the OP is actually inquiring about the peak trigger pull of new-from-factory Glock pistols, NONE of which are rated at 28N or 6.3-lbf.So this means all Glock factory triggers are 6.3 lbs. pull weight, correct?
Can you provide link???On the GLOCK home page website it states that most Glock pistols have a 28N trigger. Is it a tying error, Glock themselves aren't sure of their own firearms trigger pull weight, or someone hijacked their website and inserted 28N rather then the actual trigger pull?
Where it reads GEN 3, GEN 4, and GEN 5, choose GEN 3 (That's the only GEN I looked at) pick GEN 3 and scroll down to (for instance the G17) the pistols specs. You will then see where it reads TRIGGER PULL 28N.Can you provide link???