Happy holidays everyone. I'm a new face here, having made a grand total of one post before this one. I started a thread over in the Ten Ring regarding the Glock 20. For reasons I go into over there, I am thinking about the 10mm Glock. This would be my first Glock ever but I have shot them before. Enough to know that the real strength of the Glock trigger lies in its short reset. However, my always gun is a Smith 442. My current house gun is a Smith 28. I am a seasoned double action revolver shooter and I am used to a revolver's relatively long trigger stroke and similarly long and assertive trigger reset. So to get to my question, is there any way to achieve a revolver's long pull and positive trigger reset? I have seen reference here and in some of Massad Ayoob's writing to a NY1 trigger. Is that the way to happiness for me? Again, I know how fast the short reset can be. But if I buy one, the Glock 20 would be part of a defensive battery. The other parts of that battery are revolvers. I am seeking some continuity in the operating system to make things as goof-proof as possible. Is there are way to achieve the basic feel of a revolver trigger on the Glock platform? Thanks everyone and Happy New Year.