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I just got a AA drop in trigger. After the installation, I like the feeling of the trigger. Only one issue is that I feel the slide is not as smooth as with the OEM trigger. When I am trying to pull back the slide, I almost feel like hit on something first, then I need apply more force to pull back to overcome the obstacle then the pull will be like the original feel. Any one have similar feeling on aftermarket trigger? Any way to resolve it?
 

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I just got a AA drop in trigger. After the installation, I like the feeling of the trigger. Only one issue is that I feel the slide is not as smooth as with the OEM trigger. When I am trying to pull back the slide, I almost feel like hit on something first, then I need apply more force to pull back to overcome the obstacle then the pull will be like the original feel. Any one have similar feeling on aftermarket trigger? Any way to resolve it?
The feeling you describe suggests the only function you are questioning, how does the trigger function while shooting?
 

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To get it to work properly, I had to also get the AA drop-in slide and AA drop-in frame.
The only problem I have now is the magazines will not drop free so I have a call in to Glock customer service. They promised to get back to me.

I wonder why AA does not make drop-in drop-free magazines....

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I just got a AA drop in trigger. After the installation, I like the feeling of the trigger. Only one issue is that I feel the slide is not as smooth as with the OEM trigger. When I am trying to pull back the slide, I almost feel like hit on something first, then I need apply more force to pull back to overcome the obstacle then the pull will be like the original feel. Any one have similar feeling on aftermarket trigger? Any way to resolve it?
I'm a bit confused are you saying the pull of the trigger is not smooth or the actual slide doesn't cycle smooth?

To get it to work properly, I had to also get the AA drop-in slide and AA drop-in frame.
The only problem I have now is the magazines will not drop free so I have a call in to Glock customer service. They promised to get back to me.

I wonder why AA does not make drop-in drop-free magazines....

I am not a curmudgeon, I am THE Curmudgeon!
Are you just trolling or really trying to help? I wasn't aware of Agency offering "drop in" frames, slides and magazines...
 

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I'm a bit confused are you saying the pull of the trigger is not smooth or the actual slide doesn't cycle smooth?


Are you just trolling or really trying to help? I wasn't aware of Agency offering "drop in" frames, slides and magazines...
Even when I'm trolling I am trying to help. Some people fail to recognize humor in any form. They need the most help.

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If it counts I got it and that is quite humorous.
 

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I just got a AA drop in trigger. After the installation, I like the feeling of the trigger. Only one issue is that I feel the slide is not as smooth as with the OEM trigger. When I am trying to pull back the slide, I almost feel like hit on something first, then I need apply more force to pull back to overcome the obstacle then the pull will be like the original feel. Any one have similar feeling on aftermarket trigger? Any way to resolve it?
Two questions what model pistol, does it feel the same if the trigger is in the cocked or in the fired position?
 
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