I'd be interested in opinions on the bump on the trigger bar used to mechanically center it under the firing-pin stop. My new Glock 26 Gen 4 clearly has this prominent bump. This YouTube argues that while this works to keeps it centered, it's at the expense of friction and significantly increased trigger pull. Curious if people polish this down?
Any update from anyone? Found this related reference here: https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/bump-on-the-trigger-bar-of-g23-g4.1625036/#post-23260949
The trigger bar with the bump is on the Gen 4 in case the person wants to reverse the mag catch.
If you don't like the feel then put a Gen 3 trigger bar in the pistol. Just don't change the mag catch if you do that.