Glock 17 G17 .25c (mickey mouse) trigger job

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    MikeyT Canuck Member

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    I've been reading lots of posts which mention the 25cent trigger job. From what I understand it's a quick polish of a few key parts? I'd love more information - I have a third Gen G17 and it's bone-stock so far as the trigger is concerned. I have no gunsmithing experience but I like to tinker - is this something I can (or should) attempt?
     
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    Thanks, there was a good link in there with detailed instructions - doesn't look too complicated so I'm going to give it a try. Hardest part will likely be getting it all back together.
     
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    No sweat dude,
    you may want to try the search button though for the future...
    Some of the old guys around here are kinda cranky ;L ;P ;f
     
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    It's a really simple job. Try it.
     
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    I finally tried it on my Gen II G17 and new G22. Slicks it up a tad but I had a good time taking it apart and putting it back together. The first time it takes a few minutes but the second time it is way quicker.
    It was also an opportunity for me to clean out my G17 more in depth since I have fired about 10000 rds through it without a trigger cleaning.
    Well worth the time.