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G17 Trigger Job?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by nyordak17, Feb 17, 2005.

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  1. nyordak17

    nyordak17 my dream gun!

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    Guys, need a little advice here... do i need a trigger job on my G17 to reduce the trigger pull for faster followup shots in a competition? is it really adviceable kung ilalaro ko itong G17 ko? thanks in advance guys!:)
     
  2. vega

    vega

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    IMHO - Just polish the bar and keep the factory 5.5 lbs. But if you really like a lightened pull get the 3.5 lbs. Go enjoy your G17, kasama sa design yung laro.

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  3. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    If you're going to use your G17 in competition, for production the trigger pull should not be less than 5lbs. The stock parts you have now should be fine. Polishing and/or replacing the disconnector to 3.5lbs would put you below the 5lb limit. It would be better for you to get used to your stock trigger pull. Another thing is, if that G17 is your primary defensive weapon then stick with stock parts, for reliability reasons.
     
  4. mc_oliver

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    Keep shooting your glock and load your ammo hotter. And make sure you're not blinking when shooting. ;)