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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Kdarmy, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. Kdarmy

    Kdarmy

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    Been thinking about tying out a NY1 trigger spring in my G23 Gen4, so last week I went ahead and ordered one just so I could try it...well I just installed it and I absolutely love it! :supergrin:

    Its all just a personal preference, but for me this is the feel for the trigger pull I've been missing all along....for less than $5.00 its worth trying one out...makes a BIG difference.

    Keith
     
  2. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur Millennium Member CLM

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    What part of 'heavier' do you like?

    Which connector is in it? The 'dot'?
     

  3. Kdarmy

    Kdarmy

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    The entire pull has a stiffer "springiness" to it...it still has the distinct stopping point just before the final pull to fire the gun.

    The connector is the "Dot"...the only thing I changed was the original spring to the NY1 spring.
     
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    cadillacguns Millennium Member

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    I have NY-1 in all my Glocks. Some of us prefer them.
     
  5. 1smoothredneck

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    I too like the feel of the NY1 and have them in all my Glocks except my gen4 19. The gen4 trigger already feels kinda like a NY1 trigger, with a firm resistance from the start of the pull, and a really nice reset.. I just never cared for the "sproing" feel of the standard gen3 and older guns.
    Also, the factory trigger spring is about the ONLY part I've ever seen break on a Glock, and the NY1 is much stronger.
    BE Safe
     
  6. *Paladin*

    *Paladin* Will travel....

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    I run a NY1 along with a 3.5 connector in my G23. I like the reset and I like the pull weight for CCW.
     
  7. Bello

    Bello America/Italia

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    I'm considering this in my G27 but I wish I could feel it first before I toss money away
     
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    That's what I put in my G4 19. I really like it. Has more of a "surprise break" for me and that aids accuracy.
     
  9. barth

    barth six barrels

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    I too am in the NY1 club.
    My gen 3 G27 has the Glock OEM "-" connector and NY1.

    I too love the consistent trigger pull weight throughout the
    trigger travel from start to finish - including pre-travel.
    For carry, for me, NY1 is the way to go.

    I haven't tried the NY1 with stock springs.
    In my gen 3 the "-" + NY1 feels like the same as factory
    pull weight wise. It's just not the standard two stage NIB Glock trigger.

    Feels like a more positive reset too.
    The NY1 alone is only like $3.00.
    After market 3.5 connectors are cheap too.
    If you insist on OEM Glock, like I chose, they are around $25.

    Still, $30 for a trigger job is hard to beat.
    And not much lost if you don't like it.
     
  10. Bello

    Bello America/Italia

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    Did you do a .25 cent trigger job on it also? Or just stock?
     
  11. gatorboy

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    It's pretty nice
    This is the only reason I'd use them in my carry Glocks only. I'm pretty confident Glock has rectified the design flaw with the SF and G4 pistols. I actually broke four of them, one while dry firing on the couch. The half circle cut does something IMO - so far!

    Had a crack develop at the front of the dust cover. Not even on the mold seam but parralell to it about a 1/2" long. Also had a trigger bar snap where a bend is. Those are all I've seen.
     
  12. gatorboy

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    It's pretty nice
    Oh yeah, when I used them I took the spring out of them in conjuction with a 3.5, made it a bit lighter.