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Glock 19 ghost drop in connector

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by GLOCKFAN1973, Apr 14, 2012.

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  1. GLOCKFAN1973

    GLOCKFAN1973

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    Installed a 3.5 ghost drop in connector, didn't have any problems,took about 5 minutes, however when shooting it at the range (250) rounds it seemed to get stiffer and stiffer until it almost wouldn't pull. Took the gun home and disassembled along side of my 27 to compare connectors and see what i could have done wrong, didn't see anything, installed the stock connector and it functions fine,has anybody ever heard of this?????
     
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    Did you make sure the connector was pushed in all the way into the trigger housing? Also check to see if the trigger spring is centered on the detent notch of the trigger bar.
     

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    GLOCKFAN1973

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    On the back the little spring looks crooked, how do i fix this
     
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    That just may be your problem then. Either get a something small like a tiny punch that will fit in there and move it OR disassemble your gun again and install correctly this time.
     
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    I think i got it, i disassembled it and did it all over,now that spring looks centered,before it off to the left it was pretty noticable after looking at my 27, thanks for the help
     
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    Arc Angel Deus Vult!

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    Yup, that's obviously it. That trigger spring should, also, look like an, 'S' - not a, 'Z' - when viewed from the side.