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Glock 23 Gen4 trigger job

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by glockfan2327, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. glockfan2327

    glockfan2327

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    looking for some info about how to reduce the trigger pull on my glock 23 , which is the best connector out there ? and also trying to see if i can do it myself , thanks Randy
     
  2. tua05737

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    I installed glock 3.5 connector...trigger felt smoother n it took 5 minutes to install


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  3. glockfan2327

    glockfan2327

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    what connector ? ghost or rocket
     
  4. tua05737

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    Glock factory connector


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  5. barth

    barth six barrels

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    Glock has an OEM "-" connector.
    Sometimes called a 3.5, then re branded to 4.5.
    It's the same thing.
    Shipped with their competition guns.

    Ghost had a 3.5 drop in.
    And the Ghost Rocker 3.5 that has a short reset tab
    that requires fitting.
    Along with a variety of other various connectors.
    Lone Wolf and others also make 3.5 connectors.

    Care should be taken if you plan to carry with a light trigger.
    I found the Ghost Rocket was giving me unintended double taps.
    Great range trigger, but after an adrenaline dump?

    There is a Glock OEM NY1 string module you can combine
    with the 3.5 connector and make a more street-able trigger IMHO.
     
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  6. lyodbraun

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    I put the Glock factory 3.5# in my carry gun (G30) along with a titanium safety plunger and heavier trigger spring. Had the pull weight tested and its right around 3.75#s
    Feels so smooth now ..

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  7. 900Ninja

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    Here's what I've done to my Glocks (Gen3 19, Gen3 23, Gen4 23 & Gen3 32):
    Use a Fulcrum Trigger.
    Use a Dremel Tool, felt polishing wheel and very light polishing
    compound and polish every surface that rubs, firing pin safety, connector (stock unit), firing pin (use stock spring) and all areas on the trigger/trigger bar that rubs on
    anything.
    I use a lighter spring for the firing pin safety (competition).
    I also polish the metal slide tabs on the frame, the extractor,
    areas on the locking block that rub on locking area of the
    barrel lug and the bolt face of the slide.
    Again, ALL polishing is done with VERY light polishing compound, very slow speed on the Dremel, and very light
    pressure on the Dremel.
    This is the set-up I use in all of my CCW Glocks.
    With the above setup / polishing my trigger pull is around 3.5
    - 3.75 lbs, very crisp, very short take-up and very short /
    quick trigger reset.
    I've played around with connectors, firing pin springs, trigger
    springs and all kind of combinations. At one time I had a
    trigger pull of about of 1 - 1.2 lbs on one of my pistols (which
    is WAY TOO light to take anywhere but the range).
    Anyway, the only parts I've swapped out is the firing pin
    safety spring and the trigger/trigger bar.
    Just an idea to still upon and think.
    Cheers http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/images/smilies/faint.gif