Glock .25 cent trigger job

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Cheezeit9, Oct 8, 2005.

  1. Cheezeit9

    Cheezeit9

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    I can't use the search for some reason on this computer. I know this question have been beaten to death, but its about doing the .25 cent trigger job. If possible, can somebody post another thread on here, or give me a step by step procedure of this and with pictures if possible with all materials and tools that are used? Thanks alot in advance.
     
  2. El_Ron1

    El_Ron1 AAAAAAAAGHHH!!!

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    Did it today on my 3 Glocks and it made a world of difference. arguewithmysig, thanks for the link. Altough I have contemplated doing it, I guess I did it because I have 2 3.5 connectors for my G19 and G17 coming, so I wanted to get a headstart.
     
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    Anybody know how light you can get these? I wouldn't mind polishing it up on my carry gun (G29), but I don't want it to be too light for the lawyers either.
     
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    Polishing isn't really going to lighten the trigger more than a pound or so (1 pound would be very optimistic, IMO), and won't smooth it any more than dry-firing (or actual firing) the gun a few thousand times would. I think the lowest you can expect the trigger pull to get is right around 5# with stock parts.
     
  7. T. Harless

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    That is the point exactly, without firing or dry firing.