Need an assist from the smart guys here: Had an issue with my Gen 5 Glock 19. Basically, it took me 1500 rounds and trip back to Glock to ascertain they installed the wrong sights on it (Ameriglo). I called a couple weeks ago and mentioned it to the service cat and he told me in no uncertain terms that I had to ship it in for them to figure it out. I did so at the rate of $78.00. Got it back today and no explanation of what they did. I called and spoke to - I am almost certain - the very same guy I originally spoke to about this two weeks ago. he looked it up and told me that it looked liked they had to "regulate the sights." I asked if that was replaced and he didn't know. At any rate, I just picked it up and function-checked it and the trigger hangs dead after squeezing it upon cocking. It will reset when I cycle the slide but i do not remember the trigger hanging dead in the interim. What I mean by this is that I cycle the slide and squeeze the trigger. if I hold the trigger back while I recycle the slide (as in recoil) it resets the trigger. if I don't do anything and just release the trigger after pulling it, it literally doesn't move - it just "hangs" there. Is this normal? I'm a bit torqued that I had to pay an additional 78 bucks for them to fix the sight issue (I'm the guy that was shooting 8 inches low at 25 yards). In fairness to Glock, they are sending me a couple of mags but I shouldn't have had to pay that kind of cash to fix the wrong sights from the factory (it was a Blue-Label purchase). Of the two issues - the only one that I am worried about is the trigger. is this normal? I carried a Glock on 5 or 6 deployments and don't remember the trigger being like that.