I posted in another thread that some Glocks have a double pull, where the initial takeup is at one resistance but as soon as the striker safety is engaged, the weight of the pull increases. I tried a few newer Glocks at the local shop and they did NOT have this problem at all. The pull on those two triggers was smooth and consistent. Does anyone else have this problem with their Glocks? Mine is pretty bad and while it's not a hinderance, it is definitely annoying. It's obvious enough that I can slowly pull the trigger and I will stick at the point where the trigger bar engages the safety. I'll stay there until I increase the pull and then the trigger will follow through with the rest of its takeup until it hits the connector. I've run through about everything I can think of that would cause the problem. It's definitely related to the point where the trigger bar pushes the safety down, but I can't figure out why it's increasing the weight of the pull by as much as it is. I've replaced the safety spring, cleaned everything, polished the safety entirely...nothing matters. As an FYI, my trigger has well over 10k pulls on it. Any ideas? Oh yeah - I want to take a moment to thank Randy Smith on this site for his patient help. He's been a great source for knowledge and troubleshooting.