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Glock trigger bar engagement

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by llcoolj_2222, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. llcoolj_2222

    llcoolj_2222

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    I read in GT that when you change your slide or any part of your trigger system you should also check the trigger bar (sear) with the firing pin lug engagement.

    I have this glock orange armorer plate and I appreciate your help in how to check/tune up my trigger to have the optimal engagement.

    1. What is the optimal engagement between the trigger bar and the FP lug which gives prefect trigger performance?

    2. How do I measure it and how should it look like?

    3. What's the best way to tune it up?

    thanks in advance for your help.
     
  2. WinstonSmith

    WinstonSmith lovebirds

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  3. GSD17

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    You want 100% with the trigger forward.

    100% is hardly ever the case.

    GLOCK considers 2/3s the bare minimum.

    Any less is out of spec.

    To adjust, new trigger bar.

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  4. roymail

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    GSD17, Thanks for the pics. I've never seen what the correct sear/FP alignment looks like. That 50% pic looks scary. Thanks for the heads up! I need to get one of those partial back plates.

    -- Roy