Glock trigger question

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by G-19, Sep 15, 2007.

  1. G-19

    G-19

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    Posted this in General Glocking, but thought I might get a better response here:

    I took my new to me G19 completely apart last night to do a complete cleaning. When I looked at the connecter it has Ghostinc.com stamped into it. From what I can tell it is a 3.5 connector, standard not rocket, (looking at pics on their site). It don't have any holes in it. My trigger pull is real smooth and crisp, and absolutely no over travel. When it releases the trigger will not move any further to the rear.

    That brings up my question,The G19 I have has no rearward movement at all after the break, I feel that this is a good thing as it will allow faster follow up shots. Is my thinking correct? Is this desirable?
     
  2. GRR

    GRR

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    The only thing for faster follow up shots is practice. I would think that true zero overtravel might be on the bleeding edge of a reliability compromise.