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Glock trigger stop

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Leigh Nadler, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. Leigh Nadler

    Leigh Nadler

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    Does anyone have experience with the "Ultimate Trigger Stop" by Lone Wolf Distrib. This is a new style trigger housing with ejector, polished trigger stop and Allen wrench for adjustments. It is a drop-in part that replaces the current trigger housing. They say no gunsmithing is required. By eliminating over travel , it is said to improve overall trigger performance and decrease split time.
    I appreciate any inpit.
     
  2. VincentZ

    VincentZ

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    I haven't used one from Lone Wolf but it sounds like a trigger housing modification that Glock 'smiths have been performing for quite a while now. It should work well as long as the screw doesn't drift.

    If you have a small drill press and press vise it wouldn't be difficult to drill the appropriate hole and put in a screw yourself. Finding the right screw might be more difficult.

    Use an orange Glock Armorer's back plate when adjusting the overtravel screw because if improperly adjusted you will not be able to drop the striker with the trigger. By using the short back plate you can push down the trigger bar manually so you can get the slide off and re-adjust the screw.