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Glockworx V2 race connector

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Walk Soft, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. Walk Soft

    Walk Soft

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    Does anyone have any experience with the Glockworx V2 trigger connector.What do you think of it?Has anyone ever measured the trigger pull before and after?I just ordered one for my Gen 4 G17(range only)along with a competition spring kit.
     
  2. JBP55

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    They are comparable in pull weight to the connectors tuned by Vanek and Glocktriggers and they alone will reduce your trigger pull on average slightly more than a pound.
     

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    the customer reviews on midwayusa aren't good for this connector. check 'em out. i have no personal experience with it.
     
  4. Walk Soft

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    I read the reviews on the Midway sight for the Sherer 3.5(the only other connector I haven't tried) but didn't read the reviews for the V2.Damnit.Oh well 15(?) dollar mistake, maybe.
     
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    i do have the scherer, and that's one of the best aftermarket ones.
     
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    I got one last week and am impressed with it... I've been using it on a carry gun after alot of testing and I plan to continue... I was worried at first but I'm more accurate with it so I feel good about keeping it in the gun
     
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    No experience with V2, but I have used a V3 and it is not bad. Why go with V2 when the next version is out?
     
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    whats the difference between the V2 and V3? Is the V3 a newer version?
     
  9. JBP55

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    Yes, V1, V2, V3. I have used dozens of the Glockworxs connectors.
    The V1 had many problems, the V2 had fewer problems and the V3 should be good to go.
     
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    tried a V2 from "glockpolishing" on ebay and it set my glock on full auto. took it out and throw it away. Not a safe connector. factory 3.5 lbs was what i put back in. then i changed to a ghost rocket and could not find anything better. the ghost rocket just offer something that just cannot be explained. they way it breaks is far superior compared to the others.
     
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    That's because Glockpolishing polished it and ****ed it up..
     
  12. Walk Soft

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    This, LOL:rofl:
     
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    I have three Ghost Rocket connectors(one in my EDC)like them but I wanted something even lighter for my dedicated range gun.
     
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    I have the V3... Its better than stock but I like my Ghost rocket the best. Something about the way the trigger breaks, it feels better to me.
     
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    Thanks I guess that's why the Rocket is more.:cool:
     
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    I have a Ghost Rocket on all of my Glocks and agree that the break is much crisper than the others I have used. Glock (-) LWD included. I love the over travel stop.I am sure Vanek triggers are superb but waaaay to expensive for me.
     
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    I have the V3 but it came in the drop in kit. Fulcrum trigger from ZEV
    Best trigger I have ever felt in a Glock
     
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    [QOUTE]Best trigger I have ever felt in a Glock[/QUOTE]

    Thanks for the info.Ill have to check it out.
     
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    Thanks for the info.Ill have to check it out.[/QUOTE]

    Here is part of a mini review I did:

    It is on my carry weapon. I have absolutely no issue using it as a CCW with the factory setting. Still enough take up to not have the fabled "accidental shot", good reset. The smooth, clean, crisp break is what I like. There is little, if any felt stacking.
    The wider trigger feels great. The spring loaded trigger safety is smooth and doesn't create a heavier trigger pull as I read in one review.
    If it does well at the range, I will certainly put another in my G23.
    Brownells, with an L.E.O. discount was $147 for the kit with striker springs, titanium striker safety/spring/ and the drop in trigger with Gen4 housing, connector, trigger spring.

    Just got back from the range. I shot some Federal 180 gr. range ammo. Walmart stock.
    I will say this to start off. Practice with this trigger. It's so smooth, if you are used to a stacking Glock trigger, it will sneak up on you.
    Oddly enough, the first shot at 10 yards was about 3/4" right of the bullseye, which was a 3/4" stick on dot. Lucky shot?
    My follow up shots were within 1.5". I have never shot this close of a groups with a Glock. And this is a .40 cal G27.
    I shot 50 rounds. No issues at all.
    All my shots were within 3" at 10 yards, fairly rapid fire.
    Single, deligerate shots were the best I have ever shot with a Glock.
    I couldn't be more pleased.
    Is it the trigger for every body. No. You have to get used to the smooth pull. It's not so much that it's lighter. The non stacking pull is what needs to get used to. You just pull it through.
    Wow.[​IMG]
     
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    Thanks again.You've definitly peaked the interest.You mentioned how at first it will surprise you(trigger break).I had this issue with the Rocket and spring kit.I too became acclimated to it and now My G26(I) now shoots better groups than and I ever thought I could acheive,which is why I wanted a Gen 4 17 to do this with.I figured with the longer sight radius and a tricked out trigger I could really tighten the groups up.