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is the trigger travel on the 29SF less than

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by tackstrp, May 24, 2010.

  1. tackstrp

    tackstrp

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    Is the tigger travel on the Glock 29 SF version .4 inch. While the standard model is .5 inch? Read on Wikipeda .. Glock pistol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    At the end of its travel, the trigger bar is ... The Glock 29 is a 10mm Auto ... pistols designated "SF" are "short-framed". They have a 2.5 mm (.10 inch) shorter trigger travel and ...
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    I don’t see how that statement can be true? The SF trigger housing has material removed from its back side. Everything else about it is the same as a standard TH. The trigger bar, connector, trigger spring... All these are the same. Everything in the slide is the same. The distance to the FP safety and drop safety must also be the same. Everything in the frame, with the exception of the back side of the grip, is also the same.
    Yes the overall distance, measuring from the back strap of the SF frame up to the forward portion of the trigger is shorter when compared to the standard frame. However, I can not see how the trigger pull can be any shorter when ALL the same parts are used in both guns.
     

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    that is what I suspected. Have a lady friend that Works as Cabelas and carries a Glock 29SF . She said all that you said.

    Thanks .
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    I seriously like this girl!