Supposedly they take a standard connector.I have A Glock 44 and like the pistol.The only thing I wish the trigger was lighter pull.Has anybody come up with A solution for 3lb/4lb pull versus 5.5 lb
Different strokes. I've never worried about Glock triggers as in a bad situation, you wouldn't notice how stiff it is. As to the 44, a reduced trigger is fine if you are trying to target shoot, but seems to me there are better firearm options if that is the primary objective.
Granted, I don't have one but if I get one, it's simply to use the same platform to inexpensively practice and a reduced trigger wouldn't be a concern. Just my opinion.
As Bama said, the 44 is used for competition - in Indoor and Outdoor GSSF, and I've used mine in SCSA Rimfire Iron, so the trigger is very important to me.It is the only rimfire allowed in the rimfire category of GSSF matches.
Fair enough, not my thing and didn't consider the sport side of it.As Bama said, the 44 is used for competition - in Indoor and Outdoor GSSF, and I've used mine in SCSA Rimfire Iron, so the trigger is very important to me.
I put a Glock (-) connector in both my 44s. Not much difference... kind of reminds me of the Glock Slimline toy triggers. That's okay... I shoot a G48 in SCSA Production.
I don't worry so much about triggers in bad situations, because I've never shot a Glock in a bad situation, and likely never will.