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new 2 glocks w/G-23

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by zoe17, Jan 11, 2005.

  1. zoe17

    zoe17

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    Well I started Glocking with a pair of 21's as I am a .45 person. I have been raised on and carry custom Colt/1911 clones. I chose Glock because of the durability,reliabilty,etc. Well on the 21's I did not like the trigger pull, so I sold them.

    I just bought a G-23 to start tinkering with. As I have never modded a Glock, what can I do to improve the trigger. I have read about spring cutting/replacement, guide rods,etc. How hard is it to change connectors etc. Any advise would be great.

    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
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    SlammedDime G23 Member

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    What don't you like about the trigger? The pull weight? The 'smoothness' or lack-there-of of the pull?

    A connector is quite easy to install... and the '25 cent trigger job' are very nice upgrades to a stock pistol that will be shot often. Something else you might want to consider is getting a smooth face trigger, rather than the ribbed one that the 23 comes with.

    Some other things you might wanna think about... A steel guide rod paired with a 22lb recoil spring from Wolff.
     

  3. zoe17

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    Seemed like it had too much trigger travel and was not crisp. I spoke with Rick from Lonewolf and all will be fine. Thanks for the replie.