I picked up a new G19 today. During dryfiring, I noticed something a little bit strange. Sometimes, when I pull the trigger, the trigger safety is catching slightly, before it moves flush with the trigger surface. The gun will function, but it does not feel right. I checked it out and when the muzzle is pointed down, the trigger safety rotates too far forward. This then causes the edge to catch slightly on the trigger surface, when pulling the trigger. This is the fourth Glock I have owned in the last few months and it is the first one that has had this issue. I have never had to deal with Glock service. Are they fairly easy to deal with? Would they send me a new trigger and trigger bar, or would I have to send the gun back. If I have to send the gun back, I would probably just buy a new smooth trigger and install it. Does the G17/G34 smooth trigger install OK into a G19?