I installed a 3.5 lb lone wolf connector to try and after quite a bit of dry fire practice I replaced it with the stock one. Very unimpressed. I recommend using the stock setup for some time before changing things out so you will know fore sure if you like anything you change.Do you recommend a trigger? I want a crisp, light and short trigger pull.
I have had glocks for many years but they are all stock because I use them for personal protection. I don't feel the need to fix something that is not broken. In my opinion a stock Glock is as reliable as they come. I'm looking to make mods to the G20 as I will not be using it for protection.If it is stock I'd leave it alone.
Not sure what you want it for but I do believe the standard trigger can be overcome for most uses and is certainly safe.
I'm new to Glocks and the G20 also, and am finding the factory stock guns much more easily "conquered" than I thought they would be.
What do you think about a LW threaded barrel with a Compensator?I'd add some srteel sights. A LW barrel to shoot lead with, and shoot the hell out of it. The trigger is no biggie, smooths up with dry fire practice.
the G-20 pretty much does it all. I go nowhere without mine.
They don't really work much. They are hard to keep clean. They directWhat do you think about a LW threaded barrel with a Compensator?
Thank you for the good info. And that is one sick looking 29 you have there!They don't really work much. They are hard to keep clean. They direct
flaming dirt into your face if the wind is just right. Even without wind, the smoke shoots up into your field of view. At night, the Flash blinds you so you can't make that second shot.
The only thing I like about them is they look cool. But I need more than cool on my weapon.
I prefer an extended barrel (after market) for:
1. You can shoot reloads. (Speedy lead won't foul the barrel)
2. They have slightly better support for hot loads
3. A longer barrel gives you more speed
4. No holes or compensators gives you a clean, fast bullet. No smoke or dirt (ash) in the face.
Have fun with your new GLOCK.!