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NY1 Trigger Spring /w Spring Removed?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by 556A2, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. 556A2

    556A2

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    I've seen a couple of posts on different forums about this setup.

    Its just a NY1 Trigger Spring with the spring removed, usually paired with a 3.5lb connector.

    Does anyone run one of these?
     
  2. sgtlmj

    sgtlmj NRA Life Member Millennium Member

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    Do a search. Lots of info here on it. I just searched for "NY1" and came up with a ton of stuff. :wavey:
     

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    All of the Glocks I carry have N.Y. - spring and 3.5 connector. I've broken four regular trigger springs, supposedly three more than I should have without firing 60,000,000 rds. according to some Kool-aide Kids on the interweb. I even broke one sitting on my couch dry firing a 17 a few years ago. It works well and after K's of rds. the trigger really smooths out anyway so I see no difference in speed of fire. The one Glock I don't carry (17) has the regular TS with a 3.5 and it is a lighter pull, no doubt.
     
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    Am I correct in assuming that you mean removing the spring from the NY1 part itself, not just removing the standard coil trigger spring? I know you can use the plastic alone, but, over time I would imagine the pressure offered by the plastic would decline.
     
  5. 556A2

    556A2

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    Yes

    That is what I am wondering as well.