pic of NY1 trigger spring installation

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by thedave8, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. thedave8

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    Keep hearing how good the NY1 trigger spring feels, so I looked one up and am thinking of trying one out....looking at it, I dont see how it fits....plastic and metal spring.. .....anyone have a pic? thanks guys
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    It first inside the trigger housing, only fits one way.
     

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    nevermind.....did you tube search.....found it ...thanks
     
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    thanks Danny......looks interesting....my local gunshop guy says he has one and that it improves feel of trigger alot.....dont want to start the beat the dead horse campaign, but is it worth trying out one of these?
     
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    It's worth trying if you are unhappy with the stock trigger setup. I tried one in a Model 19 and didn't like it. I went back to the factory setup.
     
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    I am not unhappy with them, just curious....
     
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    CourtCop Millennium Member

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    The NY1 spring with the 3.5 connector is suppose to be a nice combo. I've been wanting to try it but don't want to spend the $20 or so that everyone wants for the 3.5 connector.

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    arushus Biggest Member

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    I have one in my 27 with a Ghost 3.5 connector. I love the way it feels. I also installed a reduced power striker safety spring.
     
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    After reading one of Massad Ayoob's books i switched to the NY1 with stock connector in my G26.

    I really liked it but I while training with a lady for a scenario where she has to use my pistol the trigger really threw her off. Even though she carries a G26 with regular trigger. I switched back after that since I can't expect others to train with my trigger.

    An interesting point, when I posted my thoughts on the NY1 a while back, Butch said that the 8 lb connector and stock trigger was superior to the NY1 trigger. I don't know since I've never tried it. If you get a chance see if you like one over the other.

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    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    A NY spring simply makes the whole trigger pull heavier and harder to control.

    My opinion is that: Friends don't let friends use NY springs.
     
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    robhic I'm your huckleberry.... Platinum Member

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    This ^^^^^^^ I did the same thing. I want to like the NY 1 trigger spring but it really isn't welcoming me. I went back to the OEM setup. Like Butch says, too. It's just funky.