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Smooth glock trigger?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Signmaker, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. Signmaker

    Signmaker

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    Hi. I am looking for a way make my G19 trigger smoother and more crisp. This is my EDC so I don't want the trigger to be too light....no less than 3.5 lbs of pull and I don't even care if its 5.5lbs..just want it to be smooth.
    I just want to take out some of the travel out and make it smooth. I have already done the .25 cent trigger job and didnt notice much difference, so I'm looking for recommendations.
     
  2. bentbiker

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    Take a look at the Ghost Tactical connector. It is a 5.0 to avoid the creep I've seen from every 3.5, and it eliminates the overtravel and shortens reset. Then look at the titanium safety plunger to smooth out the first phase of the trigger pull. If you'd like it just a little lighter on the pull, add the 6# trigger spring.
     

  3. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    Learn to use the reset?
     
  4. Brent10mm

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    I just put the Ghost 3.5 in my 19, very nice....:supergrin:
     
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  5. Signmaker

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    Whats a good way to learn the reset?

    I just picked up the latest issue of Gun World last night and on pg. 74 there is a great article called "Getting the most from your glock". It describes in detail how to make the trigger action smoother and where to buy all the components.