Trigger comparison: stock G19 and G35 with GlockWORX trigger kit

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by kglocker, Sep 25, 2007.

  1. kglocker

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    I recently installed a GlockWORX competition trigger kit in my Glock 35 and shot it in a match this last weekend. Overall, I was very impressed with the trigger. It's smooth and breaks cleanly with less overtravel. I didn't have a big problem with the stock trigger, but I have short fingers and wanted to reduce the pretravel, so I thought some of you might be interested to see a comparison between my trusty stock G19 and my competition G35 triggers.

    Here are both guns at approximately the same relative size:

    Glock 19:
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    Glock 35 (almost looks like the trigger's been pulled already, but it hasn't!):
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    And here are the trigger portions with one image overlaid on the other. The pretravel is greatly reduced and it helped me improve my grip. Yes, all safeties including the trigger safety are fully operational:
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    Nice work on those pictures, especially the overlay one
     

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    Does their triggerbar have different dimensions. The only way I can figure how to reduce pretravel is to shorten the length between the trigger itself and the triggerbar extension... or change the angle of the trigger.
     
  4. kglocker

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    I'm not sure. Maybe someone else has an idea...
     
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  6. kglocker

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    Here you go:

    G19 trigger bar:

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    G35 (GlockWORX) trigger bar:
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    This is the part I think Judgemax was talking about:
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  7. GlockWORX

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    That is correct kglocker :thumbsup:
     
  8. Judgemax

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    333333
     
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  9. kglocker

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    Cool, thanks for the suggestions :supergrin:
     
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    What does the pull end up as? How many lbs?
     
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    No idea. It's light, but I don't have anything to measure that.
     
  12. GlockWORX

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    Our competition trigger kits usually end up being less than a 2lb pull and often around 1.5lb. Our delux competition trigger includes our cutom lightened striker and those are consistently under 1.5lbs.