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What you want in a trigger job?

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Fireglock, Dec 19, 2002.

  1. Fireglock

    Fireglock Which is worse?

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    If you were purchasing a trigger job, specifically for GSSF, what would you want in it? If you were shooting Stock gun and Unlimited would you want the Unlimited gun to be the absolute best it could be or similar to your stock gun?
     
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    21 shooter

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    I would want each one to be as good as possible. There is enough difference in the two pistols that a slightly different feel to the trigger would be insignificant. Actually, the same trigger you have on your UL would be fine! ;f
     

  3. Fireglock

    Fireglock Which is worse?

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    I think you might like it a bit more now. ;)
     
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    What have you done (or had done) to it?
     
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    Sniper 7.62

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    I would like to have one more of those FLA panhandel trigger jobs ;K
     
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    I've heard rumor that FireGlock uses pure Gator Grease to make his triggers so smooth.;l ;l ;l ;l
     
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    DEJ/FL Millennium Member

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    To remove the "JERK" behind the trigger;Q ;f
    Dan:cool:
     
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    Well..........It is Christmas! Send me your parts and I'll see if Santa can help you out!!;f
    Dan:cool:
     
  9. PhilipD

    PhilipD 17L/CarverMount

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    FireGlock:
    I might be on the wrong track here but are you asking what would me like to see in a Glock trigger job "If Possible"?

    Well if that is what you are asking then here goes.

    I would like the see a Glock trigger break at 16 to 18 ozs. like all of my 1911's do. But I know that this is not going to happen so I will be happy with the one in my G17L that is breaking at about 2 1/2 lbs. or 40 ozs.
     
  10. Fireglock

    Fireglock Which is worse?

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    Well I know you like a few other things in your trigger Philip. ;f Actually I wondered what GSSF shooters wanted changed on their Glocks for competition. I know what you like. ;f
     
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    He likes me Jerry.:cool: :cool: :cool:
     
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    I was thinking about this a few weeks ago as the JAX match gets closer and I get so little practice time at the range. Rather than keep trying to make the trigger lighter and lighter, why not just make it seem lighter?

    I bought a Gripmaster (mentioned in another thread on GT for building hand strength), and have been using it regularly. In addition to strengthening the hands/fingers, it makes a nice stress reliever toy for those long customer phone calls.

    I figure the more hand/finger strength I have, the lower the total percentage of my strength I'll need to pull the trigger or keep my grip, leaving more strength for trigger/grip control.

    If nothing else, I'll end up with bigger forearms.