Ghost Trigger Connector?

Ghost Trigger Connector?

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    Ghost Trigger Connector?

    I'm trying to upgrade my glock 19. Is the ghost trigger connector the best one out there? Also, what's the difference between them? There are like 9 of them. While I'm at it, ZEV, Agency, or Apex drop in trigger??? Thanks!
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    What will you be using the gun for?
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    Mostly the range but I'm considering it for CCW as well. I know people say 3.5 lbs is too light for defensive carry but aren't there 6.5 lb connectors as well?
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    I carry a G19 with a ghost connector. I dont know why anyone would say its too light.
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    If you are going to carry it get a Lyman digital trigger gauge. Glock suggests you don't go lower than 5.5# on their trigger pull for carry. Glock's dot trigger connector should be good for your Gen 4 G19...edit...I see you are in Texas....way more gun friendly than NY

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    Quote Originally Posted by gqllc007 View Post
    If you are going to carry it get a Lyman digital trigger gauge. Glock suggests you don't go lower than 5.5# on their trigger pull for carry. Glock's dot trigger connector should be good for your Gen 4 G19...edit...I see you are in Texas....way more gun friendly than NY
    The factory trigger is 5.5lbs, at least in theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Havok View Post
    The factory trigger is 5.5lbs, at least in theory.
    In theory yes. In reality no
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    The connectors IMO do very little to improve the trigger of a glock,at least the Ghost model
    was a disappointment for me,maybe got a half a pound improvement on my scale. for 20 bucks
    i guess its worth it but a real trigger job takes more than 20 bucks

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    So would you rather buy a Zev or Agency Arms drop in trigger? Which one is better in your opinion? (I'd rather not have to mail my gun in to get a trigger job done)
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    Quote Originally Posted by txs171 View Post
    So would you rather buy a Zev or Agency Arms drop in trigger? Which one is better in your opinion? (I'd rather not have to mail my gun in to get a trigger job done)
    Here is what I think of Zev triggers:

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    Thanks for the heads up. As a AIWB carrier I'd rather not have to deal with an AD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnycrocket View Post
    The connectors IMO do very little to improve the trigger of a glock,at least the Ghost model
    was a disappointment for me,maybe got a half a pound improvement on my scale. for 20 bucks
    i guess its worth it but a real trigger job takes more than 20 bucks
    So it just dropped the trigger pull weight? It didn't help with the reset or break? Which model did you get?
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    You like your Glock? Keep it stock!
    In the Glock armorer course we changed the trigger pull several times...I prefer the stock trigger.
    Learn to use it and depend upon it as it is...IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by RETSUPT99 View Post
    You like your Glock? Keep it stock!
    In the Glock armorer course we changed the trigger pull several times...I prefer the stock trigger.
    Learn to use it and depend upon it as it is...IMHO
    But it's so squishy....I have a Sig P320 and HK VP9, the break and creep are incomparable
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    Lone Wolf sells a kit with 3.5# connector and 6# trigger spring. It drops the trigger pull from around 5.5# down to around 4.5#, which I think is just great. Not a dramatic difference, but easy and inexpensive to do, with a nice result.

    In addition, I polish the surface of the striker block and the various trigger control contact surfaces. This polishing is something that naturally happens through a lot of use, but you can get the benefit of it more quickly with a little fluff and buff. I have never felt the need for buying expensive after market triggers, though I do change trigger faces to smooth if they happen to be serrated. Add Talon rubber grip to the pistol and I'm loving it!

    All of my Glocks have received these tweaks.

    Those with sharp eyes will notice that my G30 has a Wolff dual-spring steel guide rod kit which adds a little more weight to the front of the gun, making it shoot just a mite bit softer. This change wasn't really a "need", it was simply a "desire".


    Yes, I polished the muzzle. I just like the looks of that bright muzzle with the gaping .45 caliber bore.
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