Glock NY-2 Trigger Module......

Glock NY-2 Trigger Module......

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    Cool Glock NY-2 Trigger Module......

    After trading and selling afew guns recently I came up with a G-19 with a NY-2 New York trigger module (orange). I have never had anything but the standard Glock trigger. I have not had a chance to take the gun to the range yet but in in dry practice and being an old revolver shooter (S&W and Ruger) I kinda like the feel of the NY trigger.

    What are some of your thoughts on this?

    Massad Ayoob says in an article that he has the NY-1 trigger module (green) and 5lb connector in all his Glocks.
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    I use a NY1 because I rotate ccw with a revolver and I shot the Glock with it's standard trigger before I intended a few times at the range, because of the two different trigger-weights. The NY1 - after I got used to it - gives me plenty of added resistance and it breaks clean - no creep - an excellent combat trigger. Now my 2 carrys feel near the same shooting them. Perfect! for a rotation.

    I think you may find the NY2 too resistant a trigger-pull. If so, buy a replacement - they cost about $20 or less. I had a Glock armorer install it although I know many who do it themselves. No thanks - for me at least. My guns and my car's brakes go to an expert - and I am a LLLOOOOOONG way from being one. You can get the triggers at quite a few sites, or order it from Glock.

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    Cool

    Thanks. I got a NY-1 and NY-2 through Midway USA for $ 1.98 each. I also got the firing pin spring and recoil spring. I do not know how many rounds have been put through this gun so while I have it apart I will get those replaced. Thanks for your reply.
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    NY-1 and standard connector is my personal set up on carry GLOCK's. Any GLOCK I work on (GLOCK Armorer), I always ask if it is for carry or range. If it is for carry purposes, I will recommend this configuration.

    Some people don't like the heavier pull, but I think it is a good balance between the stock 5.5 lbs and your average DA.

    The NY-2 is just too much for me, personally. I have talked to a few "old-school" wheel-gunners that think they are perfect, though.
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    Many years ago when doing tactical work we ran our Glock 35's with the 3.5 disconnect and a NY trigger and loved them.

    As you pull the trigger on a standard Glock you are stretching/pulling the trigger spring with a NY style trigger you are compressing a trigger spring to get that revolver like trigger pull resulting in fantastic improvement in trigger reset. We also ran a Glock 18 machine pistol and with the standard trigger it was hard to control. I put in a NY trigger kit and you could literally fire one, two or three round bursts on command.
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