Calling all Glockophiles!! I need your help!!!

This is a discussion on Calling all Glockophiles!! I need your help!!! within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by OldVet Because it goes bang every time I pull the trigger, I'm not messing with it. It's "combat effective" already. If I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Because it goes bang every time I pull the trigger, I'm not messing with it. It's "combat effective" already. If I wanted a top-of-the-line, match-grade target handgun with that perfect trigger, I wouldn't be using a Glock.
    Amen! As far as my EDC goes I want to be as proficient as possible with the stock configuration, never know when I may have to use a battlefield pick-up GLOCK that is likely stock. The only thing I've considered is the 25 cent trigger job, but I haven't pulled the trigger (please hold your applause) on that yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandalitten View Post
    If you just want a lighter pull, then a new connector is all you need. However, if you want less creep, minimal reset on top of it, check out a triger from Glockworx.
    http://www.glockworx.com/
    They are more expensive, but they drop right in.
    COOL thanks I picked up on this thread too; I love my G-22 but the creep is something I would like to lesson....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerby View Post
    COOL thanks I picked up on this thread too; I love my G-22 but the creep is something I would like to lesson....
    Holy crap not cheap //// I guess I do not mind the creep that much haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Because it goes bang every time I pull the trigger, I'm not messing with it. It's "combat effective" already. If I wanted a top-of-the-line, match-grade target handgun with that perfect trigger, I wouldn't be using a Glock.
    I totally agree with you.

    For work, I want my Glock stock with stock magazine. Sure for compeition, a sweet trigger would be great.. but for day in and day out work.. NO WAY.. I'm staying stock

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    Timmy I have to ask, are these guns that you carry for self defense? If so, I will only offer my opinion, shared by several highly respected firearms trainers. I do not modify the triggers on my carry guns. i especially will not make the pull lighter. i feel this way because I wouldn't want some lawyer to argue that I shot his poor client, who was just turning his life around from a life of crime to a respectable citizen with a gun that was modified to make it easier to shoot someone with.

    just my opinion but, I'm not alone in it. And it's something to think about.
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    TN Mike, didnt you have a encounter that the lighter trigger may not have been a good idea? Or did you have the 3.5lb trigger on it at the time? I remember when you had that close call. If its just for shooting matches, then a lighter trigger does seem like a good idea.
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    I have tried the 3.5 connector and the 8lb NY trigger. I liked it at first but I have come back to the standard stock Glock connector and trigger. That's just me but I am comfortable with my decision. Just short re-setting the trigger after each shot makes a nice crisp stock trigger.
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    Leave it stock and learn to shoot it as such. Competition can be good training - I would not recommend one configuration for competition and another for carry. Keep the feel the same.
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    I prefer the factory Glock 3.5# connector and the standard coil trigger spring.

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