This is a discussion on NY 1 or NY 2 trigger springs in glocks within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by AndyC Never shot a model 10 before, as far as revolvers go I have a heritage rough rider 22lr / 22mag combo ...
When I first got my Glock last year, I had the NY 1 trigger installed for my comfort level. Fast forward to today, I still have the NY 1 trigger installed but I had the 3.5 connector installed instead of the standard connector. It now has a lighter trigger pull, but a more consistent pull as well.
My gen 2 G 19 was a police trade in, and came with the NY1 trigger. As I am primarily a revolver guy, I like the pull, as it more closely mimics the DA pull I am used to.
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There's no point. If you get startled and reach for the trigger, you are doing so with over 20 pounds of force. As far as an accidental (not negligent) discharge, I have tried several times with an unloaded gun to induce one by letting a piece of my shirt or a holster strap get in front of the trigger with absolutely no luck. Bottom line, I wouldn't do it. In fact, I opted to lighten my trigger pull.
Just to update this old post, the ny1 and ny2 arrived today. I got them in fairly easy. I had a few things that slowed me down some and I had to tinker with however I had no issues really. Got it apart and together quite easy. No armorer needed at all! After some practice and playing I've decided to stick with the NY 2 and stock connector. Thanks everyone for the advice and help.
I have Two police trade in Gen2 G19's. One came with a NY1 and the other a NY2. I couldn't replace them fast enough. The one that came with the NY2 had the rear sight adjusted all the way to the right. It's now centered on the slide and shoots POA. I guess that 12 pound trigger was causing the former user to pull way left. No wonder the NYPD are always hitting innocent bystanders.
I tried the NY1 and - connector once out of curiosity and didn't like it.