I went to the range this morning with my Glock 21SF and Sig P239 DAK and shot 100 rounds with each, along with a friend.
I absolutely love the DAK trigger on the Sig, however I'm having a real hard time warming up the the Glock trigger.
On two prior range trips with the Glock, I was getting good tight groups, but everything was exactly left 2-3 inches on the target. I had the Glock armorer at the range check the gun to see if the sights were OK, and he verified they were good to go. He said I maybe wasn't using enough finger in the trigger.
With all my other guns, I use the center of the pad of the first joint of my trigger finger. The Glock guy told me to try to use more finger, almost to the crease instead. So I tried this, and viola, was getting good accurate results, BUT with a major problem!
The damn trigger now pinches and rubs my finger, so that by about 40 rounds into it, my finger was getting sore! Ugh.
How can I prevent this, or is this something I have to live with? I thought about putting a band-aid across the tip of my finger where it seems to get pinched and rubbed.
Any ideas? I really want to like this Glock, but this trigger finger issue may be a deal breaker. :frown: