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Posted: 10/11/2003 11:54:50 PM EDT
How do I convert my Glock trigger from a 5lb pull to a 3.5lb pull?

Do I only need a 3.5lb connector?
Link Posted: 10/12/2003 1:35:26 AM EDT
Yep
Link Posted: 10/12/2003 12:08:34 PM EDT
actually the 5# connector in a stock glock results in about a 5.5# pull. the 3.5# connector will be about 4.5# (these are what i have measured on one of my new glocks using a Lyman guage)

with some work, you can get it down to 2# using stock parts.

here's some info from Glockmeister on differnt trigger combos:
glockmeister.com/triggers.shtml
Link Posted: 10/12/2003 12:42:37 PM EDT
With a polished 3.5# connector you can get in the 3#-3.5# range. The fit of the trigger bar makes some difference. I always buy a few trigger bars and swap the out till I find the best fit.

After that you can respring the gun with a glockmeister competition trigger spring, and a reduced power striker spring. With this combination you will still be able to reliably light any primer including small rifle. Now you'll be in the 2.25-2.5# range. If you go one step further with a skeltonized striker you will need to use federal primers only.
Link Posted: 10/13/2003 11:31:02 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Danno_man:
actually the 5# connector in a stock glock results in about a 5.5# pull. the 3.5# connector will be about 4.5# (these are what i have measured on one of my new glocks using a Lyman guage)

with some work, you can get it down to 2# using stock parts.

here's some info from Glockmeister on differnt trigger combos:
glockmeister.com/triggers.shtml



I added a 3.5 connector from Lone Wolf to my 21 & I really can't tell the difference.
Link Posted: 10/18/2003 7:26:14 AM EDT
I use a 3.5 and I can tell a difference.
Trigger pull is right where I like it.
Link Posted: 10/18/2003 5:46:07 PM EDT
My competition gun has a 3.5# connector and a stock trigger spring. My carry gun has a 3.5# connector and a NY1 trigger spring. I have tried a reduced power striker spring in only one gun but I did have reliability issues with it. YMMV.
Link Posted: 10/19/2003 12:48:50 PM EDT

Originally Posted By drobs:

Originally Posted By Danno_man:
actually the 5# connector in a stock glock results in about a 5.5# pull. the 3.5# connector will be about 4.5# (these are what i have measured on one of my new glocks using a Lyman guage)

with some work, you can get it down to 2# using stock parts.

here's some info from Glockmeister on differnt trigger combos:
glockmeister.com/triggers.shtml



I added a 3.5 connector from Lone Wolf to my 21 & I really can't tell the difference.



try using a stock 3.5 connector.
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