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Glocktrigger 06-24-2011 09:13

2 New Trigger Systems Coming Soon!!!
 
We will be coming out with 2 New Trigger Systems for your Glock in the very near future. They will be the first that offer multiple trigger pull weights and will have new parts added as well. Stay tuned.

skydiver69 02-19-2012 22:44

what is the lightest trigger pulll available for a glock 34 gen 4 ?

Glocktrigger 02-19-2012 22:55

The lightest trigger I will make is 2.5 lbs.

skydiver69 02-22-2012 13:40

Is there a noticeable difference between 3,5 and 2.5...I got my Glock frm GlockMeister and I think their competition trigger is either a 3,25 or a 3,5.

Glocktrigger 02-22-2012 14:46

Yes there would be a noticeable difference. 1 lb. is significant.

skydiver69 02-23-2012 11:33

Thanks for the quick responses. About how much would it cost to have a 2.5 pound trigger installed on a Glock34gen4. What open sights would you suggest for target shooting? Joe

tim12232 02-23-2012 13:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by skydiver69 (Post 18620417)
Thanks for the quick responses. About how much would it cost to have a 2.5 pound trigger installed on a Glock34gen4. What open sights would you suggest for target shooting? Joe

hopefully not out of place here, but I am assuming the 2 new triggers they will have coming out should be no more difficult in installing than most other trigger sets......in other words pretty simple if you have COMPLETELY disassembled your gun before for say a .25 cent trigger job.

Tim

Glocktrigger 02-23-2012 16:31

Tim, If you will just go to www.glocktriggers.com and watch the installation video on the Products page you can see how simple it is. Sounds like you probably already know. If your a fan of the .25 cent job, fine with me. Some people want a complete trigger system with modifications to enhance function. They don't necessarily want to do it themselves. I do encourage everyone to take a Glock Armorer's course to help them understand and be able to work on their own Glock.

tim12232 02-23-2012 22:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glocktrigger (Post 18621536)
Tim, If you will just go to www.glocktriggers.com and watch the installation video on the Products page you can see how simple it is. Sounds like you probably already know. If your a fan of the .25 cent job, fine with me. Some people want a complete trigger system with modifications to enhance function. They don't necessarily want to do it themselves. I do encourage everyone to take a Glock Armorer's course to help them understand and be able to work on their own Glock.

:goodpost: I am currently setting some cash aside for one of your trigger kits for my G21!!! .25 cent was just on my edc g19.
Thanks for the info!

theglock 01-03-2013 15:15

Just installed the Skimmer. Took me less than an hour, watching the installation video. First time I've taken the Glock that far down. Needed some cleaning along the way, too, so that was the extra time involved. Anyway, trigger feels great with dry fire. Will probably be another ten days before I get to the range. Looking forward to it! :-)

Lobbied for one for my G-37, but so far no joy. Perhaps if others are interested in that option...


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