Glock Trigger Pull...HELP!!!
For the past several months I've read many of the threads on how to improve the trigger pull of a Glock. I've tried them on many Glocks, but always with the same result... 5 lbs. I'm trying to achieve approx. a 3 1/2 lb pull that is crisp, as close to a 1911 as possible. (The guns will be used for competition, and not carry)
I've done the 25 cent polish job, used various connectors from Glock, LWD, and Scherer. I've bent the connector and even made cuts in it. I've raised the hole in the trigger bar for the stock trigger spring. Tried a reduced power striker spring, and cut off the end of the striker at a 45 degee angle where it contacts the "sear".
I don't want to sent my guns off to have them done professionally because of the cost and the shipping charges. Plus, it hurts me not to beable to accomplish what others do routinely.
I hate to give up on these guns and resort back to my 1911's and Sigs. However, after awhile beating your head against the wall, it begins to hurt.
I have attempted to buy one of the 2 lb Triggerkits, but no one ever answers the phone, and if you leave a message, I've never gotten a return call.
Any suggestions? Thanking everyone in advance.