Trigger work, ideally in North Carolina??
I love my Glock 19 (generation 3). I took it to the range for the second time today and am starting to get some good, consistent groupings with it. However, I really wish the trigger had an easier pull -- I found that I had to squeeze so hard that it was very difficult to keep the pistol steady.
I don't necessarily want a "hair trigger" on it, but an easier pull would really be nice. I am new to guns and I confess I know almost nothing about the gunsmithing process, or even what improvements to the trigger I could expect.
So, what are my options? I live in Greensboro, North Carolina -- is there a gunsmith within 2 hours of me who any of you could recommend for this?
Educate me. Thanks in advance for your replies.