View Full Version : Best aftermarket trigger system and spring package for a Glock?
April 12, 2011, 12:46 AM
I have a new Glock 17 gen. 4 and a Glock 34 gen. 3 I would like to install improved trigger assemblies and springs in them. Some of the claims I have seen talk about improving the quality of the trigger. Things like reduced pull weight, smother crisper relies, take-up and over travel reduced, one even said the trigger was like a 1911.
So my question is if anyone has any advice on which system would be the best for the buck?
April 12, 2011, 01:21 AM
What do you feel is inadequate in the stock trigger? You have to answer that question first after firing hundreds of rounds on the stock trigger.
April 12, 2011, 08:16 PM
I'm curious about why you think there's a problem with the trigger. I can think of many other semi-autos that have far worse triggers than stock Glocks.
April 12, 2011, 09:07 PM
Ok guys I’ve have a 17 that I did my own trigger job on about 12 years ago. All I did was to polish up all of the surfaces that rub together very carefully and install a 3.5 pound connector all stock Glock parts. It’s safe to say that I have run about 288,000+ rounds through it and I am happy with the system. I understand the pluses and minuses with the Glock trigger. And I am always amused with the ones that complain about the trigger pull or will compare it to a single action. I just got a 17 gen. 4 and I have to say I’m impressed with how bad it’s trigger is. As far as the new 34 gen 3 goes I will be using it for competition only. It will be replacing a custom 9mm 1911 that’s getting a little long in the tooth. A fellow competitor had me shoot his 34 with a wolf spring package and some other things replaced in the trigger group. I was shocked at the improvement over my trigger job or for that matter any other Glock I have shot.
April 14, 2011, 09:55 PM
I've heard different views about doing after market or custom upgrades on Glock pistols. Many say it's not really needed but if you desire improved use, check out these sources: www.Glockstore.com www.Glockbooks.com www.Customizeyourglock.com .
Lenny Magill's Glock Store offers a few trigger & spring units. Morgan Boatman's Glock websites offer insight on repairs & custom work.
April 15, 2011, 04:14 AM
You do not need a different trigger. You will need to try out the following components to determine which one combination suits you best.
b. Trigger return spring
c. Striker spring
All of these have a bearing on the pull weight.
Of these three, I will say that you really do NOT want to change out the striker spring. After all, you do not want to compromise reliability of the pistol.
April 15, 2011, 10:11 PM
Thanks for all the information.
April 15, 2011, 10:26 PM
Had a few of his kits in competition Glocks. Now, I've gone back to just polishing the surfaces and shooting it a bunch.
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