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Old March 27, 2009, 10:41 PM   #1
Gregory Gauvin
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Lone Wolf vs. Scherer

Can anybody compare the 3.5# Scherer connector to the 3.5# Lone Wolf in terms of which one has less "creep" or "mush" when shooting from reset?

I installed the Scherer in my Glock 23 primarily based on the reviews I found at MidwayUSA. The scherer received a 5-star, while there were reports of malfunctions with the Lone Wolf. I do believe the scherer has improved my trigger, but would like to know for $10 if it is worth picking up a Lone Wolf just to see if it has less creep. I'd like to get the trigger to break as best as I can. I know this is really kind of nit picking, as I know all 3.5 connectors have mush to them.

Just wondering if anyone has had experience with both for a comparison.
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Old March 28, 2009, 03:26 PM   #2
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I'm using both. Seems to me that the Lonewolf does have a little less mush than the Scherer. Both have less mush than the Ghost Rocket or the Glock factory 3.5# connectors. The Ghost Ultimate is pretty equal to LW and Scherer.

Never had a failure-to-function with any of them. The LW connector reduced the trigger pull weight more than any of the others.
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Old March 29, 2009, 01:43 AM   #3
Gregory Gauvin
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Does it have $10 worth of less mush?
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Old March 29, 2009, 07:34 PM   #4
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Does to me; however, I have a dealer account @ LW, so it's only $7.00 for me. When I think about how much ammo I shot up today at the range, the thought of spending $10 for something that I might like doesn't seem to consequential.
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