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Old April 21, 1999, 08:42 PM   #1
RCH
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I own a Glock 19 and 20. Love the smooth flat trigger of the 20, don't like the "step-down" surface of the 19. After 100 plus rounds, a sore spot appears on my trigger finger. I know that Glock may have designed the 17/19s trigger that way to prevent accidental discharges. Can the 19's trigger be interchanged with another model's smooth flat trigger?

Also, is anyone making aftermarket triggers?
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Old April 22, 1999, 12:06 AM   #2
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The smooth trigger from the G17 (also 17L/22/24/31/34/35) can be used in the G19 (also 23/25/26/27/28/32/33). The grooved trigger on the smaller pistols is a simple ploy for BATF import points...by the addition of grooves, it becomes a 'target' trigger, suitable for 'sporting purposes'.

As for replacement triggers, Glockmeister www.glockmeister.com is offering a factory trigger that has been polished. A trigger stop is optional. Lightning Strike www.lspi.com is about to release an aluminum faced trigger. It can be seen on their web page, but it has no other details.
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Old April 25, 1999, 08:48 PM   #3
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If you want to experiment, try sticking with the Factory triggers from one of the full-size Glocks.

It sounds like it will solve your problems and make your Glock 19 more comfortable to shoot without voiding the warranty.
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