Not really. The 1911 trigger goes straight back, and the Glock trigger comes out of the housing from the top. Probably the closest thing you could get is a flat faced trigger. I'm not sure if you can just get the pad, which is really only what you need, or if you have to buy the entire kit. Probably looking at around $150 for the kit. Here is one such trigger:http://www.brownells.com/handgun-parts/ ... 81913.aspx
Another thing you can do is slowly grind down the trigger safety until it fits flush with the trigger pad when it is pulled all the way. You may want a gunsmith to do it. I did it on mine and it's WAY more comfortable. Or you could just get an aluminum that trigger pad since most of them do that anyway.
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