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Glock Trigger Job

Postby abrian8 » Fri 08 Mar 2013 11:03 am

I have decided I want to do a 3.5 trigger in my Glock 30. Can you buy the connector locally? How about the tool? There are several options on CTD some with springs and some without. What are your thoughts? Or is there a smith in the Layton area and how much would you charge to do it for me?
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Re: Glock Trigger Job

Postby Snurd » Fri 08 Mar 2013 1:12 pm

You can buy connectors locally. The best drop in trigger I have found is the Ghost Inc. drop in. Not a fan of the Scherer brand. It seems to have more of a spongy feeling to the trigger pull.

If you want a really good trigger, get a ghost connector fitted by a gun smith. We have had a couple done by Crusader Weaponry and they are really nice.


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Re: Glock Trigger Job

Postby UnderratedF00l » Fri 08 Mar 2013 1:33 pm

Call me crazy, but I'm a fan of just the regular stock trigger pulls. That said, my favorite drop-in trigger is the "Skimmer" trigger by Travis Haley and GlockTriggers.com.

It's created from Glock OEM parts (bonus!) and drops the pull to 4.5 lbs, but the best part is that it completely takes out ALL trigger creep. My Glock 19's trigger is very similar to a 1911 now with that "breaks glass" feeling, and I love it.

Unfortunately, it's not available for the .45 acp Glocks yet -- only for 9mm/.40/.357 models.

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Re: Glock Trigger Job

Postby UtahCFP » Fri 08 Mar 2013 2:02 pm

abrian8 wrote:I have decided I want to do a 3.5 trigger in my Glock 30. Can you buy the connector locally? How about the tool? There are several options on CTD some with springs and some without. What are your thoughts? Or is there a smith in the Layton area and how much would you charge to do it for me?


The "3.5" lb trigger folks have talked about forever is actually more like 4.5 lb. GLOCK stock is 5.5 lb (except for G34, G35).

It's tough to get the 4.5 "minus connector" from GLOCK, but it looks like Glockmeister has them (http://www.glockmeister.com/45-Pound-St ... info/G721/). Various manufacturers make the minus connector.
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Re: Glock Trigger Job

Postby Utah_patriot » Fri 08 Mar 2013 2:21 pm

I really love my ghost brand 3.5 pound trigger pull best decision I made most stores will put it in if you buy it from them

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Re: Glock Trigger Job

Postby DKMFan85 » Thu 14 Mar 2013 3:34 pm

I'll echo UnderratedF00l on the Haley Skimmer kit. It's pricey, but I feel it's worth every penny. You can get in in .45, you just have to call them up before you place the order and they will tell you what you need to put in the "special instructions" box when you place your order. They'll just take the .45 trigger components and do the same treatment they do on the lower caliber kits.
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