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  1. Glock Trigger

    So the trigger on my Glock 19 is a little squishy. I know if it was crisper I could get bettershots. Does anyone know what could be done to fix the trigger to make it crisper.

    Spencer

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    my g19 trigger is crisp you can call glock 770432 1202
    send it to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer R. View Post
    So the trigger on my Glock 19 is a little squishy. I know if it was crisper I could get bettershots. Does anyone know what could be done to fix the trigger to make it crisper.

    Spencer
    Glock Parts and Accesories - GlockStore.com

    I'm not a Glock shooter much ( I have a couple) but I have shot a Glock or two that one of our local IDPA hotrods shoots, and for a Glock it has a nice trigger. The lick above maybe what you are looking for.

    Steve

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    Brian Enos - Competition Shooting Books, Slide-Glide, DVDs & Reloading ask the question there and you'll get all kinds of answers and different aftermarket companies that can turn your trigger into something you won't believe.

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    handgonnetoter Guest
    [QUOTE=mark5019;156765]my g19 trigger is crisp you can call glock 770432 1202
    send it to them[/QUOT

    My G19 has a pretty good trigger too. There is a little bit of "squishy" to it, but you have to remember that it is a polymer pistol and not a finely tuned 1911 or revolver. Maybe if you went to the 3.5 pound trigger bar it would be better. Personally, I keep mine stock. It is still one of the best shooting handguns I have.

  7. Iím not an advocate of change for the sake of change. I think that a rush to judgment often applies with perceived change/modification to enhance performance. Be very selective.

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    Google Glock 25 cent trigger job. Just a stone and a little polishing of the connector and a couple other surfaces and you won't believe the difference. Takes 15-20 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    My G19 has a pretty good trigger too. There is a little bit of "squishy" to it, but you have to remember that it is a polymer pistol and not a finely tuned 1911 or revolver.
    I just remember that the Glock is a finely tuned polymer pistol.

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