Trigger upgrade?

Stock Glock triggers aren’t horrible, but they aren’t great either.  With a trigger pull of 5.39 lb – 6.29 lb (depending on the model), a “trigger job” of high polishing the trigger components can drop about 1 lb of pull.

For many people, they still feel too spongy so they opt for a full trigger upgrade.

There are many to choose from.  Each manufacturer seems to tweak the geometry of the trigger safety pin location and contour of the trigger shoe as their primary mojo.

We tried them all.  Some are flat out worse than the stock Glock trigger.  Others, like Apex and Timney stand apart from the rest.  Super crisp break with smooth trigger pull.

No Matter what, keep your booger hooker off the Bang switch until its go time.

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