triger pull, glock 22

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  1. Rondo ihde

    Rondo ihde Active Member

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    Glock 22, 40 cal need to bring triger pull down, 3.5# where do I go for parts and what do I need ? It's terrible !
     
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    If you are comfortable doing it you can easily install the part
    You need a 3.5# connector.
    I recommend Ghost Edge

    The only tool it takes to install is a simple punch

    While you have it apart , I suggest an extended slide latch also
     
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  3. Rondo ihde

    Rondo ihde Active Member

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    Dbcopper, I can do it but need to know, what parts and where to get them.

    Took my conceal, carry and it was terrible.

    IMG_0059.JPG I have a handicap, here but triger pull WILL help.
     
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    dbcooper Well-Known Member

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    Midway has everything you need
    Here is a Lone Wolf from Midway, I have several of these. They are very good
    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/358424/lone-wolf-connector-glock-all-models-3-1-2-lb

    Here is a Glock tool. Its the only punch you need to work on it.
    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/181144/glock-disassembly-tool

    Here is the slide stop. If you are going to do the connector, do this at the same time
    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/79...6-27-30-31-32-33-34-35-3-pin-model-steel-blue

    There are literally a hundred or more videos on youtube of people showing you how to do this upgrade


    now, why did you take a picture of your missing digit in a hotel room?
     
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    Rondo ihde Active Member

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    I have an account with midway, I will hit it hard. Thank you buddy!,,,

    That was to show why my triger pull was bad.
     
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    Rondo ihde Active Member

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    Sorry for being naive!
     
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    I can see that
    Do you use your middle finger ?
    That must be tough
     
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    If you are using this as your Conceal Carry firearm, be careful how much you lighten your trigger. The last thing you want is to accidentally discharge your firearm when in a high stress defensive situation. Regardless of the situation, you are responsible for where the lead flies if you intentionally or unintentionally pull the trigger.
     
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    Keep in mind if you do any changes on a Glock it voids the warranty.
    Mike
     
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    dbcooper Well-Known Member

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    yes it voids the warranty so does using hand loads

    Also, if you even drop of Rock Island 1911 or use hand loads, that voids the warranty.

    A lot of gun manufacturers will void the warranty if you change it from original configuration by swapping parts or using reloads
     
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    Trigger job will not void warranty Just dealt with glock on a replacement gun and they even swapped over my custom trigger parts into a replacement gun. BTW that was a lonewolf trigger and I would recommend it to anyone considering a trigger enhancement
     
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    Rondo ihde Active Member

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    Thanks pbrady, was looking at lonewolf, some of the kits come with serveral different parts but not sure if I need all of them.
     
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    STICK WITH THE STOCK STRIKER SPRING THE ONE IN THE KIT IS KNOWN TO CAUSE LIGHT PRIMER STRIKES I'VE SEEN IT SEVERAL TIMES
     
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