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    That is a sweet video, & I was told repeatedly for years "You cant do anything for a Glock trigger"
    Yea right, I'm going to try this out...

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    Great program, Just worked on my G23 and with the good info on Boomers video and this site info and it works great. Boomer has some great info on where to remove and polish that is not on any other site. I have a Ghost set of sprigs, Ghost EVO conector, and Boomers polish/file job. Can't wait to shoot at the range.

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    Just remember that anytime you change/modify trigger parts you should also check engagement with one of Glock's orange half height slide covers... Additionally, you might only load one round the first time you fire it after the mods... Then load two rounds and shoot it again... Make sure it doesn't double...
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    jb I heard a G22 go full auto at the range last year. Lucky it only had 3 rounds. What would you expect to happen if had 10 rounds and he dropped the gun. He had installed a 3.5 lb connector and it didn't fit right. Wow!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by __jb View Post
    Just remember that anytime you change/modify trigger parts you should also check engagement with one of Glock's orange half height slide covers... Additionally, you might only load one round the first time you fire it after the mods... Then load two rounds and shoot it again... Make sure it doesn't double...
    Excellant advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Thank you guys for the comments, its very much appreciated.

    I uploaded some pictures below showing the areas to tweak for those who requested.

    In these first two pictures, the green circle indicates the area of plastic on the Trigger Mechanism Housing that needs to be slightly rounded and smoothed. The plastic area outlined in blue around the Connector might sometimes bind with the Connector. If there is any binding of the Connector on the plastic, make sure to slightly sand of work the area with a file until there is no more binding.



    In these two pictures, the area encircled in red might sometimes have a burr and will need to be lightly filed or sanded to smooth out the edge. The area circled in orange, pushes up the Striker Pin Block. This area will need to be smoothed over with a honing stone or some 400 grit sand paper(if sand paper is used, it will need to be backed with something hard and flat, like a flat blade screwdriver) and the polished.

    I realize that this is an old thread, but it's so valuable I wanted to recount my recent use of this information provided by boomer.

    Getting a G21SF ready for use in USPSA Limited 10 Division, I started with a gun that had only some polishing done on the trigger bar and "-" connector. I carefully followed the instructions on trimming the Trigger Mechanism Housing to remove any friction, the instructions (I forget where they were posted) on putting a very slight bevel on the top/side of the nose of the Trigger Bar, and the instructions on getting the "ramp" (or "bump") on the Trigger Bar that activates the Firing Pin Safety very smooth and flat, and then polishing it.

    While I haven't measured the trigger pull, the weight is not what was important to me: it's the smoothness. These three changes gave me the smoothest Glock trigger I have felt, where I can feel the pressure slowly growing as the striker is cocked. All this at a cost of ZERO.

    Again, well done, boomer!

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    Thanks for posting this. The often overlooked part is the trigger housing. Nice job!

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    Very interesting. I'm going to give it a try. Thank you. Appreciate you sharing.


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