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    Thanks Chris, you answered my question as I perceived it would be from reading here and there. I just needed it clarified I was thinking on track.

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    First post - Awesome thread!!!

    First post on this new (and great!) forum.

    Chris you did an outstanding and very detailed comparison, and I don't think I've seen anything like this anywhere else. Great job and thanks for the info.

    I was just wondering if you have gotten any other connectors in since then like any of the Ghost line of products, or newer versions of the ones you tested?

    Thanks again for all your hard work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaGlockGuy View Post
    First post on this new (and great!) forum.

    Chris you did an outstanding and very detailed comparison, and I don't think I've seen anything like this anywhere else. Great job and thanks for the info.

    I was just wondering if you have gotten any other connectors in since then like any of the Ghost line of products, or newer versions of the ones you tested?

    Thanks again for all your hard work!
    Dakota,

    Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate your comments.

    I don't have plans for any more testing unless a new crop of connectors shows up. The Ghost products have a good reputation, so if that's what you want, I would not hesitate to get one: I have installed several Ghost connectors with good results. Remember, there is a big difference between the Ghost and the Rocket. The Rocket requires fitting with a file to a particular gun, a Ghost 3.5 lb trigger connector does not.

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    Thanks Chris for this information. I'm suprised at how close the pull weights were to one another.
    Except for the Glock standard of course. I've been thinking of buying a Scherer connector and like
    that the standard deviation on their's is only 0.152.

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    We are so busy looking at a replaceable connector; why not change the angle of the trigger bar instead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by barstoolguru View Post
    We are so busy looking at a replaceable connector; why not change the angle of the trigger bar instead?
    I guess that's possible, but the trigger bar is a lot bigger and a bit more expensive than a connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cohland View Post
    I guess that's possible, but the trigger bar is a lot bigger and a bit more expensive than a connector.

    Chris

    a trigger bar assembly is 15.00 and a connector is 13.00 (both off EBay free shipping) so now there is no way to judge the angle but with a file and a little bit of patience’s you can change the angle of the trigger bar. The trigger spring will take out any slack which will be minuet

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    then you can do this if you got time this will give the trigger a 2 lb pull

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    Quote Originally Posted by barstoolguru View Post
    a trigger bar assembly is 15.00 and a connector is 13.00 (both off EBay free shipping) so now there is no way to judge the angle but with a file and a little bit of patience’s you can change the angle of the trigger bar. The trigger spring will take out any slack which will be minuet
    I don't claim to know enough about the feasibility of modifying the trigger bar as you suggest. There may be side-effects. At any rate, I'm personally not interested in messing around with trigger bars (beyond polishing them) when I can get enough of the result simply and easily with the connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barstoolguru View Post
    then you can do this if you got time this will give the trigger a 2 lb pull
    This technique is really re-engineering a critical part of the pistol: the geometry of the trigger. It's an interesting video, but I did not see a place where the claim for a 2 lb pull was made, perhaps I missed it. In any case, doing this work would clearly void the warranty, if that's of any importance. The warnings at the beginning of the video were important.

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