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    SAF-T-TRIGGER Install Instructions

    Hello one and all, Hoping for some pointers or install directions on SAF-T-Trigger. Any help is much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerized View Post
    Hello one and all, Hoping for some pointers or install directions on SAF-T-Trigger. Any help is much appreciated!
    Do a google search on it there are some articles on there about it.

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    Are you talking about an actual trigger assembly or a trigger block.

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    No this is an add on locking button which comes with a key. It mounts thru (via a drilled hole) the trigger guard and protrudes just behind the trigger to prevent trigger pull.

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    I think this is what you are talking about if not I give up. These do not require any drilling just position it behind the trigger and then push it out when you are ready to shoot the gun.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBoXmpADvTQ
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prD8bFnGzOY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIFTKapiLSw
    https://www.clipdraw.com/saf-t-blok-glock/

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    Can't knock you for tryin man. Not that one though. I took a mike to the housing and it seems to work out to a 9/32 bit
    What I'm worried about is borin a hole into my trigger guard. Got 2 of em for free. It seems like a good idea to prevent trigger pull.
    the button would most definitely do what it's designed to do.

    Well thanks for the comeback man, I'll probably take her to my armorer once this Pangolin Virus is over

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    Are you in a state that mandates certain locks? If not, I wouldn’t damage a frame for that lock. If I’m not mistaken they’ve been discontinued.

    There are lots of trigger lock options that don’t require drilling the frame. If you’re trying to get an external safety on a Glock - that’s a whole different conversation, but even then there are better options in my opinion.


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    As has been stated in other places, a fix for a non existent problem.

    Is this something your interested in doing to your EDC weapon, if so why ?

    If this is something your interested in doing to a back up/night stand/or other second choice weapon, again the same question.

    From the image in the package it will require using one of those "keys" to lower the button stopping the trigger movement, not sure that is a good thing, when presentation of your weapon in a timely manner, is most important !

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