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    Chris,

    Since you seem to be the great grand Guru of Gluck's on the forum I have a question for you.

    Do you know anyway to eliminate or greatly reduce the pre travel on the Glock triggers? I have seen some trigger housings that use setscrews to reduce the pre travel and over travel but do you know of any other way to reduce the pre travel?

    Let me know.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba68 View Post
    Chris,

    Since you seem to be the great grand Guru of Gluck's on the forum I have a question for you.

    Do you know anyway to eliminate or greatly reduce the pre travel on the Glock triggers? I have seen some trigger housings that use setscrews to reduce the pre travel and over travel but do you know of any other way to reduce the pre travel?

    Let me know.

    Thanks
    Bubba68,

    You are too kind. Please believe me when I say that there are a lot of folks on this forum who know more than I do about Glocks, the only difference is that I can type faster than some of them!

    I know of one certain way to reduce pre-travel, and that is to buy a trigger kit with the trigger pinned. Here is one: The "EDGE" Competition Trigger System - GlockTriggers.com

    NOTE CAREFULLY that there is a version for Gen3 and Gen4. I have this kit installed in a G35 and it works perfectly, there's almost no pre-travel.

    Chris
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    Quote Originally Posted by cohland View Post
    Bubba68,

    You are too kind. Please believe me when I say that there are a lot of folks on this forum who know more than I do about Glocks, the only difference is that I can type faster than some of them!

    I know of one certain way to reduce pre-travel, and that is to buy a trigger kit with the trigger pinned. Here is one: The "EDGE" Competition Trigger System - GlockTriggers.com

    NOTE CAREFULLY that there is a version for Gen3 and Gen4. I have this kit installed in a G35 and it works perfectly, there's almost no pre-travel.

    Chris

    Thanks for the trigger info I will check it out. There is a small gun show here in Columbus this weekend there are usually a couple of Glock Smiths their I will check them out to see what they have in the way of trigger upgrades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba68 View Post
    Thanks for the trigger info I will check it out. There is a small gun show here in Columbus this weekend there are usually a couple of Glock Smiths their I will check them out to see what they have in the way of trigger upgrades.
    Happy hunting!

    Here's a link that explains the "pinned trigger" that I mentioned:https://glock.pro/glock-tech-warranty...html#post83181

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