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Thread: Glock OEM Performance Trigger

  1. #11
    I will admit to being curious about this. Not sure I'll rush out to buy one though. I too am curious how it might interact with an SCD.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by SW CQB 45 View Post
    this is the Gen 5 G19 I yanked the trigger out of.

    It probably has one of the best stock Glock triggers I have pressed.

    Since this is an issued piece, I can't change anything, but I plan on buying it when I retire.

    All it needs to make it perfect for me is an undercut trigger guard and an optic cut.

    Dude, you have big hands, that looks like a 43X!
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by WDR View Post
    I will admit to being curious about this. Not sure I'll rush out to buy one though. I too am curious how it might interact with an SCD.
    I think it will be just fine because it is my understanding that there is no reduction in pre-travel. Hope to be able to give a shooting report later next week.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

  4. #14
    I have a 19.3, 19.4, and 19.5. the 19.5 has the worst overall trigger both in the way it breaks and the long reset.

    The reset is currently what bothers me the most, but I wouldn't turn down a lighter cleaner break like my 19.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    Dude, you have big hands, that looks like a 43X!
    At work, they have been making fun of my hand size for 33 years.

    We have a keybox that is fingerprint controlled. I am the only person there that takes 7 tries to get my ffffn unit keys.

    When I took Hilton’s 10-8 armorers course in 2012, he and his partner Tim made a comment. I am used to it. HA!
    If you're going to be a bear….be a GRIZZLY!

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    Dude, you have big hands, that looks like a 43X!
    I had this same thought...

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by SW CQB 45 View Post
    At work, they have been making fun of my hand size for 33 years.

    We have a keybox that is fingerprint controlled. I am the only person there that takes 7 tries to get my ffffn unit keys.

    When I took Hilton’s 10-8 armorers course in 2012, he and his partner Tim made a comment. I am used to it. HA!
    On the other end of the spectrum, I saw a guy holding a Glock, and was sure it was a 34. It was a 19. (:
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

  8. #18
    Does Glock specify that this is for range/competition use only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    On the other end of the spectrum, I saw a guy holding a Glock, and was sure it was a 34. It was a 19. (:
    Hahaha.That could have been me (sort of.) I make a G17 look like a G34.

    Looking at the pics, the trigger mechanism housing itself is different from a standard G5 part. I see a cutaway that exposes the trigger return spring. The connector also looks to have an additional surface. Not sure if this functions as an internal overtravel limiter/stop or something else.

    Have not had enough time with flat triggers to say I like or don't like them but if this part makes it to my shores, I'd happily try one.

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    post 83 shows Glock's advertisement of the performance trigger.

    nowhere is the word "competition" used. I will see if the dept will approve the purchase of a couple of them for test/eval when they become available.

    https://pistol-forum.com/showthread....onna-see/page9
    If you're going to be a bear….be a GRIZZLY!

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