This video tutorial will guide you on how to do a trigger job on a Glock pistol to improve the trigger quality, reduce pull weight, remove grittiness and slop in the take-up , create a crisp break and make a cleaner and more positive reset. You will need to know how to field strip and detail strip your Glock pistol before attempting a trigger job. You will also need a rotary tool with buffer wheel, polishing compound, non-marring hammer, 6/32” punch.

You will learn how to properly polish the striker, connector, trigger bar, safety plunger and extractor plunger to smooth out the factory trigger without adding any aftermarket parts. This will keep your defensive carry firearm stock for maximum reliability and legal safety. The handgun in this video was a Glock 19 Gen 4 [4th Generation], but the process is basically the same for all Glock models and generations, including G17, G18, G19X, G20, G21, G22, G23, G24, G26, G27, G29, G30, G31, G32, G33, G34, G35, G36, G37, G38, G39, G40, G41, G42, G43, G43X, G45, G48.

Glock Trigger Job – Lighter, Smoother and More Crisp with Factory Parts

2 thoughts on “Glock Trigger Job – Lighter, Smoother and More Crisp with Factory Parts

  • April 30, 2020 at 22:59
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    What good is it to own a firearm that is no fun to shoot? The most often heard complaint about Glocks is that the triggers are spongy, creepy and not operator friendly.

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    • May 7, 2020 at 08:43
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      Well, “fun” is a highly-subjective term, and everyone has their own definition of it. After about 20+ years shooting Glock handguns, I actually like the trigger, especially after working it over a bit. No, it is not like a 1911 trigger, but it does have it’s benefits from both safety and combat perspectives. Either way, you have lots of choices out there, so just pick what you like.

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