not much help.
wayno: Sir, not sure I'll be much help. Give this a try; go to ghost triggers and he has created for the Glock a trigger that has 60% less travel.
I do not have one but am interested. I found out about it in the gunsmithing section @ GlockTalk. 60% is a lot.
Ruger now has a slim line type. Ruger SR9 10 shot or 17?shot
built under the same thinking as the Glock. Stoeger 8000 made by Beretta but reintroduced as Stoeger.
Thanks for the info!
Originally Posted by neophyte
I'd be very wary of aftermarket competition-type trigger parts in a Glock intended for defense. No problemo on a range/competition gun, though.
I've never felt a difference in trigger reach between the Glock 17 and 19. The only difference I can feel is at the base of the grip. Weird.
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I went to another store yesterday before they got busy and
they are the same except in length of grip, and barrel of course.
I think I am just used to the 1911 grip and the Glock is a hand
Thanks, will let u know what I end up with.
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