Thanks for the info.
It's the most easiest thing to do!!! I just did it!
I was at a Glock Sport Shooting Foundation event and a Glock Armorer was there. He volunteered to clean my Glock and replaced the trigger with trigger bar and the recoil rod spring. I watched closely as he detailed stripped my G35 and cleaned every milk and cranny.
I asked him if the G35 trigger w/trigger bar would fit a G23, since I hated the serrated trigger on my compact. He said yes it would fit and gave me a free one.
When I got home, I grabbed my G23 and removed every part of the reciever to replace the stock trigger with a G35 trigger. It feels much better! And putting it back together was a snap!
Observation: Wiggle the slide stop lever first to loosen up the locking block pin and when removing the trigger with trigger bar from the trigger housing, pull it forward and rotate counter clockwise.
Glocks are awesome!
Glocks are very easy to DIY gunsmithing. My latest mod was installing the smooth G17 trigger in my G27. Love it, love my Glocks.
I bought the AGI DVD and the excellent manual by the Boatmans. Then I detailed stripped, lubed, and installed the NY1 trigger in my G23. Everything just popped into place. I serve as my own armorer and the Glock is just as easy to maintain and repair as my J-Frames!
I have been detail stripping my Glocks for about 10 years now they are amazingly easy.
The simplicity of them is 1 of the great things about them
Yeah, after I took the Glock Armorers course I came home and exploded my Glocks all over my room, just because. I'd had the 21 apart before that one time before, though. Just sort of figured it out.