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Glock $0.25 Trigger Job
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Just completed the Glock $0.25 trigger job and all I have to say is wow. I wasn't looking to decrease the pull weight, just smooth it out. I would rate it an A+. Anyone else give this a try? Below is the website/reference I used. For mine I used Turtle Wax-Polishing Compound. Amazing.

http://www.alpharubicon.com/mrpoyz/glock/

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(09-08-2012, 10:26 AM)GreenBlood10 Wrote: Just completed the Glock $0.25 trigger job and all I have to say is wow. I wasn't looking to decrease the pull weight, just smooth it out. I would rate it an A+. Anyone else give this a try? Below is the website/reference I used. For mine I used Turtle Wax-Polishing Compound. Amazing.

http://www.alpharubicon.com/mrpoyz/glock/

GB


I did it to all of my Glocks as well as installing the smooth faced trigger. I noticed the slightly lighter, smoother pull as well.
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#3
A budy of mine did this on his glock 17. I need to try it sometime if our schedules allow us to go to the range at the same time.

I still might get a ghost trigger job, but I will try this first. Cant beat the price.
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(09-12-2012, 11:26 PM)dkf Wrote:
(09-08-2012, 10:26 AM)GreenBlood10 Wrote: Just completed the Glock $0.25 trigger job and all I have to say is wow. I wasn't looking to decrease the pull weight, just smooth it out. I would rate it an A+. Anyone else give this a try? Below is the website/reference I used. For mine I used Turtle Wax-Polishing Compound. Amazing.

http://www.alpharubicon.com/mrpoyz/glock/

GB


I did it to all of my Glocks as well as installing the smooth faced trigger. I noticed the slightly lighter, smoother pull as well.


If it would cost money, it would be a waste. Since it is free, I say go for it.
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#5
I keep meaning to do it to my G26 I know have but keep forgetting. I'll have to try to remember to do it this weekend.
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#6
I'm sure this puts me in the minority but I've never found the Glock trigger to be terribly offensive. I kinda like the "crunch".

I might try this anyway, just for kicks.
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#7
^ I agree with you. I don't find it to be terrible, but I found that this made it a little bit smoother.

I did forget to mention, when I was researching this (before I did it) I noticed some people that used a dremel to polish parts, experienced some rather nerve-racking failures. Don't use a dremel, unless you know what you are doing.

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I'll get around to it. Been meaning to, but the time and inclination seldom cross paths.
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(09-18-2012, 09:59 PM)Rwb1500 Wrote: I'm sure this puts me in the minority but I've never found the Glock trigger to be terribly offensive. I kinda like the "crunch".

I might try this anyway, just for kicks.


Mine doesn't crunch lol. Mine is actually smooth and doesn't seem to have any "grit" feeling.
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(09-19-2012, 07:52 PM)Arcana71 Wrote: I'll get around to it. Been meaning to, but the time and inclination seldom cross paths.


From start to finish it probably took me 30 minutes to do it. That includes stripping the Glock, polishing the required parts and then cleaning the gun from barrel to grip and reassemble.

No time at all.

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