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Old 02-29-2012, 07:32 PM   #1
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Anyone install the Lone Wolf Trigger Carry Package Kit in their Glock? I'm putting it in mine and wondering how it works. For those who don't know what it is it's a 3.5 lb Trigger Connector combined with a NY1 Trigger Spring. So it's kinda odd combination and I'm curious as to how they work together.

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Old 03-19-2012, 04:34 PM   #2
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I was just looking at that kit myself. I need to tighten up the trigger on my Glock 30 since I carry it often. Anyone know anything about it?



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This helped me when I was in the market... I love my 2.5-3# pull now.

http://www.ghostinc.com/c=87nZD19JbA3mOkUmEwg1eP4Hk/category/1triggerweight/

fyi... this is what you get. Some also come with an NY trigger
  • Extra Heavy Trigger Spring. (trigger spring helps you pull the trigger, heavier is better)
  • Reduced power Firing Pin Safety Spring
  • Reduced Power Firing Pin Spring/Striker Spring 4lb.
  • 3.5 Trigger Connector
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:54 PM   #4
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I finally installed the Trigger kit in my Glock and I'm not certain how to describe this but it seems like the trigger remains in a cocked position even after pulling it. So if anyone has this setup in their Glock can you tell me how it feels to you. Hopefully everything is installed properly although it doesn't seem like your able to install it improperly.

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Is it a hair trigger now? I dont want to accidentally brush my finger against the trigger and shoot myself in the butt cheek!

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No not a hair trigger seems smooth though

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Anyone install the Lone Wolf Trigger Carry Package Kit in their Glock? I'm putting it in mine and wondering how it works. For those who don't know what it is it's a 3.5 lb Trigger Connector combined with a NY1 Trigger Spring. So it's kinda odd combination and I'm curious as to how they work together.

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I have this set up in both my duty G17 and my off duty G19. LOVE it!
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I have this set up in both my duty G17 and my off duty G19. LOVE it!
How does the trigger pull feel to you? Does it sound like to you I have it installed properly?

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The trigger should be stiff from the second you start pulling it until the break, whereas a stock trigger has a fair amount of take up and slop before you hit the break.

I'm not sure what you mean by "does it sound right"?

I didn't put the light striker spring in mine, I used the 3.5# connector (well polished) and I used the olive NY trigger with the metal coil spring removed.

The above should get you a 5# pull with a DAO type feel and a firm reset.



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