Earlier in the week I got back from the range and put over a hundred rounds in the 43, 48 and shield. It was close between the shield and the 48, but with the Shield Arms magazines coming out next month I decided on the 48.
The Shield I was using had a really nice trigger. It was night and day...
Hello everybody! While cleaning my Glock 43 I noticed that there were scratches on the trigger bar piece that pushes up on the striker safety plunger. I think the scratches are from when I take the slide off and put it back on. I've added a pic of what I'm talking about. Is anybody elses like that?
Found this on the Glock site. It lets a owner see how the safety & firing mechanism works.
I think it clearly shows were a few pin head sized drops of oil are useful in smoothing out the grit in a glock trigger. Note the connector face that drops...
Is it me? I recently replaced my older G 27 with a Gen 4 and I think that the trigger pull weight is a little higher on the Gen 4.
I looked inside and found a bump on the gen 4's trigger bar.
What do you guys think?