Well now thats not entirely true, I got mine to 2 lbs with a Glock Worx connector and comp spring kit, total cost about $40.Thanks @ wsar10 -- A right combination of spring weight of the trigger, firing pin & firing safety spring and a little sanding, bending & drilling to the connector will do the trick..
**with a $250 to spare, you still can tune it down to 1.5-2 lbs
I wouldn't want my CCW 2lbs,Well now thats not entirely true, I got mine to 2 lbs with a Glock Worx connector and comp spring kit, total cost about $40.
I do not use 2 lbs in my CCW guns either, my G35 is for competition only.I wouldn't want my CCW 2lbs,
but still ive done stryker spring firing pin saftey spring connector and trigger spring and still end up w 3.5lbs with polishing
what does this kit consist of??
as far as the connector I'll only use GLOCK connectors, I've tried about all there is in MANY GLOCKs and IMO ghoast and GLOCK are the best but ghoast makes my gen4 feel like ****.
you are correct 40caljim.. you could have a 2lbs trigger pull less than $25.. as i've said, if you wanna stretch it out between 1.5-2, you have to spend more. I wish Glockworx already exists when I built mine & would be a lil bit easy for me.I do not use 2 lbs in my CCW guns either, my G35 is for competition only.
The price I quoted on the connector and springs was wrong, the total was only $24. The connector from Glock Worx is the Zev Tech V4 race connector
for $15, and the competition spring kit is $9. These two parts combined give a 2lb trigger pull with the stock Glock trigger. I have several people who shoot USPSA with me that can't believe the trigger job I did only cost $24. If you haven't tried any of the Glock Worx stuff you may want to give them a look.