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to the OP, to feel the difference you need to "stage your trigger" (so to speek).....
hold you trigger back and rack your slide, now only release the trigger until you here it click, than sueeze...... That is ur actual trigger pull with no trigger safety device adding to it or pre-travel.
 

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to the OP, to feel the difference you need to "stage your trigger" (so to speek).....
hold you trigger back and rack your slide, now only release the trigger until you here it click, then squeeze...... That is ur actual trigger pull with no safety device adding to it or pre-travel.
To the best of my knowledge at that point only the trigger safety has been taken totally out of the picture.
The verticle extention is still holding the firing pin safety in the full up (full spring pressure) position. As you continue to retract the trigger you still have the drop safety that may add a little drag to the triggerbar just before the cruxiform drops off.

All said most of the resistance/pressure is mostly just the firing pin spring compression you are creating just before the cruxiform clears the drop safety.
 

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To the best of my knowledge at that point only the trigger safety has been taken totally out of the picture.
The verticle extention is still holding the firing pin safety in the full up (full spring pressure) position. As you continue to retract the trigger you still have the drop safety that may add a little drag to the triggerbar just before the cruxiform drops off.

All said most of the resistance/pressure is mostly just the firing pin spring compression you are creating just before the cruxiform clears the drop safety.
In the end your correct and I added the forgoten word to my post......
I was just trying to explain how to feel the new connector not teaching funtion 101 !

also FWIW,
if this is a gen4 gun than yank that ghost out and put a GLOCK in.....my gen4 runs like **** with anything other than a GLOCK (-) connector......
 

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yes its at gen 4. i may take it out anyway. i switched them out a number of times and can't tell the difference either way. may change out the trigger spring. now, if only i can keep brass from hitting my forehead every other clip. i thought i may have been limp wristing, but i'm certain i'm not.
 

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3.5# trigger connector

I have one in my 19 and the 26 is still stock. It seems subtle sitting in my chair at home. But when you get to the range and actually use it, I can really tell the difference. I found the 26 to "snap" release and the new connector seems to be smoother and has less resistance.
 

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yes its at gen 4. i may take it out anyway. i switched them out a number of times and can't tell the difference either way. may change out the trigger spring. now, if only i can keep brass from hitting my forehead every other clip. i thought i may have been limp wristing, but i'm certain i'm not.
call GLOCK, you probably need the updated extractor and ejector.
 

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I have the Ghost Ultimate in my 34, pulled out the Glock 3.5 and could tell Nice difference.
 

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I put the Ghost Trigger Bar and Springs in my 23 and 27 and will put them in my 22...I noticed a huge difference while dry firing them to verify a correct install and at the range...Flawless operation...the best modification yet...
 
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