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Hey guys, I'm new here and a fairly new Glock owner and figured I would turn to the pros for help. Plus it's about time I join a good Glock forum :)

So I have resently installed a Glock NY1 Trigger Spring in my Gen 4 Glock 17 with a factory 5.5# connector (150 rounds through the gun). I love the increased weight on the trigger, how firm the reset is, and helped out my accuracy (I know I'm backwards). However, there is a problem.

When the striker is forward the NY1 trigger spring pushes the trigger forward and when you rack the slide there is a catch, a click, and then the slide is free. It seems like the slide/striker is pulling the trigger back with it and because the trigger safety is not depressed there is a catch, and then the slide lets go of the trigger, that's what it feels like anyway.

Here is a video to help the explanation:
[ame="http://youtu.be/WRKFA4Mtwp0"]http://youtu.be/WRKFA4Mtwp0[/ame]

Is this "normal" even though it feels wrong or how can I fix this? I hope there is someone that might be able to help. Thanks in advance!!!
 

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Its normal. Just hold the trigger back.

The ny1 pushed the trigger, that's how we get that strong reset with the ny1 and that's why it doesn't stay put after 'decock'.
I just leave it cocked when I unload my Glock and I don't have that issue when I'm ready to load it again.
 

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Thanks guys for the replies!!! Part of me was hoping for a fix, and part of me was hoping it was normal and not bad for the gun. I guess I will leave it in and see if it continues to bother me. I might order up a + connector and see what I like better.
 
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