Your Glock is still new, keep shooting to wear the contact surfaces and it should start to smooth out. Or buy a new trigger setup.Gen3g23 said:I just came back from the range with my brand new glock 23 gen3. I put about 75 rounds through and I've got to be honest I do not like the way the trigger feels at all. Anyone have any good suggestions of what I could do to make it more comfortable for me.
This is my first pistol. But the reason I bought a glock is because I shot my buddies glock 22 and fell in love with it.Mike P said:Could speed that process up by polishing a little. 25 cent job.
OP......is this your first Glock? Is this your first striker fire weapon? Is this your first gun?
You gotta keep in mind, your buddies Glock probably already has had extensive range time. And contrary to some people, a Glock needs to be broken in. So keep shooting it and the trigger will smooth out. I bought a G19 2 weeks ago, and the trigger is a lot more smoother now than when it was out of the box. And Glocks are already great out of the box to begin with. Plus your buddies Glock might have been modified too.Gen3g23 said:This is my first pistol. But the reason I bought a glock is because I shot my buddies glock 22 and fell in love with it.