Reduced power spring kit

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by glocker73, May 21, 2012.

  1. I've installed the Ghost 3.5 Ultimate connector and a 6 lb trigger spring in my G26 Gen 4 and I'm also considering installing the reduced power firing pin safety plunger spring and the 4 lb firing pin spring. Has anybody with this setup experienced light primer strikes? I've heard it happens in .45 Auto and 10mm, but what about 9mm? Info please! Thanks!
  2. figurethatout28

    figurethatout28 New Member

    Thats the exact setup I have on my gen 3 g26. Lone wolf skeletonized strikers are 30 bucks. I switched it together, so I cant say. But with the skeletonized striker, ive put 15 or 1600 rounds through. No prob.

  3. EvilD

    EvilD New Member

    I had that set up, doesn't work with a stock striker, lots of light primer hits.
  4. zipper046

    zipper046 Member Supporter

    +1...I've tried ALL kinds of combinations (too many to list).

    Bought the Zev Tech competition spring pack and a Lone Wolf adjustable ejector housing (over-travel roved with this) and I have a GREAT smooth and crisp 3.5 - 4lb trigger with NO light strikes (and I reload with various primers)