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Will I get better groups?

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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Model: Glock 34 gen 5 FS



Trigger pull after replacing the connnector with a DD 3.5lbs
like this:


Now it's around 4,4lbs.



After replacing springs with "TTI Ultimate Competition Trigger Spring Pack for Gen 5"


Finally, it's around 2.8lbs



I'll update the thread once I have a chance to shoot with it
 

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Very negative experience today with the new springs.
It was releasing a secondary shot when releasing the trigger and even worse, sometimes a third shot before resetting it.

I'm putting the original springs back ASAP.
Epic facepalm :(
 

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A simple and very effective solution is the Glock 4.5# "-" connector. They work, and you don't need to change anything else. Glock triggers are what they are, but even a small improvement is an improvement.

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I just installed one in my G45, but doesnt seem too much different while dry firing. Will get to the range soon and let you know how I made out. Jury's still out so far with me and th Glock 4.5 lb "-" connector.;)
 
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