Thanks so much for the input! Good to know about the double tap.I have the Zev ultimate trigger kit. It's great but a little finicky. Once in a while I get an unintentional double tap ( really need to adjust it better). I would not recommend it for carry. I love shooting it a the range.
Why not just change the connector and shoot it first before you gut it. If you are going to use it as a carry gun you don't want to sacrifice reliability.I just bought a Gen4 G19.. Looking to modify or replace just about all the main components.
Has anyone here used the ZEV TECH trigger kits? If so, how did you like it? They have many options for the gen4 g19.
This gun will be for carry and range.
Why not just change the connector and shoot it first before you gut it. If you are going to use it as a carry gun you don't want to sacrifice reliability.
You can increase performance but many times you can cause new problems while enhancing other parts. A carry gun should be kept as close to stock as possible. And don't get me wrong I have probably replaced more parts on a Glock than most have. Building a competition gun is frustrating and can be a pain until you get everything right. But a weapon that you are betting your life on can't afford to have any hiccups. A 3.5lb connector will make a huge difference in a stock Glock. I was not saying not to modify just suggesting not to get crazy with a self defense gun. In a gun fight Realiability trumps tricked out everytime.I'm glad I asked.. I've never replaced any parts on a glock. I was under the impression you could increase the performance.