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Glock 48

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by uilim, May 28, 2020.

  1. uilim

    uilim Member

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    I got a Glock 48 and really like it. But it does have a woooonderful Glock Trigger. UGH. So what trigger do you use on glocks and are they reliable?

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  2. Gilbertc13

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    3.5 connector from ghost and a trigger bar polish
     
  3. Pops1955

    Pops1955 Well-Known

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    How do you like those Shield 15 rd. mags? That's what I carry in my 43X.
     
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  4. uilim

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    they rock!
     
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    JCC Well-Known

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    Just heard about the S15 in this video.



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  6. zackmars

    zackmars Well-Known

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    Factory.

    Get a lot of ammo
     
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    Pops1955 Well-Known

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    I had a last round ftf on one. Sent it back. They put in a 10lb. heavier spring. No charge. Perfect. The other 2 S15 mags I own have yet to miss a beat.
     
  8. Psquared

    Psquared New Member

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    I put an Agency Arms trigger, Ghost 3.5 connector, and competition spring kit from the Glockstore in mine. The trigger pull is shorter and breaks cleaner, and I went with the 4.5 lbs striker spring (I think) from the spring kit. The trigger pull is now right around 4.5-5 lbs, down from around 7. I could go with a lighter spring (the kit comes with 5 or 6 springs), but I was afraid of possible misfires.
     
  9. shipwreck

    shipwreck Well-Known

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    I had a Glock 48 for a couple of months. I REALLY loved it. It handled well, and I carried it for about a month.

    But, something about the Glock grip angle, combined with the single stack grip... Maybe it is because I am getting older (almost 50), but it made my damn wrist hurt.

    My wrist hurt the first time I took the new gun to the range. But, I just thought it was some random thing. I eventually started to notice that if I held the gun out in a shooting position, while around the house... It would make the outside of my wrist hurt. Each and every time...

    I even put it away for 2 weeks, and went out of my way to not grip any gun. 2 weeks later, I picked it up and held it. And, in less than 20 seconds, the pain came back.

    I didn't want to, but I had to sell it. I don't want a carry gun that I can never practice with. And, I can't practice with it if my wrist hurts form the gun.

    What is crazy is that double stack Glocks don't do this to me.... But, I did do some internet searches... Wrist pain from Glocks is not that unusual for some, it seems...

    Anyway, enjoy the gun. I had gotten one with Ameriglo sights, and it was a great gun.
     
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