Word of caution, that Timney trigger is light!Thanks man ill have to try that out. I got a gen 5 17 a few weeks ago
It must be tough to be an insecure 1911 owner. Kinda sad y’all feel the need to put down a guys gun that he’s obviously happy with.I thank you so much for the compassion, I was really upset.
Yea id put it in my go to war glocks. I carry a p365 98% of the time so a light trigger is fine by me. Beats the 50 pound stock trigger pullWord of caution, that Timney trigger is light!
I bought and installed one in my carry gun (G19-5) and it was just too light.
It is designed as a competition trigger. Just be careful if you carry it. There isn’t much of a wall before the shot breaks.
Also, some folks have claimed it’s not “drop safe”. Timney says it’s good to go, but I’m a bit leery.
BUT…it is a very clean and light break, and short reset. And stick with a factory striker spring…no need to go lighter as this trigger is really light.
I’m probably going to put mine in my G44 just to get a lot of time with it. If you have a range or competition Glock, by all means try one…totally blows away every other Glock trigger mod out there.
that is a talon grip pro not stippledI kinda like it. I have a 45MOS bedside. That I've been wanting to give a few upgrades. Never been a big fan of stippling. Do you like the feel of it? I've considered a talon grip or something like that.
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