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  1. Sounds like you want a roland special. tons of options out there.
  2. "Trigger: 24 wins as tuned Gen3 triggers are much better than their Gen4 counterpart. " This isn't true. You can drop in Gen3 parts or if tuned properly they can feel nearly exactly the same. I actually run the Gen4 "bump" trigger bar in my Gen3.
  3. Marshal82

    ZEV OZ9

    The current model appear to only be RMR which also allows the Holosun 507c, same footprint. The longslide version coming I think will come with the bushnell optic. I'm waiting until they release the frame kits later this year.
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    Best Connector??

    I take the OEM - minus connector, and tune it for the action I want. Typically I smooth the top kicker that resets the trigger so it's smoother in the slide. Slightly angle and smooth the edge that interfaces with the trigger bar. True and polish the whole thing up. Typically gives a fast reset that doesn't feel sluggish and yields a smooth slight rolling break.
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    Best Connector??

    It's a standard - minus connector so depends on your spring rates but it's one of the many light connectors on the market. A fancy coating on a stock connector means nothing unless it's tuned properly. Most factory glock parts have a Teflon coating on them now.
  6. It's labeled that way but what they mean is the weight of the trigger. I'd wager it's a 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5 lb springs which depending on the rest of the parts may or may not give you the advertised trigger pull weight. I"m sure it's a lighter pin safety spring and the trigger spring they don't say so it's stock or heavy. I really don't like kits like this because they don't give you all the information and I think it's false advertising. They are trying to compete with lone wolf with a race to who has cheap crappy glock parts. The TTI kit I have used and trust. I order most of my springs from Wolff in packs because I use them and put them in friends guns when I do triggers. My preferred Kit is a 4.5 striker spring, reduced pin safety spring and factory trigger return spring. Then I tune and polish the other parts to get the feel I want. The TTI kit is a good kit at a reasonable price.
  7. The locking block may not be the cause. The take down lever that locks on the barrel lug does play a big role, change that and re-test. Sometime a barrel change is needed as well.
  8. Considering the RTS2 and Romeo3 share the same bolt pattern. There are some similarities in the design, probably the same parent company.
  9. I think it's a different housing but same bolt pattern, evidently it's the same as the cmore RTS pattern.
  10. 6MOA , Side load battery tray. Hints at a P320MAX made for the Romeo3Max in the near future. MORE:
  11. Isn't it the same as the Gen4 part so it'll take the extended G41 version?
  12. In Short yes because it's not a factory trigger. Even though it looks exactly the same and no one can tell, it's still technically not SSP legal.
  13. For both my GLock 34s I can run 3.3gr of N320 with a 147 and come out at 130PF
  14. I preferred the curved a lot more. If gave me better feel and control over the trigger. Mainly due to a much more consistent placement of my finger.
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