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Finally read the FAQs

Finally read the FAQs (3/11)

  1. Timney did a great job sending me the return spring the day after I got a reply.... usps on the other hand not so much ...LOL
  2. I contacted them yesterday, they got back to me late today (same time zone as I am in). I replied directly to my order confirmation and CC'd their customer service email as well just in case. May want to give it a whirl 10 days w/o a reply is a long time.
  3. They really should include a torque setting on it although it’s probably super light like 5-7 in lb without breaking the oem polymer housing. I need to contact timney today about mine and getting the stronger return spring
  4. Man I had no idea there was a stronger reset trigger now that they were putting out. I've been off the forums for awhile for work. I'll have to check this out.
  5. Oh sweet! Thx for posting this info up... I was kind of considering going this route with the minus connector once I learned the difference between all the connectors.
  6. OH wait! Jentra tungsten guide rods work for the gen 5? I didn't realize they had an adapter out for the gen 5...
  7. I just did the same thing, I used the heavy guide rod I got for Jager a few days ago with the #13 wolf. I noticed even with the stock oem guide rod/spring setup there is some hangup in the slide going all the way forward. And it's more pronounced with a lightened spring, must be the sear mechanism? of the Timney? If I got some time later when my kids are watching TV after dinner I"ll make a quick video and post it so others know what we are referring too.
  8. I bent mine inwards (towards the middle of the gun) little by little, I overshot, and then bent it back and overshot it again, and basically kept going back and forth until the trigger bar didn't jump the connector and wouldn't get pin the trigger bar either...and until it felt just perfect. I would say though that you do have to install everything and put pins at least partially in fore and aft to be accurate.
  9. How far off the lands was your seating depth? 0.020"? I loaded to 0.015-0.020" on average using 124 MG JHPs, they shot well @ 25 yds the precision delta 124 FMJs were meh.... Titegroup PF 130-132.
  10. I put a C&H on my Glock MOS 34 to run a DPP 6 MOA, quality was great, but one of two screws had a large burr on the end from being cut, and this created some install issues but nothing a file didn't fix Was solid. I was surprised at the recommended 10 in lb of torque but with vibratite it's holding.
  11. I totally agree with this, I ran the Timney in my G17 G5 vs. the G34 G5 with a Vanek trigger and 4 lb striker spring, had a few light strikes on my reloads using S&B primers. None on the Timney. I might go up on the Vanek to 4.5 lb (or dare I say back to stock), as I kind of like the squishy break through... or I'll just get another Timney haha
  12. Thx again for leaving this info here.... I had to tune the connector, I ended up going back and forth with that and the ghost connector. Both were pinning the trigger bar and it was making the return very sluggish... for sure this would affect split times. Was easy enough with trial and error to get it right. You were right though pushing the connector too far towards the inside, caused the bar to jump. I might take some polishing paper to the parts this weekend if I have time.
  13. I'm using the OEM G5 G17 connector with the Timney. What's the dot and minus? I'm new to Glocks excuse my ignorance.
  14. Whoa!! 1lb 6.6? Nice! You must be ecstatic.... I noticed on the vids of the gen3/4 versions vs. the gen5, the gen 3/4 versions there is no discernible creep before the break. On my gen5 there is a most definitive creepy rolling break. It's not horrible... but was expecting what I saw on YouTube videos of the gen3/4 I guess...
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