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I had to replace the channel liner in my gen 5 34 and now the channel liner fits loose. It comes out when you pull the striker out. It also moves when the striker moves which causes the trigger to be a little heavier and causes the slide to move slightly when the trigger is pulled. I’ve tried replacing the liner a couple times now but it is still loose fitting. Does anyone know a way to secure the channel liner? Thanks for any input
Iv read and read on here, everyone has different situations. at this point someone just tell me what to do. S&W M&P Pro 9 CORE model. inconsistent light primer strikes. Apex 3.5lb trigger, 11lb recoil spring, glock 6lb striker spring iv used S&B, magtech, fed, win, usc and pmc. all 115gr all light primer strikes. just got some Jesse james going to give it a shot. Anyone have any pointers?
I'm going to buy a SS guide rod and reduced power recoil spring 13# or 14# in my Glock 34. I have never done this. Do I need to get a lightened striker or lighter striker spring to counteract that? Or will the stock ones be sufficient? I shoot 124 gr manufactured ammo if that matters. Thanks.
Hello, first post been a lurker for a while now but I have a question regarding the Jager skeletonized striker. I installed a ZEV ultimate fulcrum kit and ended up sending back because it would double and triple constantly. Received multiple warranty parts and unfortunately nothing fixed the issue. I also noticed with this kit the ZEV striker would protrude past the breech face without disengaging the firing pin safety which worried me. Received a new striker and same issue even with putting stock firing pin block back in. I cant say enough good things about ZEV's customer service, they were willing to help and sent multiple parts to try and remedy the situation, just turns out it wasn't for me. So now I picked up a Vanek Classic GM kit and love it. I prefer this trigger pull over the ZEV personally although the same issue is happening with the included Jager striker. Without disengaging the firing pin safety the tip is blatantly past the breech face, not just close. Checked again with stock striker and no issues. Anyone else having this issue with the skeletonized / extended tip strikers on the market? Seems odd to have 3 brand new strikers from 2 different companies with the same issue... For reference, gun is a Gen3 35 bought new around the beginning of last fall 2014.