sfpmb Posted July 18, 2010 Share Posted July 18, 2010 (edited) When I started shooting production, a good shooter took my G34 pistol and gave it an awesome trigger job. He raised the cruciform spring hole, put set screws for both pre and over travel, shaved the trigger safety and it felt good. I ran that trigger for almost three years, the guy did a great job on it. Well it started acting up. I went and got a new 3.5 disconneter, trigger bar and trigger housing. I was going to get another trigger job but decided to run the new stuff for function. I polished it all up and put it in and off I went. That was in Feb. I am not having any issues running that trigger and I am not going to change it. I have not seen any decline in performance and I run it just as fast, putting in some nice performances with it. Psychologically, it really made an impact that it is me the the shooter that makes it run. Now I am not saying dump a NY in there and that will keep you on the power curve but I question the impact of some trigger jobs. Maybe it was the best option until I got comfortable and made some improvement. What brings this up is I was thumbing through some older Frontsite issues and on the cover of the Jan/Feb 2010 cover is Vogel. I cleary see the trigger of his glock and believe he has not messed with his take up. If he or Sevigny is not doing the pre and over travel of the glock and they can win, that means something. I am curios as to what they do do, if anything, to their triggers other than a load specific recoil spring or "the standard" reduced striker spring. Edited July 18, 2010 by sfpmb Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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