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I have a Gen 4 Glock 17 in Norway.

I would like to get the trigger pull down to 5lbs for production.

The connector does not have any markings at this time.

Which connector do I need?

It has to bee Glock OEM.

Minus connector or dot?

Other?

I havent measured the trigger pull weight as it stands, but I guess its well above 5 lbs.

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Som You think That i Will be hovering inn The 5lbs range with The minus connector.

I Read someplace That the same connector will give a heavyer pull in the gen4.

I found i shop inn Norway that sells the Wolf 3,5 connector.

Thougt about buying It to test It out and ordering a oem one if i like it.

Does it feel the same?

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The Gen 4 Glocks with the dot connector have a trigger pull in the 5.5# range at the tip of the trigger which is roughly a 6.5# pull in the middle of the trigger.

This is comparable to the Gen 3 Glocks with the standard 5.5# connector.

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I have a Gen 4 Glock 17 in Norway.

I would like to get the trigger pull down to 5lbs for production.

The connector does not have any markings at this time.

Which connector do I need?

It has to bee Glock OEM.

Minus connector or dot?

Other?

I havent measured the trigger pull weight as it stands, but I guess its well above 5 lbs.

First things first. Have a Glock armorer or trusted gunsmith check the "Pull" weight. I suggest using someone else to verify the trigger as they will be objective where we tend to not be. Once you really know the pull weight, use the same source to check the pull weight as the trigger is worked. Glock triggers are sensative to the point that you can go from 6# to 4# quickly with a seemingly minor modification. The contact faces of the striker and trigger bar are important here. getting them trued to eachother smooths the pull and is important to getting to the consistent pull weight you are looking for. I don't know the IPSC rules for Prod except they have a hard stop at 2 (or is it 2.2 haha) kg. Good luck and good shooting my friend.

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