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Production trigger weight?

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Was watching a YouTube video and the shooter was going over their Glock 34 Production gun. Dawson sights and a Glockworks trigger at 3.5lbs. I thought only DA/SA triggers could be under 5lbs after the first pull.

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I always shot production with a Johnny glock trigger at 2 pounds and I've never ben sent home for it. Now it's been awhile from the last time I shot production but I dont think there is a trigger weight limit in production.

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28 minutes ago, Stafford said:

Was watching a YouTube video and the shooter was going over their Glock 34 Production gun. Dawson sights and a Glockworks trigger at 3.5lbs. I thought only DA/SA triggers could be under 5lbs after the first pull.

Not a USPSA rule, maybe IPSC?

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I think up until just recently the IPSC Prod rule was a 5lbs first pull. This was a marked disadvantage for striker guns. I believe this has now been lowered for striker fired guns.

USPSA has never had trigger pull weight requirements in Prod.

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IPSC rule:

The minimum trigger pull must either be 2.27kg (5lbs.) for the first shot fired and no restriction for subsequent shots fired, or 1.36kg (3lbs.) for every shot fired.

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USPSA has never had trigger pull weight requirements in Prod.


Well, we sort of did. The original draft of the 2014 rule book added a trigger weight restriction to production. I think it was something like a four pound first pull. It was removed before the rules went into effect after folks with Apexed M&Ps had a cow.

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