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Anyone has installed a 3.5 trigger connetor on a gen4? Would like to know if they notice the same difference in trigger pull as on the older generations. I've heard contradicting opinions, some say it works some it doesn't due to some other parts being different and laos needing to be changed.
 

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Worked just fine for me
 

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Thanks 99gsspyder

I didn't catch that you had a gen 4 in your signature. I'm actually looking at a standard connector, not the ghost with travel stop. Have you done anything else to it other than the ghost connector? Are you planning on carrying it? Thanks

Not related to this subject, but my guess it that you own an Eclipse spyder, right?
 

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I have a GLOCK (-) connector in my Gen4 G19. The GLOCK (-) connector is actually 4.5#. I could tell a difference immediately. Mine was even better after putting a smooth trigger (with trigger bar) in it and lots of dry (and live) fire. The trigger on mine is actually quite nice now. Out of the box it was heavier & grittier than previous generations.
 

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Thanks for all the replies.

Volgrad I'm with you I've owned other glocks and the trigger on my gen4 19 is the heaviest and grittiest I've ever seen, even after about 1k rounds.
 

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Thanks 99gsspyder

I didn't catch that you had a gen 4 in your signature. I'm actually looking at a standard connector, not the ghost with travel stop. Have you done anything else to it other than the ghost connector? Are you planning on carrying it? Thanks

Not related to this subject, but my guess it that you own an Eclipse spyder, right?
From what I hear the standard ghost connector will have similar results as far as trigger feel just without the overtravel adj. I havnt done anything else to it thus fas, was supposed to be getting a LWD barrel and guide rod for Christmas but santa forgot to order it lmao so I will be buying those shortly. And I used to own a 99 Eclipse spyder, was one of my favorite cars Ive owned...and its easy to remember lol

I say go ahead and get one, i mean if it doesnt do what you expect then you are only out a couple of bucks..theres always someone willing to buy one somewhere..
 

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Thanks for all the replies.

Volgrad I'm with you I've owned other glocks and the trigger on my gen4 19 is the heaviest and grittiest I've ever seen, even after about 1k rounds.
Thats because of the nipple on the trigger bar, if you are feeling lucky you can file down that nipple a little bit and polish it up makes huge difference from what I hear
 

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I installed a Ghost Rocket 3.5# in my gen 4 G17. Best thing I've ever done for my shooting! It's the only thing I've done (other than practice) , but it's the best!
 

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Thats because of the nipple on the trigger bar, if you are feeling lucky you can file down that nipple a little bit and polish it up makes huge difference from what I hear
I've been following some of that talk, too... I've yet to fire up the Dremel, though...

I'll probably buy a separate trigger assembly (smooth) and try it on my 19/4...
 

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Instead of purchasing a trigger bar... I just took out the trigger and sanded down the ridges in the trigger.
Works great and just a little emry cloth.
Try it you can alway buy!
Let me know and good luck! It works for me on abunch of Glocks.
 

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Got my Ghost connector, easy install just removed the rear pin to get to the connector assembly. Got the trigger stop dremelled down right on my second try. Trigger is a lot better. I did not play with the nub thing on the trigger bar and don't think I will, the trigger is fine the way it is now. Also got the G19 04 recoil spring and had no malfunctions. The spring is considerably lighter when racking the slide back. Overal I'm very happy with this setup and not planning to change anything else. Thanks for all the replies
 
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