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Ordered a Ghost Rocket trigger connector last week from lone wolf and It got delivered yesterday. I was scratching my head trying to find a gunsmith that would be able to install the connector same day so I would have it to take to the range tmrw. Well there was only one actual gunsmith in my area that I could find and he wouldnt be able to get it done until thursday which wasnt good for me, so I decided to go to lowes to pick up a dremel and go it alone..only took me 30 seconds to get the TCT ground down to the perfect level, actually got it right the first time (which was dumb luck im sure). Anyway the point of this thread is to say how awesome my trigger feels now, no over travel at all and I swear it almost feels like a single action gun. Will be sure to let you guys know how it does come range day.

Anyone else have a ghost rocket connector in their glock?
 

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yeah I was very surprised at how much of a difference it made, I am tempted to fine tune it even further but affraid to screw it up so maybe the next glock will get a little more attn.
 

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yeah I was very surprised at how much of a difference it made, I am tempted to fine tune it even further but affraid to screw it up so maybe the next glock will get a little more attn.
if you take off too much material there's only a little more overtravel. you can't ruin it or anything :)

you want a little overtravel. zero overtravel like ghost website instructs is not feasible on a combat weapon. when the trigger bar and connector wear on eachother after some use, the trigger bar will need to travel further back to release the striker. some folks don't account for this and wonder why their glock with a ghost rocket will no longer fire after a few ranger trips lol

i filed mine at an angle to get a quicker reset too:

 

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lmao I ground mine down at an angle also (strictly by accident ofcourse) was actually worried that it wasnt gonna work. guess everyone gets lucky from time to time lol
 

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oh and thanks for the heads up on the possability of later problems, I will keep that in mind if mine starts to fail to fire
 
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