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First Glock.Factory stock internaks. Been searching trying to determine which connector to buy. Will be satisfied with 3.5# trigger but how do you get rid of the beginning slop?
 

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I just noticed your thread. You slipped by me some how. Welcome to the site first. And second what part of WV are you from?
 

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Welcome, welcome. The expensive way to get rid of the take up would be to buy an after market trigger kit. Fulcrum has a good one that has a take up adjustment set screw, but they are around $175.00 I think.
 

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First Glock.Factory stock internaks. Been searching trying to determine which connector to buy. Will be satisfied with 3.5# trigger but how do you get rid of the beginning slop?
There is alot of things that can be done to the glock trigger most cost money. The cheapest thing to do is learn how to properly shoot it. When making another shot do not let the trigger go all the way forward on the gun(unless of course you are transitioning to another firing point). Only let the trigger go forward roughly 1/4 of the way. Just enough for the trigger to reset and fire again.

Most people new to Glock don't get it until shown. It is kind of a art form I guess. Anyway, it will greatly improve speed, and accuracy while shooting the Glock
 
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