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My natural grip on a Glock means that my trigger finger drags on the inside bottom of the trigger guard as I pull the trigger.

Has someone here found that a trigger with a 'tip' at the end like the Apex (shown below) is any help for that?
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@bobrocke I'm not sure if you're a competitive shooter or talking self defense.

In either case you might want to reposition your trigger finger upwards a bit... If you have been shooting a long time, it might not feel natural to you at first... I'm a competitive shooter and if/when I change something that's part of the fundamentals, I do a lot of dry firing to get used to the new position... Then practice at the range and then some more dry firing.

Dry firing is a powerful tool... A lot of people don't do it because it's not as much fun as shooting, but you'd be surprised at how many good/great shooters dry fire.
 

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I have undercut the trigger guards on several of my Glocks to allow a slightly higher hand position which helps with the trigger finger drag problem. Doesn't fix it completely but helps a bit.
Also I polish the inside of the trigger guard where my finger drags and that helps also.
 
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