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Glock 19 Gen 4 quick trip Grandma's Ardmore

Discussion in 'Gun Club/Range Talk' started by steelfingers, May 18, 2017.

  1. beastep

    beastep Sharpshooter

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    Buy a Ghost or LWD connector and a Glock - one as well. They are cheap and easy to swap around and see what you like. And a 6# trigger spring. But hands down I would get the trigger shoe first. Or shoot my junk and see.
     
  2. druryj

    druryj Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    That's the pistol with the red dot on it, right? The one that looks like a big fat fuzzy strawberry to me? Good shooting regardless!
     
  3. steelfingers

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    Where did you get that slide cut? I've tried to find people to do one on my P07 with no luck. Looks great.
    You said to try the CZ trigger from Cajun (there pro package) are you talking about my P07 or glock? I'm confused and that's easy to do.
     
  4. steelfingers

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    That's it and now I want a big fuzzy trigger on it.
    Good to hear from you Joel.
     
  5. druryj

    druryj Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Yo, I looked at those Kineti-Tech triggers Beastep mentions in post #8...they look pretty cool; the various options have me a little confused...I think I'd like to try one out.
     
  6. D. Hargrove

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    Trigger shoes help a great deal. I would highly recommend one as it also tends to assist in accuracy.


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  7. Jwryan84

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    L&M Precision in North Carolina, expensive since I had the glock rear sight added behind the cut. GMAR got his 09 cut here local, but it has no rear sight at all. Yes get your 07 cut and add the pro package.

    The joke was to get rid of the glock as they have chitty triggers and buy an 09.
     
  8. beastep

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    What is it you dont understand?
     
  9. steelfingers

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    Ha. Big fan of the CZ. Got the Threaded barrel from Cz on my 07 and it looks even better.
     
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    I guess my biggest question is how the options, which seem to be incremental, make the trigger feel. I sure would like to check yours out!
     

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