M*CARBO Brotherhood

Best Triggers For Glock 19 & Ideas For Improving Trigger Pull On Glock .40/10mm


#1

Just wondering what would be the best trigger for my glock 40 10mm mos . And also glock 19 both gen4 .


#2

I like Apex trigger kits. I have it installed in my G19 along with the safety plunger. Pretty significant difference in take up and makes for a nive clean and crisp break


#3

@Maddog1, I have a Glock 17 with the Ghost Evo trigger kit. Took out a lot of the take up and gives a nice clean break. I did my G22 and G27 with the Mcarbo spring kit. Polished all the internals when I did the springs and that really helped reduce trigger weight and provide a clean break but did nothing to reduce the take up like the Ghost trigger did. Mcarbo really needs to make a connector to go with their springs.


#4

Oh thats an easy one! Go buy a Walther PPQ and throw away the Glock! :grin::+1:

Sorry I just couldn’t help myself…I fought it for as long as I could.


#5

Well hell i have beretta 92fs sig 226 sig938 spring field xdm competition you think thats better.


#6

Yup…but none of them striker fired! :grin::+1:

But I do like those Sigs.


#7

@Johnksg, @Maddog1, Glocks are ugly plastic guns but there is a reason more LEO’s carry them than probably all others combined. They Work! They are like that old timex watch, they take a lickin and keep on tickin. Nothing against the Walther or Springfield XDM’s or XDS’s, own them too. When it absolutely positively has to go bang, I trust my glocks I have NEVER had a FTF or FTE with any of my Glocks… Their stock triggers do suck though.


#8

@Maddog1, If you don’t want to go through the hassle of fitting your connector, you can get one of these. Does not include the springs. I just ordered some to go with the Mcarbo springs I’ve installed in the G22 and G27. Have a set of Mcarbo springs for my G26 also but will wait until these connectors come in. Just ordered 3 of these connectors. When I’m finished I’ll be able to compare to the fitted Ghost Evo Elite complete kit in my G17.


#9

@Maddog1

Mike, I had used the Apex for my Glock 17 Gen 4. I was extremely happy for the value. I have been becoming more adventurous after building my gun ‘from scratch.’ I am sure with a 3.5 trigger kit and some ‘polishing,’ you can easily get it down to 2.7 pounds or less!!! I don’t remember what I had spent. I think it was around $135 at the time? Now, knowing what I know, I would save my money and keep it ‘stock’ and polish the assembly. Best of luck in whatever you decide.


#10

Your right about glock triggers they such and knows that dont understand why they didn’t improve it also plastic sights come on another issue other than that fine firearm.


#11

@Maddog1,
I have replaced the sights on all of mine with tritium sights.


#12

@Maddog1
Why they cannot put an ‘inexpensive’ set of HiViz sights and call it a day is beyond me??? Yeah, when I first found out about those plastic sights I was turned off by it!!!


#13

@Texprep

I would like to ‘venture’ out with a M*CARBO spring kit (after changing my connector with a Ghost…) I should ‘remember’ to test the trigger before doing so??? Big smiles!


#14

I’ve tried the ghost connector with springs the trigger was better but the safety wasn’t working now i have a live firearm with proper safety reinstall the original connector wirks as advertise. Im think of a whole trigger assembly with springs what would you recommend. Most of my pistols are double action alloy frames its a great pistol but the triggers suck . I have a spring field xdm competition pistal upgraded the trigger fine as wine very nice trigger pull .


#15

The safety wasn’t working after putting in a complete Ghost kit? Chances are the connector wasn’t fit properly. You need to file on them some to get the safety/reset to work properly. It can be a tedious job. File a little, assemble, test, and repeat until it’s fit properly. I’ve been told that if you ruin the connector when fitting, ghost will replace it but I haven’t run into that problem, at least yet.


#16

Overwatch.

Tac with minus connector and 6lb spring. The 34 build got Apex plunger and lighter plunger spring but not that much different then the others with oem.


#17

You forgot Springfield xdm are striker fired nnts.


#18

Can’t say enough good things about the Apex trigger kit I put in my SD9VE backup piece. Went from being a firearm of last resort to being a very usable tool. Cut that awful trigger pull from about nine pounds to a little less than five.


#19

I’ve been hearing a lot of good comments about the Apex trigger. Sounds like a good excuse to get another gun so I can give it a try.


#20

I think it’s a worthwhile investment. I can only speak from a personal perspective in that I’m glad I didn’t choose to sell off that pistol now that I used that product.