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Old 10-24-2012, 07:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Here you can get info and help with custom glock builds and stock glock repairs too, Plus new upgrades for your glock pistol. Heres a good start for adding some personal touches to your glock plus they have very good install video's for almost all parts that are not the norm to replace..http://glockstore.com/ now we can start on more custom things like frames and barrells. lone wolf is a good one. http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Default.aspxne.. And heres a break down of are basic glock. Next we will get into custom sights and grip options. feel free to ask or add anything!
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Old 10-30-2012, 10:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Awesome! Im buying one tomorrow, i need a trigger, maybe down from 5.5 yo 3.5lbs. Suggestions?

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Awesome! Im buying one tomorrow, i need a trigger, maybe down from 5.5 yo 3.5lbs. Suggestions?

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this is a good deal...> http://glockstore.com/pgroup_descrip...Accessories%2F
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Are there any advantages to getting a fulcrum kit with the trigger and everything?

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Are there any advantages to getting a fulcrum kit with the trigger and everything?

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Much smoother but about $125.00 bucks.
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this is a nice drop in. http://glockstore.com/pgroup_descrip...&+Accessories/
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That does seem really nice, It says the kit drops down to 2lb trigger with adjustment up to 3.5lb with a stiffer spring. Do you thing a 3.5lb trigger is too light for a carry gun?
Edit: just read about the tactical option.
Is this trigger much different that the previous post? it's $20 more, and comes in fancy colors
http://glockstore.com/pgroup_descrip...m+Trigger+Bar/
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That does seem really nice, It says the kit drops down to 2lb trigger with adjustment up to 3.5lb with a stiffer spring. Do you thing a 3.5lb trigger is too light for a carry gun?
Edit: just read about the tactical option.
Is this trigger much different that the previous post? it's $20 more, and comes in fancy colors
http://glockstore.com/pgroup_descrip...m+Trigger+Bar/
Just the colors make them cost more and yes i would go with the tactical option for carry.
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heres a lonewolf barrel next to a stock glock 17C and a stock recoil spring and guide next to a after market stainless steel spring and guide. add a buffer and its nice and tight with less recoil.
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Advantage to a lonewolf? Id like a ported even, but kinda hard to justify on a concealed gun.

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