When searching for an aftermarket trigger there are a few things to consider. Do you want the lightest competition trigger available, or something with a clean heavier pull to be more duty-oriented? Determine what is important to you, and find something designed to fit those needs.
My needs in an aftermarket trigger were a clean break and ultimate reliability. Having run a lightweight and mushy Agency Arms trigger for a year in Glock 34 for USPSA, I was ready to switch it up.
While having a 5.5lb pull weight to break the wall and fire a round, the Universal Gen 1-4 Velocity trigger from Killer Innovations has a smooth and medium pull weight to get to the wall traveling right at 3/16ths of an inch.
Once at the wall, increasing your pulling force will create a very clean break with no noticeable creep. After the shot, the trigger can move up to another 3/16ths to the rear. The trigger is then spring assisted back forward, moving a maximum of 3/16ths of an inch before getting a positive and tactile reset which is then right back on the wall of the trigger. Having the reset activated right on the wall of the trigger is a huge plus to me. It creates less needed movement of both your finger and the trigger which aids accuracy when you are shooting quickly.
In my opinion, aesthetically this trigger leaves nothing to be wanted. I am a huge fan of their skeletonized design. They offer multiple color schemes to match whatever style you are going for in your pistol. Replacement of an OEM trigger with this aftermarket one is an easy job. Plenty of YouTube videos out there to give you step-by-step directions if you haven’t disassembled your handgun or swapped triggers up to this point.
The safety bar sticks out further than most other trigger safeties I have seen, but this does not bother me. It seems to almost hyper-extend past where normal Glock trigger safety’s go, so there is no way the trigger can be pulled without also depressing the safety bar. The end of the safety bar is cut at such an angle so it makes full contact with the frame.
The Velocity trigger feels good, shoots great, and looks cool doing it. Shooting over 2,000 rounds with this trigger over the course of the last two years, I am happy to say I have had zero issues. Between live fire, and the thousands of reps of dry fire, this trigger has held up well. It still has a positive reset and clean break. The trigger has performed as well as I expected, and after my experiences would recommend it to anyone who wanted a heavier duty grade aftermarket trigger. Their MSRP is currently listed at $129.99 at Killer Innovations website here.
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” GLOCK ” … the BEST HAND GUN IN THE WORLD … after you change the trigger, sights, guide rod and springs, and get the grip reshaped and textured, and …
GOSH !!! All my other pistols don’t know what they’re MISSING !!! They all have ORIGINAL PARTS … and WORK !!!
If it weren’t for the STUPID SAFETY FEATURES on several pistols… they be WAAAAAY better … The best SAFETY FEATURE is your TRIGGER FINGER !!! Learn how it’s supposed to WORK !!! AND USE IT !!!
Alec… Alec BALDWIN … I’m talking to YOU !!!
So ANOTHER JUNK GLOCK trigger that is in reality an OEM pile of crap, just with a different shape that for some stupid reason idiots buy and at ridiculous prices. So there’s zero adjustment/s huh? Sounds OEM! Connector looks like a junky version of OEM which says a lot since the OEM version really sucks compared to for example a Ghost connector. Trigger bar the same as any other and like the connector was so half ass done that they simply dipped it into clearly the cheapest sure to fail the second it’s used non professional gun finish instead of the guaranteed smoother OEM version that’s made of stainless which is why GLOCK doesn’t finish coat it so tells me most likely the connector and trigger bar here are made of junk metals that rust, hence the finish coat… where is the upgrade?! If you buy a trigger for a GLOCK and it doesn’t have FULLY adjustable pre AND over travel then your buying OEM with a different trigger shoe! Why waste your time and money?! Why not buy for example a $50 Lone Wolf trigger with full pre and over travel adjustments($70 with trigger bar or simply use a soldering iron to melt cheap plastic oem trigger shoe enough to push out the single pin that is all that holds the shoe on the bar you probably already have unless building ground up from bare frame)and a ghost connector that actually work to smooth out the trigger and have many different styles to get the results you want like a lighter trigger or heavier pull? I am in zero way affiliated with any of the aforementioned companies, I just say those since that’s what I run in every caliber and size GLOCK myself and family own which I recommend only because I build ground up from bare frames and have tried many triggers and best over all is hands down especially at half the cost at least as most triggers not including the trigger.
That’s a whole lotta words. You should have stopped at “ANOTHER JUNK GLOCK trigger”. That would have said it all.