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Glock Action Enhancement Trigger - Red

MSRP: $84.95
$80.70
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SKU:
102-152
UPC:
856008005840

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What it does: 
The Apex Action Enhancement Trigger for Glock is a direct drop-in replacement of the factory polymer trigger and reduces overall trigger travel while providing smooth uptake and reset with a crisp trigger break. When paired with the Apex Ultimate Safety Plunger for Glock, an even smoother trigger uptake can be achieved.

Parts Included: 
  • Black Glock Action Enhancement Trigger

Expected Results: 
  • Direct drop-in replacement of factory polymer trigger
  • Reduces trigger over travel and reset distance
  • Shortens reset length
  • Smooth uptake and reset
  • Crisp trigger break
  • Center mounted pivoting safety maintains factory safety values

Fitment:
For use in nearly all current Glock model pistols. This trigger requires the use of customer’s stock Gen 3 Trigger Bar, and removal of factory trigger, or installation on separately purchased factory trigger bar. The trigger does work in the model 43, but it does NOT function in the narrower frame of the model 42. Not for use with a Gen 4 Trigger Bar. NOT for use in the new Gen 5 models.

Installation:

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  • 5
    Apex Tactical Trigger

    Posted by David on Jan 7th 2021

    I have put this trigger (either the trigger with the trigger bar or just the trigger itself) in all of my Glocks. While the trigger does not change the actual original mechanism, due to the more vertical face of the trigger, the resulting trigger pull is perceived as lighter and smoother. To me, it feels like both the overtravel and creep are reduced as well.
    You get the benefit of what feels like a good trigger job without changing out any of the factory parts other than just the trigger.
    In order to use the original trigger bar, you will need to drive out the pivot pin and then install this trigger. What I have found that works the best is to line up the hole on the trigger bar with the trigger's pin while using a padded vise to push the pin in. It takes two hands and you have to go slowly to make sure the hole and pin are aligned.