What attachments should i get for my glock?
glockbrand glock light
red or blue firing pin spring
smooth trigger if its a compact 19/23
extended slide stop and mag release
glock brand night sights
anything else is shitting on the perfection designed by Gaston Glock.
oh and if you got a Gen4 junk rustbucket, go ahead and just sell it and never return.
Though not really necessary, I like a steel or tungsten guide rod. Adds a little weight. I put a stainless one in my 21 Gen4 along with a grip plug for my OCD, Trijicon night sights and an extended slide release. Considering a 3.5 lb connected but I'm used to standard Glock triggers and they don't feel particularly heavy to me.
I'd be quick about it if I were you.
New sights. The Haley Strategic ones seem nice, but shop around a bit. That's pretty much it for "essential" upgrades. Everything else is preference. This is mine. I've got the Haley Strategic skimmer trigger in it, trijicon suppressor height night sights, a trijicon RMR, and a TLR-1s on it.
New sights. If you're doing anything serious with this gun, go night sights. My Trijicon HD sights are great.
For the same reasons you'd want night sights, a weapon light is a good idea. Surefire and Streamlight are popular choices. The factory trigger is good enough, but you could always do better. For what it's worth, I had a hard time actuating the stock slide release, so I got an extended one. Made a world of difference.
>Entirely Up to You & Your Purposes
- threaded barrel
- metal guide rod assembly
- grip plug
- extended mag release
Ultimately, bear in mind this is a Glock. You probably bought it because you wanted something you wouldn't wince about treating rough and running hard.
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Metal sights and a weaponlight are all you really need.
To hell with attachments, get a better gun.
I fully recommend getting a desert eagle.
>deagles have much longer life span
>made out of much more superior material
>fun at the range
>very handy self defense weapon
Better in every way than the glock.
>Lone Wolf SS threaded barrel with thread protector
>Lone Wolf stainless steel guide rod with spring
>Meprolight Tru-Dot tritium night sights (green front orange rears)
A pull pin so you can control when you want it to blow up.
Bumping this thread since it's the most suitable for my question:
Does anyone have any experience with Ghost Edge connectors (and other Ghost connectors of a similar design such as the Pro and Evo Elite)? I've heard some pretty glowing testimonials about what they do to the trigger, getting rid of the "bump" and all.
Other than that, what trigger components/springs do you guys use?