Whenever I measure the trigger pull of a stock Glock pistol, I find it's typically between 7 to 9 pounds depending on how broken-in the gun is. By installing an OEM Glock 4.5 lb connector (part #SP00721) and a 6-lb trigger spring, the trigger pull is typically reduced to 5 to 6 pounds. This is a very comfortable range plus there's enough "beef" on the trigger to prevent accidental discharges. Also, this modification doesn't affect the engineering of the gun insuring that it remains safe and reliable.
Cost: $75.00 including parts & labor. I can do it while you wait.
"HYVE TECHNOLOGIES" makes a wide, flat target trigger CNC machined from aluminum with a very comfortable feel. The safety tang compresses flat with the trigger so you don't have that uncomfortable blade feel like the stock trigger does. Also, it has adjustments for both pre-travel and post-travel so you can take out most of the slop. The trigger alone doesn't reduce the trigger pull so I include a factory OEM Glock 4.5-lb connector (part #SP00721) and 6-lb trigger spring. I also polish out the trigger bar for smoother operation. Adjusting this trigger is no job for amatures and I need a week to finish the job.
Cost: $165.00 including parts & labor.