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Olddog84
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USA
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Posted - April 11 2018 :  10:28:40 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am considering installing a Ghost connector on my Glock 32. Has anyone used one? Which one? Opinions? Thanks in advance.
Mike

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jle3030
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USA
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Posted - April 11 2018 :  3:11:16 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I put the Ghost G42/43 Edge connector in my G43. It lightened the overall trigger pull and went a long way toward eliminating the "brick wall followed by sudden overtravel" syndrome that plagues (IMHO) the factory trigger. Now the trigger is more similar to my G19 / NY1 trigger / Glock 4.5# connector setup. I'd consider the Ghost to be a highly worthwhile investment.

Jeff

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BatteryOaksBilly
Junior Member

USA
169 Posts

Posted - April 11 2018 :  5:47:18 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
One of my regulars had a 43 right out of the box that would not trip at the 9 pound limit of my trigger gauge. Unbelievable! Guessing it was at least 12 pounds.

Billy Bruton..Carry every step..Shoot every day!
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Jim Higginbotham
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USA
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Posted - April 12 2018 :  1:15:28 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have installed several for people - they seem OK. The one with the trigger stop does ease, somewhat, that common tendency for Glocks to shoot "inside" (left for right handed people and right for left handed people).

They however are not drop in and one needs to fit and try - clearly all Glocks are not identical (I've noticed the above mentioned wide latitude in trigger pulls even among the same model).

how wide: from 4.5 lbs to over 9 lbs. It is not just Glocks, same thing with M&Ps and XDs.

Jim

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Olddog84
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USA
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Posted - April 16 2018 :  08:52:48 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Guys!
Mike

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exfed2002
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Posted - April 16 2018 :  12:09:18 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Olddog84

I am considering installing a Ghost connector on my Glock 32. Has anyone used one? Which one? Opinions? Thanks in advance.
Mike



Yes.

I put a Ghost connector on my new 43 a few months ago.

I also installed a Lone Wolf adjustable trigger, and did a bit of polishing to eliminate friction and tool marks on the trigger bar.

Now the 43 has about the best trigger of any semi auto I have.

"The answer is there is no answer."
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Nanuk
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USA
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Posted - April 17 2018 :  7:36:52 PM  Show Profile  Click to see Nanuk's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
I think the Lone Wolf one is superior, costs less too.

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