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Thread: Mastering the Glock Trigger
02-02-2014, 09:48 AM #1
Mastering the Glock Trigger
This video shares some thoughts on managing the Glock trigger. Specifically how to use the Glocks distinctive tactical trigger reset to improve accuracy and speed. It's a fairly long video showing the process on several Glock pistols. This process works with most semiauto pistols.
02-02-2014, 11:06 AM #2
I prefer to just slap it straight back when shooting fast. It doesn't really matter anyways, and you're probably fooling yourself if you think you can ride the reset during .2s splits.
02-02-2014, 12:30 PM #3
Bill, you sound like an outstanding shooter. I would love to shoot accurately at 5 shots a second (.20 seconds per shot). Thanks for watching and commenting!
Last edited by Wishse; 02-02-2014 at 08:18 PM.
02-02-2014, 12:43 PM #4
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Thanks for sharing
02-02-2014, 01:04 PM #5
02-02-2014, 03:14 PM #6
I just watched shooting with both eyes open. Great advice. I am a left eye dominant right hand shooter, (yes I have every bad shooting technique imaginable) I have been trying the left eye squint to shoot using my right eye and it seems to help considerably. Really enjoy your vids. Keep them coming.
02-02-2014, 08:26 PM #7
02-02-2014, 08:48 PM #8
For me, shorting a 1911 with a nice single action trigger, I can squeeze off a shot, ride the recoil and get the sights back on target while resetting the trigger and quickly squeeze off a second on target shot.
Again, for me, shooting a glock, m&p, or other striker fired gun, I also tend to slap the trigger when shooting fast. As long as its a straight back slap, without disturbing the sights, its ok. If I purposely go slow enough to feel the reset, I tend to then mash the trigger to the rear, pulling a shot low left. I have the apex RAM in my M&P, along with the other goodies, I think I will remove the RAM and try some shooting ignoring the resetTY73127
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02-03-2014, 08:26 PM #9