The general consensus is, the best trigger Glock ever offered was found in the Gen1 "Pencil Barrel 17L. Introduced in 1988, Glock's original "long minus" 3.5lb connector was the basis of this target pistol trigger. Custom Gunsmiths used this connector to build their signature trigger jobs and legitimately, their reputation in the shooting community. Unfortunately, Glock Inc. chose to redesign this icon in the early 90's. The long minus connector was short lived and supply dried up years ago.
Here at Lone Wolf Distributors, we have been absorbed with everything "Glock" for over two decades. During that time, we have seen a lot of trends come and go, and a lot of reinventing of the wheel. But often at the end of the day, you end up circling back to where it all began. We took a long hard look at this original connector, studying its angles and design. Recognizing perfection, we decided to stick to the original dimensions. Our mission was to resurrect this beauty but somehow make it better. And that's exactly what we accomplished by using the highest quality stainless steel as the base material.
The Classic 721 connector of 1988 is reborn!
Special features include:
Corrosion resistant stainless steel body
Coordinate measurement machine verified
Computer-controlled centrifugal finished, smooth like glass
RA (surface roughness gauge) measurement "less than 2", verified via Profilometer *Mirror-polished steel has an RA average of "4"
Weight verified by computer-controlled calibrated load cell measurement system
Zero coatings which mean nothing to chip, crack or peel
Stringent manufacturing practices and precise tolerance will yield a lifetime of service
Connector works with ALL Glocks regardless of model or generation (EXCEPT G42 & G43)
Precision target shooters and Law Enforcement personnel demand excellence in trigger performance. Now you can tune your trigger to perform its best! This drop in part is easily installed or removed and will instantly provide a lighter crisper trigger pull.
Fits all Glock models (except G42 and G43)