Randy Galvan/ May 10, 2017/ Reviews

Ghost

 

I have never been a fan of Glocks. For years I have shot friends Gen 2 and Gen 3 Glocks. I owned a Gen 2 Glock 17 some years ago. I have never cared for how they felt in my hand or shot. Knowing that they make a solid product I wished that they felt better but choose to carry a Sig 239 instead. I recently had a friend purchase a Glock 43 and a Glock 19 Gen 4. I went with him to the range and really liked the way the Glock 19 Gen 4 felt and shot. Fast forward about a month and I find a good deal on a Glock 32 Gen 4. Although I liked the feel of the Gen 4 Glocks I have never been a fan of the trigger.

The ghost Inc trigger

The next day I head to my local gun shop. When I get there I see some trigger kits from Ghost Inc. and start talking to the owner of the shop about them. He has a pistol that they had done some custom work on that also had the Ghost Inc. trigger in it. After trying it out I was impressed. It felt much better than the factory trigger. I decided to get the GHO- EDGETK. It included a ghost edge 3.5lb trigger bar, 6lb and 4lb firing pin springs, and a 6lb trigger spring . It also included a reduced power firing pin safety plunger spring. I choose the 4 lb firing pin spring. The owner offered to install it for me free of charge.Ghost

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Ghost trigger: Range time

On sunday I took the Glock out to the range with a few hundred rounds of ammo and the new Ghost trigger kit installed. I was impressed that my Glock shot as well as my Sig 229. The trigger system was 100% reliable with FMJ and HP rounds. Shooing the Glock 32 was a dream with the kit installed. It’s much smoother and breaks more cleanly than the stock trigger.

It is worth noting that I did not have a single failure to fire due to a light primer strike with multiple types and brands of ammunition. The reset is much smoother and the wall much crisper. The pistol shot better and addressed the issues that I have personally had with the factory Glock trigger. To anyone who is interested in upgrading their trigger with duty or edc in mind, I recommend trying out the Ghost Trigger.

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