In a thread discussing handguns a month or two ago, a couple of posters expressed their discuss with the feel of the triggers on Glocks. Somebody, I believe it was Nuggz, said that for $35-$40 you could have trigger work done (or you could do it yourself if you were knowledgeable enough). It sounded like a routine thing that is done to Glocks. I searched for this thread and couldn't find it.
Here's my situation:
In the next month or two, I'd like to buy a new handgun. Currently, I carry a S&W .357 MAG revolver. As you can imagine, concealing this piece isn't the easiest thing in the world. To compliment this, I'm leaning towards a 9mm semi-auto, and would be using the revolver for in my vehicle or home. I don't want particularly want to take a chance on a Taurus and I can't really afford something like a Kimber (I just bought a new house). This is leading me towards a Glock (been looking at the Glock 19).
What exactly is it about Glock triggers that make them "uncomfortable"? In the meantime, I'm going to try to get out to the range with somebody that has a Glock so I can try the trigger for myself. Any help/input would be appreciated (with Reps for those that are truly helpful).
Thread: Glock Trigger