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Old 02-12-2018, 08:28 PM   #1
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How to Trigger Job on Glock 43

Hey Guys so i just finished up the last video for the Glock 43 Project, i did a video on a Trigger Job on the Glock 43 i tested the Trigger Pull weights Before any work was done, Again after a Trigger Job smoothing up the contact points and polishing, and a final Trigger Pull test after changing the Connector with a aftermarket one in conjunction with the Trigger Job, and the Results are Great!!!, Please Watch, Like, Subscribe, and share with your friends to show the channel some support, i really appreciate you guys and hope to post more videos that you guys can enjoy.

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Originally Posted by thehobbygunsmith View Post
Hey Guys so i just finished up the last video for the Glock 43 Project,

https://youtu.be/UhKlGwoiSIY
Nice video. I don't own a Glock but many the actions performed here will work with any of the polymer pistols. The parts don't look all that different from a Sig. Variations on a theme.

I have already done a lot of the polishing, smoothing and cleaning actions you've mentioned and can attest to the improvement of feel and function of the action.

As a fellow "hobby / gunsmith" I enjoy your videos. My next project is a trigger job on an HK MP5 A5, .22. Never been inside one so it should be interesting. I bought the armorers video. Keep up the good work.
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Outstanding Video!!!
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Originally Posted by PaulWVa View Post
Nice video. I don't own a Glock but many the actions performed here will work with any of the polymer pistols. The parts don't look all that different from a Sig. Variations on a theme.

I have already done a lot of the polishing, smoothing and cleaning actions you've mentioned and can attest to the improvement of feel and function of the action.

As a fellow "hobby / gunsmith" I enjoy your videos. My next project is a trigger job on an HK MP5 A5, .22. Never been inside one so it should be interesting. I bought the armorers video. Keep up the good work.
Awesome!!!, Should be fun those things are nice.

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Outstanding Video!!!
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Nice video, I think if you did one on a 1911 it would target more members here.
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Nice video, I think if you did one on a 1911 it would target more members here.
I will definitely be doing a Project 1911 in the near future brother.
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Another nice video.

I would have been interested in seeing the trigger pull after polishing parts, but before installing the new parts, or with the new parts and no polishing.
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Another nice video.

I would have been interested in seeing the trigger pull after polishing parts, but before installing the new parts, or with the new parts and no polishing.
I did, i Measured before any modifications where done, again when polishing was completed before the aftermarket connector, and last with the aftermarket connector and polished parts.
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I did, i Measured before any modifications where done, again when polishing was completed before the aftermarket connector, and last with the aftermarket connector and polished parts.

Ahhh... I ride fast, I read fast, and I fast-forward through videos. Guess I missed something and will have to go back.

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Ahhh... I ride fase, I read fast, and I fast-forward through videos. Guess I missed something and will have to go back.

Thx.
No worries brother, i do the same from time to time. i try to keep my videos short without compromising on important info.
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