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Is it? I run a Glock with standard factory parts for work purposes i.e., a lotta trigger time and rounds down range with that set-up. And it's not going to change any time soon. So the question is: when I score my .45 M&P, can the trigger be situated so it retains ~5.5 lbs of weight, but has a crisp/distinct reset that is shorter than from the factory? And while we're at it, can I get something approaching the glass rod break? I know, I don't ask much.



BTW, although I've got a piece of paper declaring me a Glock armorer (woo hoo!) :roll: , this is not something I would do myself. So the question isn't "Can *I* do it?" The question is, "Can Mr. Burwell do it?"
 

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The answer is yes. I have done several that customers did not wish to change the pull weight.



The over-travel and reset is adjustable independent of the weight. If you go to the FAQ section you can see how to do the trigger job yourself and as long as you don't change any angles on the sear, and don't cut down the engagement very much you will retain the same weight.



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Got it. Thanks.



Are we talking about a Level I Trigger Job?



Thanks for the response.



PS. Any chance you might sell tuned-up/buffed firing pin safeties at some point?
 
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