What makes your trigger different than other triggers on the market?
Each and every DAT, TAC, and Falx trigger shoe is assembled to order, by hand, and carefully inspected before packaging to ensure proper function. Trigger shoes are milled out of billet 7075-T6 aluminum alloy, Type III hard coat anodized to MIL-A-8625 spec, and the OEM trigger bars are plated with NP3 by Robar Guns. We use stainless steel coiled spring pins to provide a continuous expansion fit, above and beyond what standard slotted roll pins can provide, and guarantee that they won't walk, ever.
Premium materials, cutting edge metal finishes, and careful hand-assembly in America, by Americans. Our trigger shoes are the best money can buy, period. We back up this promise to you with our Unlimited Warranty.
What are the differences between the DAT and TAC triggers?
The DAT and TAC triggers are functionally identical in regards to pre-travel reduction, safety, and trigger press geometry. They differ in that the TAC has a small indexing hook at the tip of the trigger shoe to facilitate consistent trigger finger placement, and the DAT is available in a variety of color combinations, while the TAC is only available in a few.
Do your triggers work with connector?
While our trigger may work with aftermarket connectors, we do not recommend the use of any connectors other than OEM. We have accounted for factory component dimensions and associated tolerances, but cannot account for tolerance stacking or QC/QA for every aftermarket connector. We strongly recommend the use of factory connectors, specifically the "minus" connector in Gen 3 pistols, and the "dot" connector in Gen 4 pistols.
I'm having issues with installation or trigger function. What should I do?
If you are a certified Glock armorer, or a licensed/certified gunsmith, please click here for our installation guides. If you have further need for assistance, please contact us. If you are not an armorer or gunsmith, please have the gunsmith or armorer who installed your trigger contact us.