DAT

$99.00
Current stock: 0
Description

Description

 G42/G43 triggers are out of stock. We will have more after the 1st of the year. 

The Overwatch Precision DAT Trigger is a flat-faced, direct drop-in replacement for your OEM trigger. Each trigger shoe and trigger safety tab is machined in the USA out of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy, and affixed to an NP3 plated, OEM trigger bar by 316 stainless steel coil spring pins. The trigger shoe and safety tab are both Type III hard coat anodized to MIL-A-8625 standard. 

The broad, flat face of the trigger allows a uniquely self-correcting, straight rearward press. Pre-travel has been reduced by as much as 20% (depending on frame tolerances) without compromising firearm safety features resulting in a clean, crisp break, and reduced over-travel making this an ideal option for smaller statured shooters. 

Robar's NP3 plating provides virtually impermeable corrosion resistance and smooth, grit-free operation. The addition of this trigger alone does not change the pull weight but when combined with our competition trigger spring and Glock OEM minus connector you can expect a reduction in trigger pull weight of one half to one full pound. Please note that we do not tune the trigger bar.  

End Result: This trigger is a tank. A sexy tank.

Important Notes:

DISCLAIMER: "GLOCK" is a federally registered trademark of Glock, Inc., and is one of many trademarks owned by Glock Inc. or Glock Ges.m.b.H. Neither Overwatch Tactical LLC, dba Overwatch Precision, nor this site is affiliated in any manner with, or otherwise endorsed by Glock, Inc., or Glock Ges.m.b.H. The use of "Glock" on this page is merely to advertise the sale of Glock pistols, parts, or components.

Reviews

Reviews (7)

Bennie Salinas Jun 25th 2018

Dat trigger

Just installed this trigger in my carry gun, very satisfied with it, ordered 2 more my other builds!!

David Prozzo Jun 2nd 2018

Excellent upgrade

Great upgrade to my Gen 4 Glock 26. Trigger face is more comfortable than stock. The trigger safety retracts flush and the rough serrations on the trigger face are gone. The wide flat face makes it much easier to pull straight back and my front sight stays rock steady at the break with no sideways jerk and so I am shooting better. I chose the DAT rather than TAC because I don't want the little protrusion at the bottom. I prefer to have my finger as low on the trigger as possible to increase leverage. (That is part of the advantage of a flat rather than curved trigger, I think.) It feels quite comfortable to have the bottom side of my finger resting lightly on the trigger guard and I still have plenty of finger on the trigger. Still using the stock dot connector and trigger pull is approximately 4.5 lbs. Easy to install. Buy it

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