Overwatch Precision's Glock Trigger Parts


From magwells to trigger bars, trigger springs, and disconnectors and more, we have everything you need to upgrade your Glock trigger. Our commitment to quality and precision ensures that each product is crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail.


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Glock Trigger Upgrades

● Trigger: smoother operation, faster trigger reset
Trigger Bar: improve the trigger pull, making it smoother and more consistent.
Connector: can reduce the trigger pull weight and create a crisper break
Trigger Spring: can reduce the trigger pull weight and create a smoother pull
Trigger Shoe: can enhance the feel of the trigger, providing a more ergonomic and comfortable grip
Magwell: improve magazine change consistency and speed

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1. What are the benefits of upgrading my Glock trigger?

Improved accuracy: Upgrading your trigger can result in a smoother and more consistent trigger pull, which can help improve your accuracy and precision.

Faster follow-up shots: A lighter trigger pull, or shorter reset can mean faster follow-up shots, which can be especially useful in competitive shooting or self-defense situations.

Customization: Upgrading your trigger can allow you to customize the feel and performance of your Glock to better suit your individual shooting style and preferences.

2. How difficult is it to install a new trigger in my Glock?

Installing a new trigger in your Glock is not particularly difficult, but it can be time-consuming. You'll need to remove the slide from the frame, then remove the factory trigger and disconnector. You'll also need to install the new trigger and disconnector, making sure to use the proper screws and springs. Once the new trigger is in place, you'll need to reassemble the frame and slide, then test the trigger pull and make any necessary adjustments.

** If you are unfamiliar with gunsmithing, it is recommended that you have an experienced gunsmith or certified Glock Armorer install the trigger for you **

3. Will upgrading my trigger void my Glock's warranty?
Yes. Glock’s website directly states on their warranty page (under their limitations of warranty), that the warranty on your pistol may be voided if ‘your Glock Pistol or any of its parts are altered or modified from their original state’.
4. What is the best trigger upgrade for competition shooting?
When it comes to shooting, having the right trigger can make all the difference in your accuracy and speed. There are a couple different types of triggers that can help you customize your shooting experience to fit your individual preferences. One great option is a flat-faced trigger, like our TAC Trigger for Glock, which provides a wider surface area for your trigger finger and a more consistent trigger pull. A lighter trigger pull can also be beneficial for faster follow-up shots and improved accuracy. Another option is an adjustable trigger, which lets you adjust the trigger pull weight and travel to your liking.
5. What is the difference between a flat-faced trigger and a curved trigger?

The main difference between a flat-faced trigger and a curved trigger is the shape of the trigger face. A curved trigger has a traditional curved shape that follows the natural contour of the trigger finger, while a flat-faced trigger has a flat surface with a straight or slightly curved edge.

The shape of the trigger face can impact your finger placement and the feel of the trigger pull. Some people may find that a flat-faced trigger provides a more consistent trigger pull by allowing for a more even distribution of pressure across the trigger face. Others may prefer the traditional feel of a curved trigger.

6. How do I choose the right trigger weight for my Glock?
When choosing a trigger weight for your Glock, it is important to consider the intended use of the gun. For self-defense and home defense, it is generally recommended to choose a trigger weight of at least 5.5lbs. This provides enough weight to ensure that the trigger is pulled with intention, but not so heavy that it is difficult to pull. For target shooting, a lighter trigger weight may be more suitable
7. Are there any specific tools or equipment required for installing a new trigger on my Glock?
The tools and equipment required for installing a new trigger in your Glock will depend on the specific trigger, but in general, you will likely need some or all of the following tools:
  • Punch Set / Hammer → for removing and installing pins and other small parts
  • Screwdrivers → for removing and installing screws (we recommend both flathead and Phillips head)
  • Armorer's tool → for disassembling and reassembling your Glock
  • Needle-nose pliers → for manipulating small parts during installation
  • Vise → to hold your Glock steady during installation
  • Gun lubricant → help ensure that your Glock functions smoothly after installation

** If you are unfamiliar with gunsmithing, it is recommended that you have an experienced gunsmith or certified Glock Armorer install the trigger for you **