D&L Sports™, Inc.
 
Short Pull Trigger System
for the Glock Pistol

From the time of introduction of the Glock pistol design shooters have complained about the long reach trigger with a springy, less than crisp feel. The trigger pull feel has been commonly compared to a spring powered dart gun trigger. Serious shooters have been requesting a better trigger system for their Glock pistols for years. There have been many attempts at improving the Glock trigger to help shooters achieve better shooting performance. However, many of these attempts have including lightening the internal springs of the pistol, and or improperly positioning the internal components of the pistol. Both can be detrimental to the mechanical safety and reliability of the pistol. Putting light springs in the pistol can cause unreliability. Misadjusting the internal components of the pistol can deactivate mechanical safeties of the Glock pistol design.

The DLS inc trigger system provides serious shooters with improved trigger action while still using all full power internal springs. All mechanical safeties remain functional, and the center trigger safety is dramatically improved in function and feel. The standard factory installed center trigger safety on Glock pistols is thin and commonly projects from the trigger face, even when compressed. This causes irritation and an uncomfortable feel on the shooter’s trigger finger, especially during high volume training. This irritation can become quite distracting, and adversely affect a shooter’s performance. The very lightly sprung standard safety also commonly fails to fully engage, thus provides less than optimal blockage to prevent the trigger from being pulled when a trigger pull is not desired. The DLS inc trigger features a wide flat face as a comfortable trigger finger contact point, and a center trigger safety that compresses flush with the trigger face to eliminate trigger finger irritation. The center safety also incorporates more trigger movement blockage to avoid unexpected discharge, and a stouter spring to help assure that trigger safety blockage remains consistent over time and use. The DLS inc 'short pull trigger system' has been designed to operate without any set screws or Loctite. Trigger systems which use these features can come loose or be misadjusted to the point of not operating properly. These problems are both safety and reliability concerns.

The DLS inc trigger system is not designed to provide the shooter with a lightly sprung competition trigger that operates on the edge of unreliability, and it is not designed to provide an unreasonably light trigger pull in a striker fired pistol. It is designed to give experienced shooters a shorter pull distance and a quick reset to achieve the most positive operation and highest shooter performance possible. A short, quick pull of approximately 5 – 5½ Lbs, with a positive reset for quick follow up shots. This trigger action has been described ; as close to a 1911 trigger as a striker pistol can be.

At the current time these trigger systems are only available in Professional Model custom Glocks by DLS inc.

Short Pull Trigger System for Glock Pistols Short Pull Trigger System for Glock Pistols
Short Pull Trigger System for Glock PistolsThe DLS inc short pull trigger
The trigger of the top pistol is in the full cock position. The trigger of the bottom pistol is in the fired position.
Short Pull Trigger System for Glock Pistols
Glock with DLS Short Pull Trigger
Standard issue factory Glock trigger.
Note the “long reach” positioning of the trigger.
 
 
Hi Dave,
Good range session today with the Pro Glock. Everything; the clean break trigger, great feel of the pistol, easy to pick up sights, all good. And, solid performance: no failures or problems of any kind through 1700 rounds now. No more excuses for me!
Pistol Shooter / Gunsite Graduate
 
Dave,
I tried out a standard Glock 17 at the range today. Not at all good. Fit in the hand is not comfortable, large knuckle of the firing hand middle finger gets rubbed and hurt by the trigger guard, the pistol doesn't point correctly, and the trigger does not feel right or break correctly. I could only fire one magazine's worth of rounds before having to put it down in pain and disgust and go back to the D&L Professional Model Glock, which was a relief to shoot. How can standard Glocks, which are so uncomfortable and clumsy, be so popular? Seems like a scam that they market Glocks as “perfection”, because they most certainly are far from perfect. On the other hand, with the work you have done to make the Pro Glock, you have taken a beast and made it a beauty. Once the word gets out, your Pro Glock should take over among serious shooters who want a polymer-framed pistol.
Pistol Shooter / Vietnam Veteran / Gunsite Graduate
 
Glock is a trademarked name. DLS inc does not represent the Glock company, nor is DLS inc affiliated with Glock inc, other than being certified as a Glock Armorer. Customizing, altering, or modifying your Glock pistol may violate your factory warrantee.
 

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