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Glock vs. Steyr Trigger....

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How would you compare the Glock Trigger to the Steyr Trigger? Is the reset the same? It seemed the same when I was checking them out at the local gun store.

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Wash your mouth with soap....... 8-O Steyr is closer to a single action, shorter a nutshell.......I like Glocks in general though, the trigger is not as good......IMO
The steyr precocks to 72% vs the glocks 50%, so the pull is shorter.

There is also no stacking effect (it doesn't get heavier as you pull).

It is also much crisper due to all the parts being in a steel subframe instead of some parts embedded into the polymer fram (polymer flexes under pressure more than steel).

however the glock trigger can be changed out w/ different parts for an easier pull, less overtravel, etc. But out of the box the steyr trigger is way nicer, it also wears in smoother over time too.
i've felt stock steyr triggers that were as good as tuned-up glock triggers. but the steyr still has the edge because of the shorter travel.

when you tune up a steyr trigger: polish it right, and make sure everything is square and true... absolutely NO comparison.
I love my steyr trigger. I like it better than the trigger on my daughters glock 17. Don't get me wrong I do like the glock 17, I also like the XD9, but I perfer my steyr. Mine is still out of the box.
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