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  • Jonny glock drop in trigger systems.

     Tammy updated 10 months, 1 week ago 2 Members · 2 Posts
  • Tammy

    December 18, 2019 at 12:34 am

    Any range reports on the Jonny glock drop in trigger systems. The 2 basic ones the carry and competition models. Any pictures or videos? Just looking for input. I’m kinda bored with the apex triggers and want to step it up to the next level.

  • cyclicrate

    December 18, 2019 at 12:34 am

    I’ve got one of his [drop in competition]( trigger kits. Honestly I’m still unsure if I like it or not. I’ve had to do a lot of fiddling with it to get it to reset and ignite rounds. Some of this is to be expected with the extreme adjustability of the system. I’ve been swapping his trigger and a Zev Pro full kit in and out of my Glock 17. I “like” it but also don’t fully trust it.

    Probably not the definitive answer you were looking for. He has TONS of positive reviews but I think lots of it depends on what you ask for. He is very responsive and he builds your kit based upon what you ask for, like rolling break, defined wall, glass rod break, etc. So you need to be SURE of what you want. It’s best to call him and discuss it.

    Other options I would suggest…

    [Zev Fulcrum Full Kit](

    [Tactical Pontoon EMV3 or Apex Predator](

    I’m going to go with Tactical Pontoon’s Apex Predator for my next trigger.

  • Hsoltow

    December 18, 2019 at 12:34 am

    The trick to get 100% reliable primer hits is to use the OEM striker springs, not the ones he provides. The only spring of his you can use without worry is the safety plunger spring and trigger spring (for the gen 3 and 4 models).

    Only use his aftermarket springs if you reload with soft primers. Factory rounds, especiall winchester, have hard ass primers.

    His $390 kit is only if you get his flat trigger and polished striker. You don’t need those. Use your own Dremel and polish you own striker. Does the same thing.

    You don’t need the flat face trigger. His polymer triggers are refinished stock triggers and are amazing. He polishes the trigger safety so much that it truly sits flush with the rest of the trigger when depressed, which fells amazing over stock trigger.

    On a normal stock trigger the trigger safety normally sticks out a bit which can be uncomfortable after a while. The issue is the worst on a Glock 43 with it’s weird serrated trigger.

    He also shortens the trigger safety so that there’s less pre travel needed to get to the wall – but there’s enough left so that the trigger safety still works %100.

    I’ve used hyve, Zev, tactical triggers, and the hard to get and super over hyped arsenal democracy switch trigger – johny’s was the best. 2nd best was tacitical triggers.

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