“When we started to shoot competitively, the only thing available for Glock at that time were several different aftermarket parts. We got all kinds of different results when we used those parts. After that experience I got the idea that if I was going to build a trigger for myself that the best thing to do was to keep the reliability that Glock built into the pistol and use the parts that they had produced because we know that they are reliable.
Another issue that I needed to address is that I have very small hands and a really short trigger finger. I knew that I needed to move the trigger back further but then I also knew that I needed to make sure that I didn’t compromise any of the safeties in the process.
These modifications where then developed into the first trigger produced by GlockTriggers.com, The Edge Competition trigger system. This was a trigger that I can now use easily with my short trigger finger. Every time out of the holster when I press the trigger to break a shot, I get perfect function every time.
Included in this system is a completely assembled lower unit that drops in the frame. It is comprised of a trigger with trigger bar modified to reduce pre-travel, trigger housing with adjustable over-travel modification, trigger spring, and connector. Also included is a hex tool for over-travel adjustment, set of three different reduced power striker springs (4.0, 4.5, and 5.0 pound), and polished safety plunger with competition spring.
Many companies will offer just a single component to throw in your gun. You will not get the same results as you will with a complete system that is already tested for function and reliability, as well as safety.”