GlockStore‘s Pyramid Trigger System is a drop-in trigger which results in a lighter, shorter, crisper and more consistent trigger action on virtually all Glock pistols. Watch the video below for a closer look at this product.
According to the press release, the trigger itself is machined from aerospace grade billet aluminum. Pre-travel and over-travel are adjustable for precise operation, yet it maintains the safety features built into the Glock. This trigger also improves accuracy. The trigger pull is shorter and lighter, and the shooter is less likely to disturb the sight alignment when shooting. This lets the shooter keep their sights on target until ammo ignition. The Pyramid Trigger also enables owners to personalize their Glock with 36 different color combinations of trigger and safety at no extra cost.
“The Pyramid Trigger System is task engineered with only the finest construction methods and materials,” the press release reads. “Our uniquely identifiable gold trigger bar is coated in Titanium Nitride, as is the premium Safety Plunger. This creates an extremely hard and friction free surface… contributing to the crisp, consistent “break” that Pyramid Trigger owners appreciate, expect, and now demand!”
The Pyramid Trigger System is currently available in three configurations: the Basic kit which includes the Pyramid Trigger System assembly for drop-in installation, the Complete kit which adds GlockStore’s Titanium Safety Plunger with rounded shoulders and friction-free coating for positive safety action and minimal wear, as well as the Competition Spring Kit and Double Diamond Connector, and the Ultimate kit, which includes everything in the Basic and Complete configurations, plus a skeletonized striker for faster “pin to primer” speeds and increased primer penetration, even with hard primer ammunition.
The Pyramid Trigger System can be purchased for an MSRP ranging from $139.95 to $249.95 over at www.GlockStore.com.
For more information about the Pyramid Trigger System, please visit http://www.pyramidtrigger.com
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