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the Glock G40 MOS Endless praise has been heaped on Glock pistols and with good reason. First off, they are incredibly reliable and have been adopted by numerous law enforcement and military organizations around the world. They are reasonably priced, easy to maintain and, not finicky about what ammo you feed them. There are so popular that there is an entire industry built around Glock aftermarket parts. They are also accurate. I had never been a Glock enthusiast but my interest was piqued around the new G40 Gen 4 MOS for a couple of reasons. First off, the new MOS(Modular Optic System)platform,which allows you to easily mount a red dot optic on the slide, is a great asset. It features four styles of base plates that will accommodate popular red dots from manufacturers such as EOTech, cheap jerseys Docter, Insight, Meopta, Trijicon, C More,and Leupold. I was particularly drawn to the (10mm) G40 for another reason ballistics. The 10mm Auto round has similar, flat shooting characteristics as the.41 Magnum and the.357 magnum. These rounds allow you to hit targets extremely accurately at 100+ yards. How accurate? A.41 or.357 (with at least a 6″ barrel) can consistently hit an 8″ metal gong at 100 yards. This is not easy with iron sights but it’s certainly more do able with a red dot optic. Theoretically, you should be able to do the same thing with the optic mounted, 10mm G40. At least, that was the genesis for this story. The G40 model also appealed to me because it has a 6″ barrel which is certainly long enough to provide the velocity you need to whack a small object at a long distance. Priced at a street price of around $700, the G40 is not «cheap» but it’s less expensive than just about any 6″, 10 mm handgun out there. So how in fact could you accurize a stock G40 without having to go to a gunsmith? After consulting with my Glock guru, Brian Takaba ofX Ring Securityin Honolulu,I elected to make a couple of straight forward modifications. I replaced the stock barrel with one from and the fire control group with a ZEV Technologies Fulcrum Trigger. For better handling, I added Talon Gun Grips which I was recently introduced to at the SHOT Show. Dropping in a precision trigger ZEV provides it own striker with two options (2 lb and 3 lb) springs that will replace the stock part. As has been said since time memorial, the trigger is perhaps the most crucial component in the search for accuracy. Stock Glock triggers always make the gun go butare not the first choice for long range accuracy. First and foremost, they are a striker fired design. Striker fired pistols have some tactical and design advantages over the older hammer fired system. There have less moving parts and no external hammer, allowing for a more snag free layout when it comes to concealed carry. This design also guarantees consistent trigger pull. That means every shot, from the first through the final round of the magazine, will have the same pull weight. The main drawback with the striker design, and the stock Glock in particular vs. a hammer fired gun is that it has a long, mushy pull. It’s much harder (at least for me) to predict the break. This makes it inherently more difficult to master for pinpoint accuracy. Try firing any decent 1911 or a stock Smith Wesson or Colt revolver. The crisp trigger break afforded in single action allows a marksman to place a shot just about anywhere under 50 yards. You simply can’t do that with a striker fired gun. (At least I can fact, there’s a whole cottage industry devoted to third party Glock triggers designed to supersede the stock versions. Are they as good as a tricked out 1911? No, they don’t approach that level but they are an order of magnitude better than a box stock Glock. The ZEV parts kit comes with a firing pin safety and spring replacement. For this reasonI acquired a Fulcrum Ultimate Kit from ZEV. (See photo at the top of this page). Recognized for its quality aftermarket Glock parts, ZEVTechnologieswas founded in 2008 by Alec Wolf. They manufacture a wide variety of items with the exception of recoil springs, Night sights and the frame. A custom gun built by ZEV was used by Team Glock’s KC Eusebio to win high overall at the Steel World Speed Shooting Championship in 2012. Manufactured with 6061 aircraft grade T6 aluminum the ZEV kit has a number of improvements over the stock fire control group. One of the biggest enhancements is its wide range of adjustable trigger features. You can fine tune the pull weight to as low as 3 lbs as well as tweak the pre travel and over travel. There are other design elements. The trigger http://www.cheapjerseys11.com/ face is flatter and the trigger safety is three times wider than a stock trigger. ZEV says this is helps place your finger in the optimal firing position and build muscle memory to promote consistency and accuracy. The Kit also has a polished, «skeletonized» firing pin, which is lighter than the stock version and has an extended tip for more for a more positive primer ignition. There is a disclaimer on the instructions that the trigger should be installed by a Glock Armorer but I suspect this is more for insurancepurposes. There is a well written, well illustrated installation manual that even a non Glock Armorer (like me) can follow. ZEV also has some excellent installation videos. To install the trigger all you need is a 3/32nd punch. (The trigger kit comes also with a couple of minuscule Allen head wrenches to regulate trigger pre travel and over travel but that is an elective option). Essentially you field strip the gun, remove the locking block pin, the trigger pin and the ejector housing pin with the punch, pushing out the pins from left to right. You then remove the slide release lever, the locking block and pop out the trigger assembly. After slipping in the trigger assembly you put things back together in the reverse order and you’re more than half the way there. The next steps are to add the striker (which has two or three pound spring options) and the firing pin safety with its own spring to the slide. ZEV recommends you try the preset configuration on the trigger before messing with the pre travel and over travel adjustments. The Fulcrum Trigger does live up to its reputation. It’s more precise than the stock FCG and has a much crisper, cleaner break. The pre travel is still longer than I’d like but of course, it’s adjustable. The ZEV product is not going to be confused with a 1911 trigger but it’s light years better than the stock Glock. In my experience, the company also has an excellent technical support team. I called them up to ask a few questions and after a minimal wait time,my queries were quickly fielded. The Lone Wolf 10mm barrel in all its greasy glory. LWD barrel has tighter tolerances and offers you the option to shoot cast bullets. It priced at around $100. There are a host of third party barrels out there. There’s certainly nothing wrong with the stock Glock barrel. In fact it’s quite good. However, one can expand one’s ammo choices with an aftermarket product and theoretically improve accuracy. The hexagonal rifling found on a stock Glock barrel is not designed for cast lead bullets, which are the choice for many target aficionados, especially those who shoot silhouette competition. Glock’s hexagonal rifling causes a lead build up which is less than optimal.
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