Reset Trigger Kit for Glock
Ratings & Reviews
I've been shooting for years and this reset trigger is a game changer in terms of conditioning the trigger finger for fast shooting.
Close enough for most training purposes
by Greg Raven
The Reset Trigger Kit for Glock is very clever. Compared to other training systems, you have a real Glock so your presentation, indexing, and sight alignment all transfer over to your shooting gun. You can even practice Type 1 and Type 2 malfunctions. Because the trigger is never tripped, Type 3 malfunction drills require an actual gun. The Reset Trigger feels a little different because it employs the M&P design. Still, after only a couple of days of using it, I can tell that it's good training, and it's really nice not to have to cycle the slide between trigger pulls. My biggest complaint about the Reset Trigger is that it has the newer-style trigger safety, which is to say that even when fully depressed the trigger safety still protrudes beyond the face of the trigger shoe. Fortunately, with a little knowledge and a couple of minutes with an X-Acto knife, you can mitigate this issue. Lots more to say, but reviews must have fewer than 1,000 characters.
Light at the end of the tunnel.
Love the trigger and laser. Sure it does not have the kick of the real thing but it helps keep me on my game since the covid-19 scare. Worth the investment for me. I use it with a Mantis-X powerful combo.
Great training tool
This trigger is great. I already had a different laser cartridge than the one sold here, and it works with it as well. It is loud enough to be annoying to others, and the feel is very different than my normal trigger. I'll probably do some work on it to see if I can get it to feel better. Trigger face definitely needs work. Regardless of any shortcomings, I highly recommend this to anyone that wants to do more than just go plink at the range. It has really changed my at home training.
One thing I wanted to make sure of was that I did not get my pistol with the reset trigger and laser cartridge mixed up with my other pistols. While installing, you have to remove the extractor. You can then leave it out, or put it back in. I left mine out. I can look in and see the laser module now, as well as the obviously missing extractor. I like it because I don't want to pick it up in an emergency and fire a laser instead of a bullet. Unfortunately, it's not that kind of laser gun.