Timney Triggers has released a new series of competition handgun triggers called Alpha. First in line in the Timney Alpha series is a new trigger for the Glock Gen 3 and Gen 4 pistols. Timney’s trigger bar and sear are Teflon nickel treated, with a pull weight of three pounds. All stock Glock parts and springs are kept. According to Timney, the break is “crisp”, and the trigger is easy to install with no gunsmithing needed.
Here is the Product Announcement from Timney:
Phoenix, Arizona (January, 2021 — Timney Triggers, the oldest and largest trigger manufacturer in the world, also the leader of the aftermarket and OEM trigger industry, announced today their next chapter for the 75-year-old iconic brand – The Timney Alpha Competition Series of triggers for handguns.
First in the Alpha Series line-up is a replacement trigger for the Glock Generation 3 and 4 pistols.
With a factory pull weight of 3 pounds, the Timney Alpha Competition trigger answers the long call for a trigger that has the same feel and performance that matches the reliability of the Glock system by providing an improved trigger design that does not sacrifice any part of the Glock reliability.
Keeping up with Timney’s honored commitment to listening to their customers, the trigger can be installed easily with no gunsmith needed. With an MSRP of $164.99, Timney delivers at very competitive price point.
Here’s a video of the new triggers.
The new Timney Alpha fits the following Glock pistols: GEN 3 G17, G17L, G19, G22, G24, G23, G34, G35, and GEN 4 G17, G19, G22, G23, G34, G35.
The triggers have a lifetime warranty and the MRSP, in case you missed it, is $164.99.
You can find a direct link here: https://timneytriggers.com/alpha-competition-series-for-glock-gen-3-4/
What do you think of the new option from Timney? Which handgun is in most need of a trigger upgrade in your opinion?
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