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Ghost "Rocket" Trigger Systems for Glock and Ruger SR9 Pistols
The Ghost Rocket Trigger Connector
allows you to shorten the trigger over travel and trigger re-set on your
Glock (or Ruger SR9). These are critical improvements for achieving
Over Travel - In the first place, over-travel is
continued trigger and gun movement after the shot is ignited. This
causes off-center hits (right handers shoot to the left and left handers
shoot to the right). Trigger Re-Set - In the second place, too much
over-travel causes way too long of a trigger re-set stroke for follow-up
shots. After the first shot with either Glock or Ruger SR, the trigger
can re-set in full cocked position with very little forward movement. Shorten that movement with the
"Rocket" trigger connector
and after the first shot, your trigger will behave almost like a single action auto.
Info/Order Glock Rocket Trigger Connector $22.95
Info/Order Ruger SR9 Rocket Trigger Connector $24.95
Installing the Ghost Rocket Trigger Connector
It's a matter of replacing the factory trigger connector with the Rocket trigger connector, and then gradually shortening the trigger control tab (TCT) on the Rocket.
Disassemble, shorten, re-assemble, and test.
Repeat that process. You want to get the TCT just short enough to allow
the trigger to release the firing pin and then stop... That's the best
over-travel and re-set position.
Installation Videos from YouTube
The hardest part is learning to disassemble and re-assemble the fire control mechanism. Fortunately there
are quite a large number of how-to videos on YouTube that'll show you how other shooters have done it. We picked a few of the better ones to link here (right).
Special Tools for Glock Installations
With Glocks, you have to pull the trigger to uncock the firing pin before you can remove the slide.
The Rocket trigger connector will prevent the trigger from being pulled
all the way until it is shortened sufficiently. So, you need a way to
release the firing pin so that you can get the gun apart while you are
gradually shortening the TCT. We have a temporary slide plate
(orange colored) that has an open bottom. The open bottom allows you to
reach in and release the firing pin without having to pull the trigger.
When you're done, you re-install the original black
slide plate. (see video)