Lone Wolf Introduces Glock Adjustable Trigger

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Lone Wolf Distributors has a history of supporting the Glock line with aftermarket accessories including barrels and other parts. The company is now selling something they are calling the Ultimate Adjustable Trigger (UAT.)

Made for the Glock line of handguns, Lone Wolf states the assembly is a “completely drop in” solution to get a fully adjustable trigger. The company claims it can eliminate all trigger take-up and over-travel.

The system is adjustable while installed in the pistol.

Currently, the company is not offering assemblies for the Glock 20, 21, 29, 30, 41 and 42 due to a shortage in parts. Kits for all other pistols, from the G17 to the G39, are being made. The MSRP is $74.95. Right now it looks like the company is offering a $25 discount on the triggers with the discount code of “UATWEB.”



Richard Johnson

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  • AUGrad06

    Saw that on their website the other day. Thinking about it. Waiting for a few reviews though.

  • Ryan Michad

    Just got one in for T&E! Looking forward to testing it out in my 35. Will be talking about it on the Handgun Radio podcast when I’m done evaluating it.

    • noob

      I am monitoring this thread.

    • Soless

      Can you verify with the adjustments maxed to eliminate take up and overtravel the striker block safety still functions properly?

      • Ryan Michad

        The way I have it set up in my 35, I don’t see it affecting the function of the striker block. I have yet to range test it, but I’ve been fooling with the adjustments all day. I’ll have more info for you when I can really spend a lot of time with it. Just installed it today.

  • KestrelBike

    This could be quite cool. Wonder how long the $50 deal is.

  • gunslinger

    i thought glocks were perfect right out of the box?

    • Nicks87

      They are. No need for goofy trigger nonsense.

  • Nicks87

    There’s nothing wrong with the factory Glock trigger. Instead of buying an aftermarket trigger maybe people should spend more time on the range practicing their fundamentals. You will have saved yourself some money and you will become a better shooter in the process.

    • jeff k

      except the factory trigger has a ton of pre travel / take-up and the reset is horrible ..oh and its 5.5lbs lmao there’s plenty wrong with the glock trigger and this replacement practically fixes all that