Robar Teams with GLOCKKRAFT on Flat Face NP3 Trigger

Robar Coating Technologies, known for their NP3 and NP3 plus coatings (nickel-teflon based technologies) has teamed up with GLOCKKRAFT to offer their flat-faced Defensive Applications Trigger (D.A.T.)  in Robar’s NP3 coating. GlockKraft claims the trigger has removed the “maximum amount of pre-travel” … “without eliminating factory safeties”.

Fascinating, but the real gun in this pistol go-pedal is the NP3 coating, which will smooth out the pull and just make an aftermarket trigger that much better. Outside of this, it ticks the right boxes including aesthetics and cool-factor (just look at those hexagons!).

Those interested can pick up the trigger (on sale as of this writing) from Robar for $148.50. MSRP is $165.


Tech Specs (From Robar): 

GlockKraft D.A.T. Features:

  • CNC’ed from 6061-T6 billet Aluminum
  • 316 stainless steel assembly pins and safety spring for longevity and corrosion resistance
  • Pre-travel reduction with complete safety in mind
  • Flat Faced design for complete control and consistent finger placement
  • Shortened reset
  • Helps reduce pre-ignition push
  • Repeatable finger indexing utilizing chamfered edge
  • Flat Face Trigger Available in NP3 or Black Anodized

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • Arnold_Laine

    The hexagons on the side make me think that this trigger might be from the future.

    • Haywood

      I agree, if they had gone with octagons or polygons it would have blown the whole effect for me.

      • Anonymoose

        Everything is chrome in the future!

        • Bill

          Shiny and chrome on the road to Valhalla.

          I would have preferred tetrahedrons. And then duct-taped it to the frame of my truck.

  • Mc Cain

    A Glock is still a Glock no matter how much you gussy it up.

  • andrey kireev

    I was wondering if they also make a wider model ?

  • Andrew

    I really don’t think all these flat faced triggers for ARs and Glocks make any sense.The flat face made sense on 1911s where the trigger can go straight to the rear, however if the trigger pivots on a bar, the flat face doesn’t make any sense as your finger can drift off or to a different spot. This is why the triggers were curved to begin with… To keep it in one spot and from sliding off when pivoting back…