Apex Releases New Action Enhancement Kit For Glocks

Apex has become reasonably well known for providing quality triggers for the Smith & Wesson M&P series of pistols. In an effort to serve as many customers as they can at a reasonable price, Apex has introduced the new Action Enhancement kit for Glock pistols. The price point is rather attractive at an MSRP of $129.95, right around the same money some of the other guys are asking for just a trigger.

The Apex Action Enhancement kit is going to include not only the trigger and trigger safety, but also a Gen 3 trigger bar, a disconnector, and a safety plunger. The combination of parts appears to be just what the Glock doctor ordered to improve the factory trigger.

With highly modified Glocks with flat triggers becoming more popular, the Apex Action Enhancement kit is a much more affordable option for those looking to dress their combat lego up a but as well as improve the trigger.

You can check the Action Enhancement Kit out on the Apex Tactical website HERE, as stated previously, the MSRP is $129.95 and is available now.


  • Bub

    Generally the only replacement part I add to a Glock is a factory minus connector. That typically gets it about where I like it, however this kit looks interesting. Reliability is always something you don’t want to give up. If these parts get you a cleaner trigger without giving up reliability I’m in. I have a G19 that’s came with a poorer trigger than on most of my other Glocks, this might be something to play around with.

    • Andrew

      Same, my g19’s trigger is real gritty. I will probably try getting it polished by a smith first.

      • Risky

        Really simple to polish yourself if you have a rotary tool like a dremel.

        • Derrick Delgado

          I took the time to polish every milimeter of my G19’s trigger bar, plunger, etc. to a mirror like finish using Mother’s polish, and noticed absolutely ZERO improvement. Not sure why it wasn’t great, or if I was just
          expecting too much.

  • Brian

    Is this different than the one released last year?

    • Harry’s Holsters

      Kit vs just the trigger or trigger and bar.

  • Reef Blastbody

    *sigh* No love for the large frame. I have a G21 and G20 that I’d love to try one on.

    • Harry’s Holsters

      Economics. They probably will sell more if they come out with a 43 version vs all the large frame glocks.

  • gte

    Connecter Not disconnecter…..

    • Patrick R. – Senior Writer

      Thou shall not blog while sleep deprived.

      • gte


  • Harry’s Holsters

    I’m glad to see all these quality triggers coming out. I’d like more information on the connector. If is still give that wonderful glock wall I’d be interested.

    I tend to shoot guns with stock connectors better.

  • thedonn007

    Does this just smooth out the trigger pull or is there a reduction in pull weight and travel as well?

  • MrBrassporkchop

    But I was led to believe Glocks were perfect. Why must they be enhanced?

    • DonDrapersAcidTrip

      I must have missed where it said this was mandatory

  • SerArthurDayne

    I love Glock perfection and everything about Glock perfection…. Except the trigger. And when I say that , it’s not so much the “trigger pull” I hate… I hate the actual feel of the trigger. I joke with my old man, who carried Glock on the job for decades and is a believer in how wonderful they shoot, that I love everything about my Glocks except shooting them. I just can’t like the feel of the G23 and G27 serrated , bladed trigger digging into my finger — and it’s not exactly comfortable when dry-firing. Add the .40 round. Shoot , add the 165gr hotness or worst yet those ultra hot 135gr Federal hollow pointed rocketrounds of .40 artillery and it’s just not fun to squeeze the Glock trigger. Fortunately I’m not actually as much as a babydork as I sound and i just deal with it. But it makes me not enjoy shooting my carry guns nearly as much as a 1911 or even the Shield I had . This kit from Apex is very tempting and while not dirt cheap , its certainly a fair price for their excellent reputation and huge upgrade on a Glock . Just my throw away shots. Your mileage and tire tread wear may vary.

    • USMC03Vet

      One of these days I’m going to have to try one of these fancy triggers because triggers feel the same to me with the only notice or difference being pull lenght and weight required. I don’t feel I’ve shot anything before and felt that my accuracy was affected negatively because of the trigger rather than some other factor.

      • SerArthurDayne

        Fair enough brother, listen, I don’t have all fancy triggers – so don’t get me wrong. I do have a variety of firearms with a variety of trigger styles… and as I said, I love Glock pistols but hate their triggers– that does not stop me from carrying them. I had a S&W M&P Shield, which S&W worked hard on the trigger to give it a great factory trigger, and when it was a huge success, they decided to make plans to use that trigger on future M&P-regulars. The Shield trigger is not bladed like Glocks, which is obviously more comfortable, but feels great to shoot also. Now Apex makes a trigger for it, I didn’t understand the need, it already has a great trigger- but Glocks in my humble opinion do not, so why bother? I also have a Rock Island Armory 1911 which has a great trigger IMHO and much much nicer than a $500 gun should have. …. There are surely better guns and better triggers, but it’s pretty good for my purposes. I believe in certain upgrades in certain situations, but I’m not rich, can’t have a lot, have to save and pick my “shot” so to speak.

  • Ben

    Will this work for gen 4s

  • John

    “Nein, Pistol Est Gut.”

  • gte