Strike Industries serves up new flat trigger for Glock (VIDEO)

Strike Industries adds a new flat face trigger for Glock users looking to trick out and spice up their favorite polymer pistol. The new Glock Improved Flat Trigger is designed to boost the comfort and feel of the Glock with the flat billet aluminum trigger.

Using a solid aluminum construction, according to Strike Industries, the new Improved Flat Trigger reduces flex while providing for a crisper feel and more positive feedback. Overall, the company says the trigger’s construction offers Glock fanboys and fangirls better consistency than the factory trigger.

Strike Industries offers Glock users a new flat trigger with some pizazz. (Photo: Strike Industries)

“More than just an attractive alternative, the geometry of the trigger facilitates optimum finger placement and breaking angle,” Strike Industries said in a statement on its site.

The Improved Flat Trigger is compatible with the following Gen. 1 through 4 Glock models: 17, 17L, 19, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35.

Strike Industries offers four total trigger colors to add a little flavor and style to the Glock, bringing blue, FDE and red as well as a black option to the table. The triggers are available through Strike Industries with the black model retailing at $44.95 and the colored options coming in slightly higher at $46.95.

The new triggers come in four different colors. (Photo: Strike Industries)

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