QUOTE (imphranki @ Sep 15 2008, 04:24 PM)
edenicity - The trigger safety has 2 things, it adds middle bar to the trigger and there's a little nub that touches the frame. When the middle bar is pressed, the nub moves up and away from the frame, allowing you to fire the gun. If you try to pull the trigger from the side (without touching the middle bar), you shouldn't be able to because the nub is pushing against the frame.
To me, the trigger safety is more for aesthetics because I store my guns with the hammer down and uncocked. I can't honestly give you a number because after a year or couple of years depending on how well you take care of your gun, the nub might not stick to the frame. The whole KSC/KWA safety is made of plastic, unlike the real Glock, which has a spring in the trigger.
Flipz - Yea, just be careful not to lose the little pin. Try to work in an area that if you drop it, you can still find it.
I want it more for aesthetics also. And yea after replacing the inner barrel I know all about working with little pins. I use my desk and take large sheets of paper taped together with the ends curled up so nothing can roll off the desk if I drop something.
I will be doing the trigger safety installation and also ordering a trademarked slide. At first I didnt really care about a trademarked slide but now I want one. So after both of those additions it will look more like a real Glock except for the frame not having trademarks and patent numbers or whatever, which I really don't care about.
Thanks for the tip about keeping everything in place and just installing the trigger saftey through the frame. I really didnt want to remove the entire assembly and have to reinstall the springs.
I'll let you guys know how it turms out once I get all the parts delivered and installed.