The Ghost complete spring kit provides all the springs need for you to adapt your trigger pul weights for either sport shooting or self-defense applications.
4 Lb. Firing Pin Spring
6 Lb. Firing Pin Spring
6 Lb. Trigger Spring
Reduced Power Safety Plunger Spring
Customer Ratings & Reviews
very nice upgrade to glock
Very nice and cheap upgrade for Glock for under $10. I bought this Glock spring kit without the 3.5lbs connector as I polished everything myself already. Using the springs does reduce the trigger pull by 2-2.5lbs(my trigger pull gauge is not good, so I only can tell how much it reduced, but not the exact weight it's at. :( ). The only thing, as others said in the reviews for the complete kit with 3.5lbs disconnector, is that the 4lbs striker spring does cause light strike(use factory striker spring is fine). However, in my case, it might also be the fact that I have been using the hard russian primers. I may try federal and/or cci primer to see if I can use the lighter striker spring later on. for now, I am very happy already and will order more for all my glocks. for $10, it's a no-brainer.
Excellent / Beware Light Primer Strikes
It is important to note that the Ghost Spring Kit comes with TWO Firing Pin (aka Striker) Springs: a 4# REDUCED spring and a 6# INCREASED spring. (The Glock factory original is 5#.) Combined with an Overwatch Precision Trigger, the overall trigger pull weights in my Gen4 G21 are 3.5# with the Ghost 4# spring, 4.0# with the Glock original, and 4.5# with the Ghost 6# spring. I am using the Glock Factory original firing in spring, for a trigger pull of 4.0#. (I doubt that the firearm would be reliable using the 4# Ghost Firing Pin Spring.) I had TWO failure-to-fires using new Winchester mil-spec 124 NATO cartridges in an only-slightly dirty G34 using the Ghost 4# Firing Pin Spring. The pistol had fired 600 rounds of commercial 9mm cartridges the day before and was cleaned overnight. Then I fired 300 more commercial canisters followed by 150 of the 124 NATO. There were TWO failure-to-fire/light primer strikes with the 124 NATO. The firing pin channel had no noticeable fouling. 124 NATO has hard (mil-spec) primers. I removed the 4# Ghost Firing Pin Spring and replaced it with the Glock Factory original. Trigger pull went up from a very light 2.75# to a still very acceptable 3.5#, but with the increased reliability I require in any of my firearms. (They must go "bang" with any ammunition, including milpec or foreign brands with hard primers.)
Great for the money
The Ghost spring kit great to have around in your range bag in case you need a repair. Recommend it 100% except for the trigger spring. That one seemed to make the reset sound mechanical, and laboring for the weapon, but would work in a pinch. I am already going to order another one when I place my next order. Never have enough spare parts.