You mean put the P80 parts in the Glock 19? Not yet. I'm about to head to the range to run the P80 parts in the P80 build. I'm bringing the G19, as well... in case the P80 craps out, I'll still have something to shoot. But, even if the P80 holds, which I think it will... I want to shoot the stock G19 a bit anyway.Have you done the Glock 19 parts swap out yet?
Installing the Black Yikes connector did wonders for the OEM Poly 80 trigger. Still want to run about 300 more rds thru it to see if I want to install the TImney trigger. Ohhh I want to, just looking at $150 more into the gun makes me cringe a little, but I have restrained myself rather well in the build.Range report... I haven't processed target photos. But, here's a short summary.
The G34 ran flawlessly again with the P80 parts. Not a single failure of any kind.
That said, I'm not shooting it for **** in the accuracy or precision departments.
I will say the P80 trigger is not as crisp or light as my stock Glock 19, which I also shot today for comparison. I shot the G19 more precisely than the G34.
I'd chalk my lack of accuracy and precision with the G34 to multiple factors... the shooter (of course), the trigger, and the sights. All of which suck to some degree!
I've got an OEM trigger and trigger housing on the way. That may help a bit. But, I also need some better sights (than what came with the ZP slide). And, eventually a trigger that's even better than the OEM trigger.
I HOPE those are the issues factoring into the lack of precision / accuracy. I hope it's NOT the ZP barrel. I'll eliminate the various variable causes one at a time.