MPN: 27322 / 27326
*The only difference between the TAC trigger and the DAT trigger is the small indexing hook on the bottom of the TAC. Otherwise they are identical in both form and function.
In the firearms game, small adjustments can make big differences. When you start talking about triggers it doesn’t take much to start a heated debate. However, there’s one thing almost universally agreed upon: Glock OEM triggers are not the best triggers. They’ve got as much feel as cold marshmallows. In fact, if your marshmallows are a little stale, they’re probably firmer than a lot of Glock’s OEM Triggers. When you’re over it, and ready to do a Glock 42 trigger upgrade, Wing Tactical offers the Glock 42 trigger kit you need. Overwatch Precision’s Glock 42 TAC Trigger is a drop-in replacement trigger and bar assembly that will change the way you feel about your Glock.
The Overwatch Precision Glock 42 trigger kit replaces your standard Glock 42 trigger, safety tab, and trigger bar. The Overwatch Trigger shoe and safety tab are precision machined from 7075 T6 aluminum for consistency and lightweight performance the Trigger is Cerekoted and the safety tab is hard coat anodized. Those two are married to an OEM Gen 3 Glock trigger bar that’s been NP3 plated. The result is a Glock 42 trigger upgrade that’s built to last.
The Overwatch trigger provides a clean break, letting you be your best on the range and in real-world application. Without the infamous Glock mush, your shooting will be more accurate and you’ll shoot with more confidence.
The Overwatch TAC Trigger sets up with shorter pretravel as well as overtravel, creating a shorter complete stroke. Even the neutral position is improved. The Glock 42 TAC trigger sits a full quarter inch further back than OEM triggers offering a more confident grasp for every shooter. While you’re shaking hands and getting reacquainted with your Glock 42, you’ll find that the TAC Trigger has one more helpful feature. The lower point of the trigger shoe is an upturned hook. This allows for more intuitive handling, allowing the shooter to use the hook for indexing, just as he might find home on a curved trigger point.