Just received my new trigger job from Charlie Vanek all I can is that it has exceeded all my expectations. The G35 that he worked on originally had a Top Fuel trigger from Custom Glock I decided to try his trigger based on thread that I had read on GlockTalk and Brian Enos websites. If I was to compare the performance of these triggers to WW2 aircraft the Top Fuel Trigger would be a P51 Mustang which was an impressive aircraft (piston engine) but Vanek’s trigger would be an ME262 Swallow (jet propulsion) a day a night difference from a performance standpoint.
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April 26, 2003, 07:28 AM
Hope it has a longer Mean Time Between Failures than the ME262.
April 26, 2003, 09:41 AM
Last night I fired approximately 600 rounds at a local range and I experienced no problems. While I know that the number of rounds fired is low over the course of the next few days I will be putting somewhere between 2000 to 3000 more rounds through it. Also this has been the first Glock trigger job that I have had done that will consistently set off small rifle primers.
For those who might be interested, Charlie Vanek's email address is email@example.com (He has informed me by email that it's ok to post his email address). As far as the price for the trigger is concerned I was charged $175.00 which if you ask me is peanuts for what you’re getting.
You also brought up a good point on MTBF of the original Jumo 4 engine. In case you didnt know there is a new ME262 that has a longer MTBF than the original. Here's a couple of links that describe the plane.