While the Tomahawk trigger has a flat profile (left) compared to the factory trigger (right), they both have similar widths and built-in safety toggle levers.
It only took a few minutes to install the Tomahawk trigger, and Caliber Dynamics offers clear, easy-to-follow instructions with each kit.
The Tomahawk’s pre-travel adjustment screw is located in the front of the trigger.
Caliber Dynamics offers replacement spring kits.
Caliber Dynamics designed the Tomahawk with a flat face to provide for a superior finger-to-trigger fit, resulting in a crisp, highly predictable pull.
Whether shooting man-sized steel silhouettes or paper, the Caliber Dynamics Tomahawk Trigger functioned very well and proved to be a huge improvement over the factory trigger.
Editor’s Note: Watch the instructional video below of the author installing the Caliber Dynamics Tomahawk trigger kit in his Glock 17 9mm.
I’m not sure why firearms manufacturers have such a difficult time developing triggers that possess the traits that we as shooters are constantly seeking. We want triggers that don’t have a great deal of slop, creep, pre-travel or overtravel; instead, they should offer a smooth pull that helps us all become more accurate shooters. Unfortunately, these latter traits seem to be severely lacking in many new firearms being made today. But there is good news on the horizon if you are a Glock owner. A new, all-veteran-owned American company by the name of Caliber Dynamics has developed a great new drop-in trigger called the Tomahawk that is fairly easy to install and capable of virtually eliminating all of those undesirable traits.
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For more on Caliber Dynamics, visit caliberdynamics.com.
This article was originally published in “Combat Handguns” July/August 2017. To order a copy, visit outdoorgroupstore.com.
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