Caliber Dynamics Unveils Tomahawk Trigger for Glock Pistols

posted on November 26, 2016
The new Tomahawk Trigger from Caliber Dynamics is designed to improve comfort and performance in the operation of Glock handguns while standing up to the rigors of law enforcement, military and competition use.

“Through all my years as a special forces operator, I quickly saw the need for a trigger that could provide increased feel, accuracy, adjustability and durability,” said Dave VanDriel, CEO of Caliber Dynamics. “We’ve accomplished that with the Tomahawk Trigger. Caliber Dynamics' goal is to design and manufacture superior-grade firearm components that will withstand years of use and abuse.”

The drop-in trigger assembly is CNC-machined from T6-grade aluminum and is built with tight tolerances to improve travel and performance. The assembly is designed with a wide trigger face to improve shooter comfort and accuracy.

The trigger is fully adjustable and features a polished stock trigger bar to improve split times and reduce trigger travel and friction. A hard-coat-anodized finish improves wear resistance and durability. The Tomahawk Trigger retains all factory Glock safety functions.

The trigger is available for all models and all generations of Glock handguns in 9 mm, .40 S&W, .357 SIG, .45 ACP and 10 mm. There are also models available for Glock's G42 and G43 pocket models. Suggested retail price on the Tomahawk Trigger is $149.95.


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