The Overwatch Precision DAT v2 trigger at Omaha Outdoors is a flat faced machined trigger for the Glock pistol which is shaking up the aftermarket and making big players in the industry wonder who this new guy is. It follows on the heels of the excellent flat faced Overwatch TAC trigger which has a small indexing hook on the bottom of the shoe.
Why are Overwatch triggers for sale different than the other options on the market? Well, let’s start with the trigger bar. While almost all aftermarket Glock triggers utilize an OEM trigger bar, Overwatch Precision has theirs NP3 plated by Robar, one of the biggest names in the firearms finishing industry. This means that while the factory safety interaction with trigger bar remains at OEM levels, friction is reduced and the trigger will feel smoother even before you get to the trigger shoe modifications.
The shoe of an Overwatch Precision trigger, regardless of model, is machined in America from 7075-T6 and available in a variety of anodized and cerakoted colors, with options to offset the trigger safety color from the trigger shoe color for a little touch of class. Although installing the TAC or DAT trigger in your Glock will not change the weight of the trigger pull, it will reduce trigger reach by approximately ¼ inch and reduces pre-travel, or the amount the trigger moves before the weapon will fire, as much as possible without causing an unsafe condition. If you do wish to reduce factory trigger pull, an NP3 plated Glock 4.5-pound connector from Overwatch Precision is a great way to go.
You will find that Overwatch Precision online prices compare very favorably with those of competitors in the aftermarket, and as a direct Overwatch Precision dealer, we can say that when it comes to quality, these are some of the finest parts you can purchase for your Glock. If you like their triggers, you’ll love their new products which include sights and slide cover plates.