…NAMED AFTER COURAGE.
INTRODUCING THE EDGE.
FINALLY, A FLAT-FACED GLOCK-STYLE TRIGGER THAT IMPROVES PERFECTION
WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK. [fits all Glock models gen 1-4]
The Ranger Proof SWAG ‘The Edge’ Trigger is a flat faced design, made of high strength aerospace-grade aluminum with an enhanced, widened trigger safety. The RG G-1 eliminates all pre-travel found in your OEM trigger immediately breaking upon pull.
We love Glocks and we use them in our training courses. When the Glock 43 came out, we were excited about the prospect of a single stack so we put it through the paces. Being so small and snappy, the OEM trigger took its toll on the shooters fingers after hundreds of rounds on the range. This affected both accuracy and stamina and we needed something better. We looked all over for a reliable solution and couldn’t find a thing we liked. So…. we just went and made one! In our search, it turns out that what fits in the 43 also fits in all Glocks and the idea was born. We were shocked at what people are charging today for something so basic but necessary. After extensive testing of the production samples, we were convinced we wanted to bring this to you a high quality, 100% American made product that made your gun better without destroying your wallet to get there. Introducing the Ranger Proof Edge Glock Trigger made by Veterans for everyone. This trigger is what we carry everyday. We wouldn’t put it out if we would not put our own lives in its hands! We hope you like it as much as we liked developing the product to bring to you. America!
THE STORY BEHIND THE NAME
The Ranger Proof Edge Glock-Style Trigger is named after a man we look up to and admire. Ian Edge, from Tallahassee, Florida, who left behind a career in music to serve his country and joined the Army. As a combat medic with the 10th Mountain Division in 2011, Ian was on his way to render aide to a fallen soldier when he was hit by an improvised explosive device. He lost a leg above the knee, part of his hand and had severe injuries over the whole of his body. While Ian’s story with an IED is not unique in the Afghan theater, what he did afterwards was inspirational. He shuns the attention, but we couldn’t help but be moved by the dedication Ian has towards thriving despite his injuries. He returned to the stage and toured the nation as a working musician, he is raising one son with another on the way, he competes in Brazilian jiu-jitsu (read that story here) against full bodied athletes and he is studying to become a respiratory therapist. It is this humble, against all odds attitude that made naming our trigger after Ian an easy choice. It, like him, speaks for himself. CLICK HERE to watch Ian receive the hometown hero award.