I can't shoot a Glock well either. Found this out when I bought a model 23. I already knew I couldn't shoot little guns like J frame Smiths well. But these are too small for my hand and if I use any part of the first digit on the trigger I just can't pull the trigger straight back. I shoot snubby versions of standard medium frame metal revolvers well. So it wasn't sight radius. Ultimately I figured out that weight is a big factor for me. There is an almost imperceptible tremor in my arms when I extend them holding a light gun like any Glock and many other full size but plastic or alloy guns. A heavier gun stabilizes and cancels that tremor. I need a gun to be at least about 32 oz for me to shoot it well.NO tools. 1911
I can not shoot a Glock. More specifically I can not shoot a Glock consistently or well.
I never did find out just what it was that kept me from making the adjustment so I'm going to put it fully on me and not the Glock. I don't think it's the trigger because I'm a bit of a dinosaur. I have extensive double action revolver experience.
Maybe if they make it heavier and in a different color?