Welcome from New Mexico, the G2 trigger does get some getting used too. Keep shooting it mine lightened up and smoothed out somewhere around 500 rounds. Even a friend who shot it when it was new noticed it. Keep the faith and keep on shooting.
Usually useage will lighten up a tight trigger, especially with revolvers. Give it about two hundred rounds
or so and if it is still tight, maybe take a couple of coils out of the trigger spring or you should replace the
I would suggest you purchase some snap caps and dry fire the gun as much as you can stand, practicing trigger/sight control SAFELY while polishing all the bits in the trigger mechanism. The nice thing about the DA/re-strike feature of the 24/7 allows much easier dry fire since you don't have to work the slide for each shot. Cheaper and easier than live fire if not as much fun
I am working on polishing up the internals of my G2 .40 and will post details in a bit. So far just the easy stuff has been done... the stuff in the slide. Not much difference in pull yet. It is smoother though.