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aftermarket drop in trigger

Discussion in 'GATE AR-15 Forum' started by SILVERBACK32, Mar 20, 2010.


  1. SILVERBACK32

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    I am considering a drop in trigger for my bushmaster. I want the trigger to be smooth and crisp but rugged and reliable. I am not looking for a match gun, just a good one stage non adjustable upgrade. I will use this rifle for SD .Any advice
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  2. Constructor

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    With the AR there are only 2 pins holding the trigger and hammer so they are all kind of "drop in", very easy to install. I am not a big fan of the enclosed 1 piece trigger assemblies, many seem to have a light spring pressure which may not set off the hard mil-spec primers. Check out Mr Springfield here http://www.triggerwork.net/ he does very good work and inexpensive compared to the other after market triggers.
    2 stage triggers are another game, IMO Geissele is king and very smooth with a clean break compared to the rest, the price will comfirm it is the best trigger on the market.
    RRA, Armalite and WOA 2 stages all have pretty much the same design, decent 2 stage triggers that aren't too expensive.
     

  3. RainierArms

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    The Timney is a nice single stage trigger. They have several models to choose from. 3 or 4 pound, solid or skeletonized.

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    My new personal favorite is the Wilson combat trigger

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  4. SILVERBACK32

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    Thanks for the info.