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Thread: Trigger 4 AR15

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    Boolit Mold bad311's Avatar
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    I put a Velocity trigger in mine and absolutely love it.

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    there far from perfect but well worth the 30 bucks or so they sell them for. Basicly a milspec trigger that's been honed and cleaned up for us "NON GUNSMITHS" that wont attempt it ourselves.
    Quote Originally Posted by Electric88 View Post
    For a trigger that is a decent step up from mil-spec but not super expensive, ALG makes some solid triggers. I believe they are a sister company to Giessele, but can't recall offhand for sure.

    Never tried the PSA trigger. Maybe I'll have to give it a go.
    Soldier of God, sixgun junky, Retired electrical lineman. My office was a 100 feet in the air, closer to God the better

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    I added a CMC drop in trigger single stage 3 1/2lb to my lower, made a huge difference for me.

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    I have one AR with an ALG Combat trigger (ACT) and 2 with the PSA EPT. I like both and they feel the same to me.

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    I'm amazed at all the people posting answers without even knowing what your goals are with the new trigger. Like you said, there are a ton of different triggers available and they're all different, addressing different goals.

    Do you want to turn this into a hardcore target rifle? Do you want to keep it as a trail gun and maintain a mil-spec pull weight, but without the grittiness and slop of a bargain mil-spec? Somewhere in between?

    If you can give a little more info on your ultimate goal, then you'll probably get much better responses that aren't all over the map.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundog View Post
    Rock River National Match and Varmint are both very good 2-stage triggers - my favorites.

    I recently installed a PSA 2-stage nickel boron in a new Anderson lower. It feels really good, but has not yet been shot.
    I vote this also because i have experience with it. VERY good trigger for the money. I would put one in my bolt gun if i could. I used single stage triggers all my life. But i can't for the life of me figure out why they are not used in more applications. Such as bolt action and single shots. I love the feeling of the preload. Then the BANG when you give the slight extra squeeze. It's almost like a set trigger on a Hawkens rifle.

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