Trigger assy. for an AR-15

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Trigger assy. for an AR-15

Post by RichBirdHunter on Sun Jul 31, 2011 12:22 pm

I got my Rock River AR-15 223/556 stripped lower and I need to get a trigger assy. for it. Whats good, whats bad?
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Post by XbonesX on Sun Jul 31, 2011 3:19 pm

do you mean trigger assembly or lower parts kit? most LPK's are made by the same companies who sell em to the big names, who might add 1 or 2 parts of their own, typically a hammer and/or trigger.

I'd go with Stag or a RRA, probably single stage unless you like 2 stage. The Stag or DPMS will probably be the cheaper ones in price. I put the Timney 3# trigger in mine but you woud still need the LPK to finish the rest of the lower.

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Post by RemMan700 on Sun Jul 31, 2011 8:25 pm

I have both a RRA NM two stage and a DPMS. The DPMS is not very good at all and the RRA is pretty dang nice.
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Post by oneeyedmac on Mon Aug 15, 2011 1:23 pm

Hi Guys, new here but an old man....

I've used the Timney skeletonized trigger which was nice as well as the Jard 2 pound non-adjustable trigger which was very nice. I'm not positive I'd want either of those in a field rifle though, the rifles I used them in were a customer's and a target rifle of mine.

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Post by Daywalker on Mon Aug 15, 2011 2:05 pm

Welcome to the forum oneeyedmac!!! Glad to have you......

What is the downfall of having those triggers in a field rifle? Thanks in advance...

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Post by hawcer on Mon Aug 15, 2011 2:26 pm

Daywalker wrote:Welcome to the forum oneeyedmac!!! Glad to have you......

What is the downfall of having those triggers in a field rifle? Thanks in advance...

Accidental discharge!

...that is unless adjusted to a higher pull weight.

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Post by Daywalker on Mon Aug 15, 2011 3:39 pm

ah........ ok, actually thinking on it, with the lighter trigger..... should have known since I don't take my Rem700 out in the field much anymore being one of the reason I messed the stock and the other reason the trigger on it is way to light for me I am afraid a twig or a dust ball blown will set it off lol.....

Hopefully tho I have another trigger coming soon to fix this problem...

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