I'd like to know how much the trigger moves back before a bullet is fired on an AR . Is it approximately the same thing on other assault rifles ?
This is what I mean :
HMMM......I don't know the answer, but I'm curious as to why this is important enough to ask?
From a common sense standpoint, the dimension you seek (the point of "break" when hammer releases from sear?) will vary a bit from trigger group to trigger group, and maker to maker. Aftermarket, improved, or "worked" triggers add to the variables.
And again, why do we care?
#1 an AR-15 is NOT an assault rifle. The "AR stands for Armalite, the designing company.
#2 Trigger pulls are not measured in inches, they are measured in pounds and ounces. A typical AR-15 will have a trigger weight of 4 - 8 pounds.
This kind of question for a first post raises everyones red flags. Sounds like a question from an anti-gun troll or civil attorney.
In either case I am closing this thread down. If you want to introduce yourself and participate in the discussions here, you can gain some credibility and ask such questions in the future.
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