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Old 10-05-2012, 05:24 AM   #1
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Default Need for target trigger on Colt AR15 Match Target Model CR6724?

Am getting a Colt "äccurized" AR15 Match Target Model CR6724, will be shooting for accuracy at 200 yds. Have heard very little about any need to replace the trigger with a match or target trigger.

Interested in any/all experience or ideas regarding this matter as I believe "light trigger pull" is essential to accuracy.

If suggesting a replacement then which do you suggest, etc.

Thanks in advance,
Wizzzard



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Old 10-05-2012, 05:38 AM   #2
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Default foot pounds required ...

What is the foot pound needed for the stock trigger? How far can it be reduced?



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Honestly, shoot the stock trigger, when u outshoot it or if the trigger hampers your potential then upgrade it. I don't think you should upgrade before even shooting it. It may be just right for you. Try shooting a few hundred roundsc, then think abut it then.

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Honestly, shoot the stock trigger, when u outshoot it or if the trigger hampers your potential then upgrade it. I don't think you should upgrade before even shooting it. It may be just right for you. Try shooting a few hundred roundsc, then think abut it then.
Yeah, sometimes the setup is just right straight out of the box. The money you might save can go to more ammo.
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If you feel the need giessle trigger is the best get it in 2-stage and you will love it 279.00 or go with a rock river 2-stage best for the money little over 100.00 you will love the 2-stage trigger first stage is around 3lb then last stage is 1.5lb so total trigger is 4.5lbs but feels like a 1.5 lb and will make wieght in competition



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