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Old 01-15-2010, 10:24 PM   #1
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Do I need a 2 stage trigger?

For the SOCOM.

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Do I need a 2 stage trigger?

For the SOCOM.
If you are shooting distance, at small targets, I would have to say yes. And that is a good price on that trigger.

If you are shooting less than 100 yards, or shooting across the street in the sandbox, not so much.

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I paid $119.00 for 2-stage 4 lb. trigger with lower parts kit from Springfield. Pretty good deal.

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How would this compare to other 2 stage triggers? Quality wise...

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My research tells me Bill Springfield does good work and I spoke to him on the phone personally. My opinion is that, if someone takes the time to talk to customers personally, it speaks volumes.

Plus, with the Slowryde45 seal of approval, how can you go wrong?

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Are you building the lower? If so, I think that is up to you. RRA does put a 2-stage in their lower on their 458.

I think it all depends on what type of shooting you'll be doing with it. If you are thinking it will be for quick shots/varmints/BG's/Zombies, where you won't be taking the time to set up for the shot, but more like swinging the red dot onto target, then I would probably go with the guy I've been recommending all along, Bill Springfield, and a #3 or #4 lb single stage. Bill Springfield - www.TriggerWork.net

But if you think you'd like to set up for the shot, using multi-power optics for hunting whatever game you seek, taking the time to dial in the shot, control your breathing, and squeeze through the trigger, then the 2-stage would be for you.

Note: - if you are going to be building the lower, Springfield has a lower parts kit with one of his trigger assemblies in the kit.

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What's the link for Bill Springfield?

And I could use some suggestions for the remainder of the lower parts.
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Thanks for the information slow, I'm going to need parts for my lower here in a little while.

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I paid $119.00 for 2-stage 4 lb. trigger with lower parts kit from Springfield. Pretty good deal.
I didn't see a 2 stage trigger on his site, got a link?
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