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doom-trooper 11-19-2012 07:35 PM

stock trigger on ww15 blows
 
Ok, put 250 rounds through my Windham Weaponry and decided an upgraded trigger is my next purchase. I'm thinking a 2 stage would be nice, not wanting to spend more then $200. Any suggestions?

rhyno13 11-19-2012 07:38 PM

I would suggest a single stage 3.5lb pull CMC trigger. I have one in my AR and I love it. and you can get them for under $200

purehavoc 11-19-2012 08:51 PM

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Originally Posted by doom-trooper (Post 1020134)
Ok, put 250 rounds through my Windham Weaponry and decided an upgraded trigger is my next purchase. I'm thinking a 2 stage would be nice, not wanting to spend more then $200. Any suggestions?

have you ever shot a 2 stage trigger before ? are you planning on using this for a bench gun ? if you answer any of the above as a no I dont suggest a 2 stage.
I suggest a single geissele trigger most of those run in the $179-$220 range and you can get 5% off at joebobs , that will get you under the $200 range and you will have one damn fine trigger ;) They also make a mil spec version thats basically cleaned up with a tad shorter pull , very nice and those run in the $49-$70 price range

AgentTikki 11-19-2012 09:31 PM

Intended use?
Desired pull#?

doom-trooper 11-19-2012 10:06 PM

Major initial role of my msr is pleasure, lol. I've noticed the cmc triggers. My friend has a rra w/ 2 stage. It was enjoyable. But a crisp, light single stage would be nice also.

jjfuller1 11-19-2012 10:28 PM

i love my RRA 2 stage. butif you intend on any fast moving or competition i feel its a bit sensitive. ive fired quick fast shots with mine and couldnt believe just how little i had to reset my finger and squeeze again.. i think it would be to sensitive for moving, or fast shooting compititions.. but for target, fun, and hunting its awesome and very affordable.

doom-trooper 11-20-2012 04:15 PM

I want to be able to do double and triple taps with ease. Not thinking a 2 stage trigger would be what I want.

canebrake 11-20-2012 04:29 PM

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ZeusEcho 11-20-2012 04:30 PM

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Originally Posted by jjfuller1 (Post 1020360)
i love my RRA 2 stage. butif you intend on any fast moving or competition i feel its a bit sensitive. ive fired quick fast shots with mine and couldnt believe just how little i had to reset my finger and squeeze again.. i think it would be to sensitive for moving, or fast shooting compititions.. but for target, fun, and hunting its awesome and very affordable.

I'm confused...isn't that exactly what 2 stage trigger is for? quick reset and follow ups?

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Originally Posted by doom-trooper (Post 1021383)
I want to be able to do double and triple taps with ease. Not thinking a 2 stage trigger would be what I want.

I don't think you'd even notice it was two stage for double/triple taps.


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