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Old 04-17-2011, 01:19 AM   #11
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Darren, glad I saw this thread, here's what I'm going to get for my 458:

Rainier Arms, Mega Tactical Trigger

Watch the vid.

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Old 04-17-2011, 06:46 AM   #12
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Darren, glad I saw this thread, here's what I'm going to get for my 458:

Rainier Arms, Mega Tactical Trigger

Watch the vid.
No why did you have to go and post that? Hmmmm, let me ponder this dilemma a little more ..... thanks Cane


BTW, are you bringing MAGNUM PIG to the meet and greet?
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Single stage is the way to go, wish I had Canes bank roll to buy the one he suggested. IMHO that is a lot of coin for a trigger, all the same if I could I would.

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A worked over milspec trigger from Bill Springfield that uses a JP spring set is a good option for a single stage that won't break the bank. I'm very pleased with the one in my LR308.
1+ Just got my lower finished with a Bill Springfield LPK w/3# trigger and it feels great. Haven't taken it to the range yet. $ wise, to me it was a good deal.
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I have a Jard trigger in 1 of my ARs and a Chip McCormick in my other. I can HIGHLY recommend the Jard. It breaks very crisp at about 1.5#. It's been 100% reliable at that weight too. I'd recommend you get at least a 3# for yours though.

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