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Old 12-28-2012, 02:05 PM   #1
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Anyone know where to get a standard ar-trigger assembly? I'm not looking or anything special. Just a standard trigger. I can get all the parts for the lower except the trigger. Anyone might have one they want to get rid of that they replaced with an upgraded trigger? Moneys tight and I can't justify a $200.00 trigger assembly

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I looked but they didn't have the assembly. They had the parts, but my question is it says Lr-308. Does that specify caliber? Or is it useable in any ar??

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I looked but they didn't have the assembly. They had the parts, but my question is it says Lr-308. Does that specify caliber? Or is it useable in any ar??
LR 308 is the model for an AR10, .308 caliber rifle. Not sure if the AR15 and AR10 trigger parts are compatible.
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Anyone know where to get a standard ar-trigger assembly? I'm not looking or anything special. Just a standard trigger. I can get all the parts for the lower except the trigger. Anyone might have one they want to get rid of that they replaced with an upgraded trigger? Moneys tight and I can't justify a $200.00 trigger assembly
JoeBobs has a DPMS LPK right now for $60...you get more than the trigger but backup lower parts are not a bad thing. Better move quickly though...



http://www.joeboboutfitters.com/DPMS_Lower_Parts_Kit_LRPK1_p/dpms-lrpk1.htm
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If you just want a good milspec gi trigger go for an ALG QMS $45 trigger.

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Just get an ALG QMS $45 trigger aasembly. Its a standard milspec gi trigger.

I believe brownell's sells just the milspec trigger, as does riflegear.

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I may have an extra RRA parts kit trigger/hammer assembly PM me ill part with it for $10 plus shipping cost (prob just mail it in a bubble envelope) do you need the hammer pins and trigger pins too? I can't find extra pins.

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Anyone know where to get a standard ar-trigger assembly? I'm not looking or anything special. Just a standard trigger. I can get all the parts for the lower except the trigger. Anyone might have one they want to get rid of that they replaced with an upgraded trigger? Moneys tight and I can't justify a $200.00 trigger assembly
Your mailbox was full so i couldn't contact you PM, I couldn't make it yesterday so it will go out this afternoon or tomorrow morning 100%. If I get off work in time today or I will send it tomorrow morning.
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Heading to the post office now. your mailbox was still full but I wanted to keep you up to date on the status. You should receive it in a couple days.

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