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Old 02-26-2014, 01:06 AM   #11
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I keep a survival bag ready to go incase of emergency.

Anyone else do this? What all do you keep in it?
Yea 2stage all the way. The only guns ill put a single stage in are varmiters that are never carried loaded. Just too easy to get a bump fire with a single stage, especially a light one.
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Not sure. Checked the web site - looks like SIG is not selling them separately. The idea is, a stiff pull with a crisp break. The Wilson Combat trigger group is similar but feels lighter.

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I really loved the Timney single stage 3lb and 4lb triggers until I put an SSA in my SBR (8.2" 300BLK and 10.5" .223 Wylde uppers).

I prefer the two stage SSA now.

The SSA-E might be a little light for a real CQB rifle.
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