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Allday 02-04-2013 03:12 PM

Trigger Question
 
I have a Sig AR15 and it has a very hard trigger. Can the trigger be adjusted? If anyone has info on this I would like to hear. Thanks

NCcrimedog 02-04-2013 03:20 PM

It can be adjusted, a current better option to me is replacement trigger/fire control . Such as timney or Gisselle , Rock river arms. I would have a gunsmith install them unless you are comfortable with doing it yourself. The mil spec trigger parts are surfaced hardened and you really need to know what you are doing if you decide to adjust your current trigger pull.

Allday 02-04-2013 03:32 PM

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Originally Posted by NCcrimedog (Post 1123479)
It can be adjusted, a current better option to me is replacement trigger/fire control . Such as timney or Gisselle , Rock river arms. I would have a gunsmith install them unless you are comfortable with doing it yourself. The mil spec trigger parts are surfaced hardened and you really need to know what you are doing if you decide to adjust your current trigger pull.

Thanks do you have the web sites

Allday 02-04-2013 03:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Allday (Post 1123499)
Thanks do you have the web sites

Found them Thanks

Allday 02-04-2013 04:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Allday (Post 1123516)
Found them Thanks

Those are nice but I am still wondering it the orignal trigger can be adjusted. If anyone has done this I would like a little info. Thanks

danf_fl 02-04-2013 06:14 PM

With the hardness on the surface of the original pieces, I would not attempt to adjust if I were not totally familiar with them.

Some things are better left to a gunsmith, and the trigger group is not an area to try experiments.

NCcrimedog 02-04-2013 07:19 PM

I agree with him, I can plug in new parts, but stoning and what not the sear is beyond any thing I can do. Go see a gunsmith, they are good people and normally are very reasonable with their prices. Support you local gun mechanic!

HOSSFLY 02-06-2013 01:05 PM

Best i've ever used--
http://www.triggerwork.net/1022.html


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