Spike's Battle Trigger
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Pros: Consistant 5.5lb trigger pull (sample of 2); Fairly clean creep; No worries about doubles or drop fires, has lots of safety catch engagement
Cons: Not a $200.00 Geissele; Requires good shooter follow through for > 300 yard shots
†I shoot against guys using Geissele (3.5lb) triggers all the time in 3Gun and have installed a few for customers, but for my carbines this trigger from Spikes is what I use. †It cleans up the MILSPEC and provides a smoother, lighter and consistent pull without having to do any finish work on the installers end.
The case hardening (Boron) ensures it will last and provides a slick interface.
If you are using a 5.56 past 300 yards on a regular basis (shouldn't you be shooting .308?) ten I can see paying 4X the amount for a trigger, but for a carbine this is more than enough.
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