AR Trigger

Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by Chewdo, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. Chewdo

    Chewdo New Member

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    I'm starting to build an AR, I have a Mega stripped lower. I'm looking at an afordible trigger. I'm looking to spend about $100, whays the best? Whats the most dependable? What do you have? Any suggestions? Any help woild be apreshated, thanks!
     
  2. Sniper03

    Sniper03 Supporting Member Supporter

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    Chewdo,

    For this are of the price range there is not a better trigger in my opinion than the Rock River Arms 2 Stage National Match trigger. It is simply a drop in on all small trigger and hammer pin receivers. If you shop around or go to some gun shows you should be able to find one for $100.00 or spend a couple of dollars more on the internet. Example $114.00 on one site. It is a fine trigger for the money.

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  3. BigBizz87

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  4. Mercator

    Mercator Active Member

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    There was a large no-nonsense review of about a dozen AR15 trigger assemblies in the last issue of the Recoil magazine.
     
  5. okdonk

    okdonk New Member

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    ALG Combat trigger $65 with JP Enterprise reduced springs kit $10.
    $75 upgrade will do you much better.
     
  6. sweeper22

    sweeper22 New Member

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    If you simply want to shoot tight groups from a bench with your match-grade ammo (hunting/varminting included), the ideal triggers are going to be the $150-300 options from Timney, Geiselle, Hyperfire, etc.

    If you're chasing the above on a budget, RRA may be an excellent answer. In my experience RRA's match triggers are generally good, but a little inconsistent (lots of travel/drag in some cases).

    If you want an upgraded utility (defense/tactical/target/varmint/whatever) trigger, I'd highly recommend the ALG QMS triggers. They're mildly heavy, but crisp and clean. You'll only have to spend about $50. And they're about as close to mil-spec bomb-proof reliability as anyone could ask for. Many of the higher end $200-ish triggers have been known to break down at very inopportune moments.
     
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  7. Ibmikey

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    Spend $130 on a cmc...you will never regret it, drop in and sweet. Buy once be satisfied!