Trigger Group

Discussion in 'AK & SKS Discussion' started by manber, May 8, 2007.

  1. manber

    manber New Member

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    I just bought a SAR3 from a local pawn shop for super cheap because the trigger group is failing.

    What is a decent aftermarket trigger group and what all is involved in replacing it?
     
  2. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    Check the Equipment Exchange on ar15.com for two-stage trigger groups. If you can find one cheap (under $100) buy it. Otherwise, Rock River regular trigger groups run about $25. Installation isn't shouldn't be a big deal.
     

  3. BrassMonkey

    BrassMonkey New Member Supporter

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    Red Star Arms, or Tapco come to mind. Be sure to get a double hook set up not a single hook unit.
     
  4. RONSERESURPLUS

    RONSERESURPLUS New Member

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    SAR-3 Trigger Group?

    Attachcurrie


    Hello Ron L here = Seresurplus


    The Romanian serises of AK Clones is no different than many other AKs of other Origin, Trigger group parts from many other AK series of rifles should be found and substituted, what is your SAR-3 doing or Not doing, than makes you believe it's the trigger group? If you tell us that or Gop to AK-47.COM I'm sure we can recommend parts to swop out, if you get US parts as well, it helps your legality in many states? Let us know OK? I bet we can Help ya?





    RON
     
  5. dglockster

    dglockster New Member

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    SAR-3s are a unique breed of AK. Your best bet may be Red Star. As you get more into using the rifle, if you experience problems with the magazines, it may be that you do hot have Weiger mags. They are probably the only .223 mags that work reliably with the SAR-3. Century International and Copes Distributing sold Weiger mags at one time but the mags are getting hard to find and cost about double what a standard 7.62X39 mag costs.