I hear ya' about the work. I'm going on 2 months of working 7/12s. I need some time off and I need to buy some toys before my wife can blow all of my hard earned cash on couches or something else that I can live without.what he said ^
without knowing the primary use, it's hard to recommend one over the other. but if it is going to be used by the family, then a single stage or trigger job would suffice. even if it was going to be your go-to piece, I would recommend a single action. if it is going to be an accuracy piece/target/varmint then I would look into a good 2-stage, whether it be a RRA kit, or a drop in. I've had real good luck with the Timney drop-in trigger assemblies, and would recommend them to anyone. Either them or a Chip McCormick. If you are going to be building for true accuracy, I would look at the Geiselle or a Jewell, but they do $$$$
Good luck with the builds and keep us informed. someone around here might as well be having some fun. it sure hasn't been me lately, working too damn much. and I don't care what anyone says about the $$$'s, it doesn't do a darn bit of good if Uncle Sam is taking most of it in taxes, and whatever you come home with you can't spend anyway - no time to go out and buy anything
I hear ya. But just think how many toys you can hide in the couch.I hear ya' about the work. I'm going on 2 months of working 7/12s. I need some time off and I need to buy some toys before my wife can blow all of my hard earned cash on couches or something else that I can live without.