Excellent 2 stage triggers for your black rifle

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Gunnyhiway
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Excellent 2 stage triggers for your black rifle

Post by Gunnyhiway » Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:52 am

I don't know how many of you folks shoot competition with standard ARs but after using a friends at the range last week this is what he used in his.

2 stage triggers are IMO the best ones for target work, singles not so much. Singles are good for fast firing with less precision aiming.

https://www.larue.com/products/larue-ta ... s-trigger/

I've used the RRA match triggers, ALG ACT single stage and a Geiselle 2 stage and I thought they were the cats meow until I tried this one.
The Geiselle was the most expensive and worked the best but the Lurue is a bit better IMO , the price is what turned my opinion around along with the excellent feel and break points.
Anyways mines ordered and for $87.00 they are a definate steal.

I have no association with this company and receive no compensation, I'm just sharing some good info on a product that I have used and does work very well.

Of course YMMV depending on skill level :mrgreen:
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Post by Arkhangel5 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:15 pm

i will second the Gunny's opinion.

I have one in my 6.5Creedmoor gasser. Makes it easy to make shots out to 1000yds.

Very crisp and repeatable break.

I have almost 500 rounds down range on this trigger. No complaints.

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Post by TACC » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:42 pm

I agree with what you discovered.

I have them in my work guns. But still like the Geiselle in my bench guns.

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Post by Flashooter22 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:14 am

I also concur, I run these in all my ARs except one which has a Geissle and they are as good, if not better then the G trigger which cost more than twice as much.

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Post by Citrusdude » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:41 pm

I also have both, and find them about the same. Larue is a stand up company. I purchased a MBT trigger when they first came out. Price was about the same as a Geissele. Low a behold about 2-3 months ago I get a package in the mail from Larue with a free MBT trigger in it. As an early adopter and paying the higher price, they just sent me one for free. Must have been feeling guilty for charging too much to begin with. :D

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Post by Lastrites » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:10 pm

One of the very best bangs for the buck, have a couple and turned several friends onto them who also bought several each.

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Post by Gunnyhiway » Sat Jan 26, 2019 5:04 pm

I ordered one and the next day received an email and was told:
"The status of order # xxxxxxx has been changed to "Back Ordered". Items are in production with a 3-4 week lead time."

Pretty damn convenient I'd say, charge my CC then text me the part is back ordered for 3-4 weeks. :evil:

I wrote back:
"3-4 weeks lead time ? What exactly does that mean ?
Will you ship in that time or will you begin building the part in 3-4 weeks?
When I ordered the part online your website said nothing about being backordered."

I don't care how good their product is this is a shit way to do business IMO and still no reply from them. :evil: :evil:
I called and the phone message stated they were all at a SHOT show all week but would return next week.
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Post by Clyde621 » Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:28 pm

Have you heard from them yet Gunny?

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Post by hurricanecharlie » Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:31 am

Rock River. Decent price and several weights available and also haqrd chrome plated.

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