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Posted: 10/18/2016 8:15:25 PM EDT
I am building a SBR 22 AR with a CMMG 4.5 inch barrel and bolt with a better mag adapter.

I have been running the upper on another SBR lower but am getting the parts for its own lower while waiting on the stamp.

So far, my Geissele SD-E has worked perfect.

However, I don't know that I want to spend that much for a 22.

What have you guys been running successfully?

Thanks
Link Posted: 10/18/2016 8:39:46 PM EDT
i am using a RRA 2 stage.. for a plinker its more than good enough

brian
Link Posted: 10/18/2016 8:53:18 PM EDT

Greetings,

Due to a compatability issue with my specific .22 upper/bolt and the "G" FCGs I tried (SSA, SSA/E), I ended up using the same as "thatguy" mentioned below. It's worked out just fine. Not quite as refined as a "G" product, but not too bad at all. I have the 2 stage "NM" version. Good luck with your build!

Regards, Jim



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i am using a RRA 2 stage.. for a plinker its more than good enough

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Link Posted: 10/18/2016 11:00:03 PM EDT
+3 on the RRA NM trigger... actually, I use it in all my competition rifles... the .22lr is on a back up lower
Link Posted: 10/18/2016 11:26:44 PM EDT
I think the RRA trigger is an excellent choice, but I prefer a single stage trigger and use the POF 4.5 trigger.
Link Posted: 10/19/2016 9:53:48 AM EDT
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I run a POF 4.5 on my 9mm SBR, have any trouble with the 22?
Link Posted: 10/19/2016 12:19:15 PM EDT
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I run a POF 4.5 on my 9mm SBR, have any trouble with the 22?
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I think the RRA trigger is an excellent choice, but I prefer a single stage trigger and use the POF 4.5 trigger.



I run a POF 4.5 on my 9mm SBR, have any trouble with the 22?

None. I actually went to it after having erratic ignition problems with my Timney 3 lb trigger. After discussing my problems with Tim @Taccom, I went to a pressure plug and the POF to counter what was best described as tolerance stacking. It has been through thousands of rounds since without a problem. I also use the POF in my 9mm SBRs.
Link Posted: 10/19/2016 12:33:09 PM EDT
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None. I actually went to it after having erratic ignition problems with my Timney 3 lb trigger. After discussing my problems with Tim @Taccom, I went to a pressure plug and the POF to counter what was best described as tolerance stacking. It has been through thousands of rounds since without a problem. I also use the POF in my 9mm SBRs.
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Originally Posted By tabrams92:
Originally Posted By bluebeemer:
I think the RRA trigger is an excellent choice, but I prefer a single stage trigger and use the POF 4.5 trigger.



I run a POF 4.5 on my 9mm SBR, have any trouble with the 22?

None. I actually went to it after having erratic ignition problems with my Timney 3 lb trigger. After discussing my problems with Tim @Taccom, I went to a pressure plug and the POF to counter what was best described as tolerance stacking. It has been through thousands of rounds since without a problem. I also use the POF in my 9mm SBRs.



Thanks, I'll toss my 22 upper on my 9mm lower and see how it runs with the POF.
Link Posted: 10/19/2016 12:33:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By bluebeemer:

None. I actually went to it after having erratic ignition problems with my Timney 3 lb trigger. After discussing my problems with Tim @Taccom, I went to a pressure plug and the POF to counter what was best described as tolerance stacking. It has been through thousands of rounds since without a problem. I also use the POF in my 9mm SBRs.
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Originally Posted By tabrams92:
Originally Posted By bluebeemer:
I think the RRA trigger is an excellent choice, but I prefer a single stage trigger and use the POF 4.5 trigger.



I run a POF 4.5 on my 9mm SBR, have any trouble with the 22?

None. I actually went to it after having erratic ignition problems with my Timney 3 lb trigger. After discussing my problems with Tim @Taccom, I went to a pressure plug and the POF to counter what was best described as tolerance stacking. It has been through thousands of rounds since without a problem. I also use the POF in my 9mm SBRs.



Thanks, I'll toss my 22 upper on my 9mm lower and see how it runs with the POF.
Link Posted: 10/20/2016 7:17:16 AM EDT
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Thanks for the suggestion, I just ordered a POF 4.5 for my other .22 AR. Tried out the JMT trigger in it but as suspected, no-go with my mix of .22. So far my Spike .22 likes the Timney 308 trigger.

AIM has a great deal on POF trigger now using coupon code (you guys know where to get it from )
Link Posted: 10/23/2016 8:20:08 AM EDT
Because I run my 22 AR more than any of my other rifles I recently , switched from an RRA 2 stage, great setup which have served me well for years, to CMC 3.5 . a very noticeable upgrade and worth the money for me. That said either the RRA or the CMC are great choices.
Link Posted: 10/23/2016 10:29:25 AM EDT
I've got one of the $125 3lb Velocity triggers in mine and it works great.
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