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Posted: 8/27/2004 7:45:51 AM EDT
Hey , how is it going ? I have a question that I'm absolutely positive has been asked and answered 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 times but I can't really find a cut and dry answer to it. What are the steps neccessary to do a trigger job on an AR? I can't afford a high speed drop in unit so it is up to me to improve the exsisting one. I'll be using it just for better accuracy . It is a Bushmaster varmint. Thanks for your help. Coondog
Link Posted: 8/27/2004 9:24:55 AM EDT
15 Minute Trigger Job

Also JP Enterprises (and others) reduced power springs do the same thing, but balance the spring force on the parts.

I did the 15 minute job years ago and used it on my IPSC limited bargain-basement gun, and it worked great, but I did upgrade to the JP springs a few months back.

Cheers, Otto
Link Posted: 8/27/2004 9:32:37 AM EDT
Hey thanks a bunch. 15 minutes is about all the time I have for just such a project. Thank you . Take care. Coondog
Link Posted: 8/27/2004 10:11:15 AM EDT
I installed the trigger spring kit from JP Enterprises, it includes easy instructions on how to polish the engagement surfaces, I am extremely pleased with this kit, it made a tremendous difference in the feel of my ARs trigger. It's available from Brownells, and they have a small item low cost shipping charge that is very reasonable.

JP Enterprises Spring Kit at Brownell's

Link Posted: 9/18/2004 11:40:50 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/18/2004 1:34:26 PM EDT
I'm with Wingman on this. JP spring kit! I tried mine out today, roughly 300 rounds. Worked GREAT!
Link Posted: 10/10/2004 9:32:24 PM EDT
I ordered my JP spring kit! Thank you all for helping me out.Take care.
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