I just got a Colt 6920 and wondered who made a large pin 2 stage trigger.
Inexpensive and decent is fine, nothing crazy.
PS: Kinda new to AR's, LE6920 are "large pin" correct?
Congrats on your new 6920. I have a 6721 which is similar to yours except for the roll marks.
The current LE Colts are large .170 dia. FCG pins and just make sure you specify it when ordering.
The popular brands here in these forums are the JP Enterprises and the Chip McCormick triggers.
They should be available in this site's Equipment Exchange, just click the tab on top of the page.
JP website link
Chip McCormick website link
IIRC, RRA also offers a Large FCG 2-stage. I just saw one in the EE last week from a dealer for around $100-$110.
Thanks for the replies. I was in a rush to go shoot it today and couldn't find one
in my 15 min. search this morning. I've felt some RRA triggers and really liked
them, just didn't know if they made large pin .
I shot some 55gr handloads out of it [IMI and Remington FMJ and AA2230] and
the gun worked fine. Horrible trigger but function and accuracy seemed fine
at 75 yds. offhand and sitting.
So far so good.
PS: Does this gun make me look "Tacticle" ?
I REALLY like the Jewell for a 2 stage and REALLY like the JP for single stage.
The Colt "upgrade" isn't worth the difference. The KAC isn't offered for the large pins. Haven't tried the McCormick, yet.
I tried a Jard and had to send it back. I'll see how they deal with the problem and withold recommendations for now.