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Posted: 6/6/2008 6:57:42 AM EDT
I currently have three ARs, and looking to build a couple more.  Two of my lowers are Rock River lowers with their two-stage trigger that I used to build my 6.5 Grendels.   My third AR has a Stag lower with their standard trigger.  I used this one for my .50 beowulf entry rifle.

My question is, if you are building CQB AR-15s with 1X Aimpoint optics, would you just use a standard trigger since long range accuracy isn't such a concern, or do you still build all your guns with a clean breaking two-stage trigger?  

I wanted your input before I build my last two riffles for this year.  The two-stage triggers cost about $100 more per lower, so I wasn't sure if it was worth the extra money, or if I should keep buying the two-stage for every AR regardless of what it is used for.

Thanks for your help.
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