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Posted: 7/24/2005 4:04:19 PM EDT
Anyone her have any experience with the RRA NM trigger tuned by White Oak Armament that ADCO sales? I have a few of the standard RRA NM Triggers and was wondering if and by how much the one Tuned by WOA is. Any input is appreciated!!! Thanks,
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 4:18:12 PM EDT
I was going to get one, but then I just tried a yellow tavern reduced power spring set. It makes an already great RRA 2-stage awesome. I haven't had any issues with light primer strikes, but I still wouldn't use it on a gun that my life depended on. If you just want it for an accurate range blaster then I'd try the spring kit for a few dollars first. You can get it from brownells.
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 4:19:24 PM EDT
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 4:26:07 PM EDT
I have two White Oak tuned RRA triggers. My impression so far is, for the money, they are a vast improvement over the standard factory trigger. I would order them in the future if I ever need another trigger assembly. The proof of their advantages will only be known after extended use. I have had 'tuned' triggers before that, after extended use, began to scare me. Every mechanical device will wear after prolonged use and one never knows how they will work after they wear. I cannot speak to the issue of future reliability, but on first use they appear to be a definite improvement.
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 5:13:18 PM EDT

Originally Posted By jwbradle:
I have two White Oak tuned RRA triggers. My impression so far is, for the money, they are a vast improvement over the standard factory trigger. I would order them in the future if I ever need another trigger assembly. The proof of their advantages will only be known after extended use. I have had 'tuned' triggers before that, after extended use, began to scare me. Every mechanical device will wear after prolonged use and one never knows how they will work after they wear. I cannot speak to the issue of future reliability, but on first use they appear to be a definite improvement.



Rock River two stage triggers have seen plenty of extended use and they do not fail. Mine is nearing the 3500 round mark problem free.
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 5:18:48 PM EDT
i have had both and the woa is smooth, crisp and worth the money over the std rra. trigger
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 5:22:15 PM EDT

Originally Posted By eklikwhoa:
i have had both and the woa is smooth, crisp and worth the money over the std rra. trigger



+1
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 5:55:29 PM EDT
Thanks for all of the input on this issue! I think I will give the WOA RRA 2-stage trigger a try.
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 5:58:14 PM EDT
Buy it. You won't regret it.
Link Posted: 7/24/2005 10:51:00 PM EDT
I had my RRA Varmint trigger tuned by WOA this spring for varmint shoots. For $35 it's kick ass. I'd get one again if i had an AR in need of a trigger.
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 2:49:23 AM EDT
Is it DCM legal?
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 3:34:36 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 3:45:55 AM EDT
Not to hijack this thread but can anybody comment on how the WOA trigger compares to the LMT version? Is there any differences in the design and what, if anything, makes the LMT worth more?

Thanks
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 4:48:13 AM EDT

Originally Posted By cgv69:
Not to hijack this thread but can anybody comment on how the WOA trigger compares to the LMT version? Is there any differences in the design and what, if anything, makes the LMT worth more?

Thanks



While I don't know what, if any, design or manufacturing differences there are between the two, I would suspect LMT's higher price is a factor of lower production numbers (supply) and their name (demand). After getting my RRA two stage tuned by White Oak, I see no need to spend more on anything else.
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 9:11:17 AM EDT

Originally Posted By bigbore:

Originally Posted By tep0583:
Is it DCM legal?



yes, 4.5lbs.



Sweet!

If I'm not mistaken, I saw you guys have them on your site. Depending on wether I get a new match rifle or not (Armalite's offering a hell of a deal at Perry), I may be in after one.

Link Posted: 7/25/2005 9:47:52 AM EDT

Originally Posted By tep0583:

Originally Posted By bigbore:

Originally Posted By tep0583:
Is it DCM legal?



yes, 4.5lbs.



Sweet!

If I'm not mistaken, I saw you guys have them on your site. Depending on wether I get a new match rifle or not (Armalite's offering a hell of a deal at Perry), I may be in after one.






adco is where i got mine
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 11:48:57 AM EDT

Originally Posted By thinman:

Originally Posted By eklikwhoa:
i have had both and the woa is smooth, crisp and worth the money over the std rra. trigger



+1



+2 an excellent trigger for the money
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 12:44:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By eklikwhoa:

Originally Posted By tep0583:

Originally Posted By bigbore:

Originally Posted By tep0583:
Is it DCM legal?



yes, 4.5lbs.



Sweet!

If I'm not mistaken, I saw you guys have them on your site. Depending on wether I get a new match rifle or not (Armalite's offering a hell of a deal at Perry), I may be in after one.






adco is where i got mine



The trigger or the rifle?
Link Posted: 7/25/2005 12:49:42 PM EDT
I have one on my lower -from ADCO -I have to say it,s the BEST trigger I have ever had

SMOOTH & CRISP
Link Posted: 7/27/2005 4:20:56 PM EDT
OK, I have placed a backorder with ADCO for the WOA RRA 2-stage trigger. I'll report back when
I get it. It could be a while I hope they get back in stock soon!
Link Posted: 7/29/2005 3:44:17 PM EDT
OK, I received an E-mail from the USPS today that ADCO has shipped my RRA/WOA 2-stage NM Trigger! I expect to have it by Wednesday of next week! I'll be at the range on Saturday August 6th and will get to test it out! I'll report back here afterwards!
Link Posted: 7/29/2005 3:50:33 PM EDT
Check Adco's site right now, they are in "buy now" status not "back order" !

So in fine fashion, I bought now!!
can't wait!

Link Posted: 8/1/2005 6:45:36 PM EDT
OK, I got the WOA RRA 2-Stage Trigger today. Of course I had to open it and install it immediately. I won’t have an opportunity to shoot with it until Saturday, but dry firing it I tend to think it is way to light of a trigger. It is a very light trigger pull, but the second stage is very crisp. I have the regular RRA NM trigger on my competition rifle and I seem to like it. The WOA trigger is much lighter to me. I will report back on Saturday and let you know what I think actually shooting with it. It may just take some getting used to.
Link Posted: 8/1/2005 7:27:36 PM EDT
Once you get use to it you will love it. I have 4 RR two stage NM triggers. Two I bought from Brownells and then had tuned by WOA to 3.5 pound pulls and two I bought directly from WOA tuned to 3.5 pound pulls. I swear you would think there would be some difference between the 4 triggers but they all feel absolutely the same and all break at exactly 3.5 pounds, just as requested. If you rush the pull on the 3.5 pound trigger you will pull right through the second stage and it will make you think you have a defect because it will feel like a long single stage, but when you take your time the stop for the second stage is there and then all it takes is a thought to fire the weapon. They are much better than the NM trigger on my Armalite A4(T) and it "ain't" bad.
Link Posted: 8/1/2005 8:48:24 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Target2:
OK, I got the WOA RRA 2-Stage Trigger today. Of course I had to open it and install it immediately. I won’t have an opportunity to shoot with it until Saturday, but dry firing it I tend to think it is way to light of a trigger. It is a very light trigger pull, but the second stage is very crisp. I have the regular RRA NM trigger on my competition rifle and I seem to like it. The WOA trigger is much lighter to me. I will report back on Saturday and let you know what I think actually shooting with it. It may just take some getting used to.



Good triggers ALWAYS feel lighter than what they are. Remember too that the total weight (1st + 2nd stage) are what matters.

If you think that is light, you should try the Jewell in my Model 70 match rifle, and it ain't as light as it can go. Yet it will take all the rapid fire bolt manipulation you can throw at it w/o accidentally releasing the sear.
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