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Posted: 1/15/2006 6:23:56 AM EDT


Good ideal? Does it effect reliability? Will the sear block have to be cut out?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 7:21:54 AM EDT

Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Good ideal? Does it effect reliability? Will the sear block have to be cut out?



Dunno, we need some more details. What type of ar15, what type of shooting you going to do, how much it cost, how long is the turn-around time? Etc?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 7:32:21 AM EDT

Originally Posted By chromeluv:

Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Good ideal? Does it effect reliability? Will the sear block have to be cut out?



Dunno, we need some more details. What type of ar15, what type of shooting you going to do, how much it cost, how long is the turn-around time? Etc?



It's a Bushmaster M4gery. Defensive shooting/training. Price is around $170+shipping. Turn around time, don't know.

Wilson's rifles come from his factory with this trigger/job.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 7:33:30 AM EDT

Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Originally Posted By chromeluv:

Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Good ideal? Does it effect reliability? Will the sear block have to be cut out?



Dunno, we need some more details. What type of ar15, what type of shooting you going to do, how much it cost, how long is the turn-around time? Etc?



It's a Bushmaster M4gery. Defensive shooting/training. Price is around $170+shipping. Turn around time, don't know.

Wilson's rifles come from his factory with this trigger/job.



Whats wrong with your current trigger that requires it to get smith'd?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 7:55:29 AM EDT

Originally Posted By chromeluv:

Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Originally Posted By chromeluv:

Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Good ideal? Does it effect reliability? Will the sear block have to be cut out?



Dunno, we need some more details. What type of ar15, what type of shooting you going to do, how much it cost, how long is the turn-around time? Etc?



It's a Bushmaster M4gery. Defensive shooting/training. Price is around $170+shipping. Turn around time, don't know.

Wilson's rifles come from his factory with this trigger/job.



Whats wrong with your current trigger that requires it to get smith'd?



Nothing is wrong with it but I'd like a lighter, crisper pull.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 8:07:31 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 8:16:26 AM EDT by chromeluv]
Well, you have a couple of courses of action.

1.) You can send it to wilson pay the $170 dollars, wait a very long time (their turn-around-time is usually 1-2 months for anything), and hope that its the type of trigger you want when it returns.

2.) You can save the $170, use that to buy ammo, save the 1-2months, and just shoot your bushy consistently, and the trigger will smooth itself out by itself.

3.) You can order a replacement trigger and have it installed


So, one costs money and alot of time, the other costs money and no time, the other you gain invaluable trigger time with your weapon and become alot more intimate with it, the third you spend around $150 and install it and hopefully that is what you want.



Or, the below might be your final answer


Originally Posted By DixieKnight:

Nothing is wrong with it but I'd like a lighter, crisper pull.

Link Posted: 1/15/2006 8:09:45 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 8:10:35 AM EDT by chrome1]
I have two Wilson’s that came stock with their trigger .
I wouldn't recommend for a defensive weapon .

Don't get me wrong , they are really nice but they are scary
light with near zero take up . Just about everyone that's
accustomed to shooting AR's lets off a premature shot
the first time try them .

I'm reasonable sure that in a rough handling CQB situation
resulting in a moderate bump of the weapon in a
rearward motion it would let the hammer fly
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 9:09:40 AM EDT

Nothing is wrong with it but I'd like a lighter, crisper pull.



The $170 spent in ammo will make you shoot it better then the trigger will..........

If you think your a better shot then your trigger, then by all means get one....
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 9:11:43 AM EDT
How many rounds do you currently have through the weapon, and howlong have you had it?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 9:32:03 AM EDT
just an FYI, Wilsons website states 3-Week max turn around on AR-15 work....
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 10:05:37 AM EDT
Take your AR, remove upper, add:

Cock hammer, pull trigger over and over while watching:


By the end of the movie, the trigger should be nice and smooth.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 10:10:19 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Cyclic240B:
just an FYI, Wilsons website states 3-Week max turn around on AR-15 work....




thats pretty good considering their turn-around time 'history'
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 10:18:10 AM EDT
Why do you want to purchase a JP Trigger from Wilson and not from JP Enterprises?
Did you have a look at the JP Semi Auto Modular Fire Control Unit? Very good trigger for IPSC-style shooting, for defensive shooing ...?

JP

Walli
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 11:05:13 AM EDT
I've done a ton of business with Wilson's and have been very very pleased with their turn-around times. Some of the best I've dealt with.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 12:03:08 PM EDT

Originally Posted By walli:
Why do you want to purchase a JP Trigger from Wilson and not from JP Enterprises?
Did you have a look at the JP Semi Auto Modular Fire Control Unit? Very good trigger for IPSC-style shooting, for defensive shooing ...?

JP

Walli



+1

Wilson uses JP triggers, my FFL is a Wilson master dealer.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 3:56:59 PM EDT
Or you could do the 15min trigger job , ( free ) ! I have done 4 AR's and am well satasfied with it . Went from 9lb-11lb to 4lb-4.5lb ( varried between the 4 dif rifles ) and crisp .
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:39:07 PM EDT
Ghost, what is that block thing, and how does it work?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:52:43 PM EDT
Ditto the JP Drop-in. Also look at the Chip Mccormic drop in. Both for the same or less money.fwiw
Link Posted: 1/18/2006 5:53:40 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Ghost-Shooter:
Take your AR, remove upper, add:
img.photobucket.com/albums/v477/Ghost-Shooter/block.jpg
Cock hammer, pull trigger over and over while watching:
img.photobucket.com/albums/v477/Ghost-Shooter/untitled.jpg

By the end of the movie, the trigger should be nice and smooth.



What is that black block, does it allow multiple trigger pulls without charging the weapon continually, please tell me where I can find those things.
Link Posted: 1/18/2006 6:15:24 PM EDT
Screw the "Wilson Combat Trigger Job" and get yourself a real trigger like the Geissele adjustable or one of 5 other proven drop-in triggers.

Introduction to the Geissele Trigger (with in-use movies)

- rem
Link Posted: 1/18/2006 6:16:48 PM EDT
What is this "15 min trigger job" that you speak of?? (voice of confused ape-man)


- rem



Originally Posted By IceMan_1:
Or you could do the 15min trigger job , ( free ) ! I have done 4 AR's and am well satasfied with it . Went from 9lb-11lb to 4lb-4.5lb ( varried between the 4 dif rifles ) and crisp .

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