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Posted: 4/14/2014 6:58:51 PM EDT
Love the AUG A3. Got the neu-trigger and it helps a lot considering the stock trigger was over ten pounds. However, it's a far cry from the Geissele Super SCAR trigger in my SCAR. Now Geissele and Timney are coming out with 4.5 lb. triggers for the Tavor. anything else we AUG folks can do?
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Link Posted: 4/14/2014 8:24:52 PM EDT
I did the Bill Springfield and he did some magic to mines and also dry lube graphite.

Mines is down to about 4 pounds or so and works well after 500 rds still.
Link Posted: 4/14/2014 8:53:30 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Jozsi:
I did the Bill Springfield and he did some magic to mines and also dry lube graphite.

Mines is down to about 4 pounds or so and works well after 500 rds still.
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Bill Springfield doesn't do the AUG triggers anymore.
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Originally Posted By Manticore_Arms:
Stay patient, I suspect you may see something available before the end of the year.
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10-4!
Link Posted: 4/14/2014 9:28:49 PM EDT
The 2020 is a simple solid replacement. It brings the AUG trigger into being clean, smooth, and lighter. Perfectly usable and safe.

I don't like the sheet metal wrap or the spring take down catch.

It is an odd desire to have glass breaking light triggers on assault rifles. It's not as if you're shooting 3P matches with an Anschutz.
Link Posted: 4/15/2014 8:07:50 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Dehammer:
The 2020 is a simple solid replacement. It brings the AUG trigger into being clean, smooth, and lighter. Perfectly usable and safe.

I don't like the sheet metal wrap or the spring take down catch.

It is an odd desire to have glass breaking light triggers on assault rifles. It's not as if you're shooting 3P matches with an Anschutz.
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It might be odd, but I agree with the OP. my super scar trigger is a thing of beauty. Once you know what's possible, it's hard to overlook a 10 pound trigger.
Link Posted: 4/15/2014 9:06:46 PM EDT
i've always wondered about when people say things like this about the AUG trigger. i have an AUGA1 that has a very crisp, consistent pull and always has since i bought it back in the 90's
Link Posted: 4/15/2014 11:33:01 PM EDT
I purchased a Neu-Trigger and it was probably the single best thing I've ever done to any of my AUGs. It's not "cheap", and once you get it in you'll seriously wonder WTF it costs so much...then when you install it and try it, you'll realize you'd have probably paid more.

I won't have an AUG without one installed now.

Just my opinion...YMMV, IANAL, yadda yadda yadda
Link Posted: 4/15/2014 11:35:07 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By mcantu:
i've always wondered about when people say things like this about the AUG trigger. i have an AUGA1 that has a very crisp, consistent pull and always has since i bought it back in the 90's
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Both my AUG A1s had "ok" triggers...they were just long and creepy. My A3 was a little heavier than the A1s (probably due to age and spring wear on the A1s) The mod I installed on mine really lightens up the creep and makes the length of pull seem really inconsequential, and if anything makes the break very very crisp. For me, anyway.
Link Posted: 4/15/2014 11:52:09 PM EDT
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Both my AUG A1s had "ok" triggers...they were just long and creepy. My A3 was a little heavier than the A1s (probably due to age and spring wear on the A1s) The mod I installed on mine really lightens up the creep and makes the length of pull seem really inconsequential, and if anything makes the break very very crisp. For me, anyway.
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Originally Posted By mcantu:
i've always wondered about when people say things like this about the AUG trigger. i have an AUGA1 that has a very crisp, consistent pull and always has since i bought it back in the 90's


Both my AUG A1s had "ok" triggers...they were just long and creepy. My A3 was a little heavier than the A1s (probably due to age and spring wear on the A1s) The mod I installed on mine really lightens up the creep and makes the length of pull seem really inconsequential, and if anything makes the break very very crisp. For me, anyway.


You would really like the 2020 sear.
Link Posted: 4/16/2014 12:05:33 AM EDT
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You would really like the 2020 sear.
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Originally Posted By Evil_Ed:
Originally Posted By mcantu:
i've always wondered about when people say things like this about the AUG trigger. i have an AUGA1 that has a very crisp, consistent pull and always has since i bought it back in the 90's


Both my AUG A1s had "ok" triggers...they were just long and creepy. My A3 was a little heavier than the A1s (probably due to age and spring wear on the A1s) The mod I installed on mine really lightens up the creep and makes the length of pull seem really inconsequential, and if anything makes the break very very crisp. For me, anyway.


You would really like the 2020 sear.


Honestly I never even heard of it until now...I might have to check that out, hmm.
Link Posted: 4/16/2014 12:51:11 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By playinARound:


Bill Springfield doesn't do the AUG triggers anymore.
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Originally Posted By playinARound:
Originally Posted By Jozsi:
I did the Bill Springfield and he did some magic to mines and also dry lube graphite.

Mines is down to about 4 pounds or so and works well after 500 rds still.


Bill Springfield doesn't do the AUG triggers anymore.


I just called him the other day and he quoted a price for my PS90 and AUG.


Link Posted: 4/16/2014 5:38:10 PM EDT
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I just called him the other day and he quoted a price for my PS90 and AUG.


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Originally Posted By jkim2001:
Originally Posted By playinARound:
Originally Posted By Jozsi:
I did the Bill Springfield and he did some magic to mines and also dry lube graphite.

Mines is down to about 4 pounds or so and works well after 500 rds still.


Bill Springfield doesn't do the AUG triggers anymore.


I just called him the other day and he quoted a price for my PS90 and AUG.





That's weird. It says here that he doesn't. See mid-page.
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That's weird. It says here that he doesn't. See mid-page.
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Originally Posted By playinARound:
Originally Posted By jkim2001:
Originally Posted By playinARound:
Originally Posted By Jozsi:
I did the Bill Springfield and he did some magic to mines and also dry lube graphite.

Mines is down to about 4 pounds or so and works well after 500 rds still.


Bill Springfield doesn't do the AUG triggers anymore.


I just called him the other day and he quoted a price for my PS90 and AUG.





That's weird. It says here that he doesn't. See mid-page.


Wrong guy. Bill Springfield here:

http://www.triggerwork.net/Msar.html


Link Posted: 4/17/2014 6:33:38 AM EDT
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Wrong guy. Bill Springfield here:

http://www.triggerwork.net/Msar.html


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Originally Posted By playinARound:
Originally Posted By jkim2001:
Originally Posted By playinARound:
Originally Posted By Jozsi:
I did the Bill Springfield and he did some magic to mines and also dry lube graphite.

Mines is down to about 4 pounds or so and works well after 500 rds still.


Bill Springfield doesn't do the AUG triggers anymore.


I just called him the other day and he quoted a price for my PS90 and AUG.





That's weird. It says here that he doesn't. See mid-page.


Wrong guy. Bill Springfield here:

http://www.triggerwork.net/Msar.html



I'm a dumbass. Thanks. It is worth it for me to try this.
Link Posted: 4/17/2014 8:36:07 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By playinARound:
It is worth it for me to try this.
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I had Bill Springfield do a "trigger job" on a spare DPMS unit I had.
The "trigger job" felt better, but I have ZERO confidence in it after looking at how he did it.

A $20 DPMS hammer/triger/disco isn't the same as doing a "trigger job" by modifying a $140 hammerpack.
The neutrigger, K&M lightening, 2020 TSM, etc are all parts that you can drop in and take out.
If Bill is grinding, cutting, sanding, removing material, etc from the hammerpack, you can't get that back...
-caveat emptor-
Link Posted: 4/17/2014 8:38:24 AM EDT
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You would really like the 2020 sear.
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Originally Posted By Evil_Ed:
Originally Posted By mcantu:
i've always wondered about when people say things like this about the AUG trigger. i have an AUGA1 that has a very crisp, consistent pull and always has since i bought it back in the 90's


Both my AUG A1s had "ok" triggers...they were just long and creepy. My A3 was a little heavier than the A1s (probably due to age and spring wear on the A1s) The mod I installed on mine really lightens up the creep and makes the length of pull seem really inconsequential, and if anything makes the break very very crisp. For me, anyway.


You would really like the 2020 sear.


I've been thoroughly impressed with the 2020 TSM.
Link Posted: 4/26/2014 8:30:17 AM EDT
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A $20 DPMS hammer/triger/disco isn't the same as doing a "trigger job" by modifying a $140 hammerpack.
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Originally Posted By maleante:
Originally Posted By playinARound:
It is worth it for me to try this.


A $20 DPMS hammer/triger/disco isn't the same as doing a "trigger job" by modifying a $140 hammerpack.
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This is a good point. Does the K&M Lightening insert cause any permanent effect on the trigger pack parts or is it as simple as taking it out?

My other question is whether the online directions are applicable for the AUG as well as the MSAR. Hate to admit it, but I am both short on patience and know-how.
Link Posted: 4/26/2014 2:35:08 PM EDT
The K&M is a replacement of the factory part.
That way you could take the hammer pack back to stock form.
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