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Posted: 10/29/2002 7:02:16 AM EST
I was wanting to change the trigger in my M4orgery and was wondering what options would be best. I plan to use this rifle as a close quarter deer gun in the woods but was concerned of going to a 2 stage trigger for defensive purposes. What single stage triggers are available? I know JT distributing has a single that's around 3 lbs but that seems a little light for most purposes. The trigger now is horrible as its heavy and doesn't break with any consistency. This is a RRA lower. I look forward to your comments/suggestions.
Link Posted: 10/29/2002 8:36:59 AM EST
i have a rra 2 stage and a jp enterprise single stage. I would suggest the jp. it removes all creep nice break and is at a good price. around 125. the rra 2 stage is pretty sweet. the first stage is a 2 1/2 lb pull. last is a 4. breaks like a glass rod. it is not like the jewel. check out john from http://www.home-land-defence.com/ he has great prices on them. on my m4orgery i have the jp. love it!!!

good luck
Link Posted: 10/29/2002 9:36:45 AM EST
Go with a single stage like JP for hunting/defense. Two-stage triggers excel in precision shooting applications. On JP's the release weight can be adjusted as can overtravel. I have three JP's in AR's and am satisfied with them.
Link Posted: 10/29/2002 10:33:11 AM EST
Thanks for the recommendations. I'm going to look into the JP single and see how it does. I had considered the RRA 2-stage because it had a great rep, but I was worried about it on more rugged use AR.

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