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Posted: 12/15/2003 7:42:53 PM EDT
I am interested in rra's national match two stage trigger. Any opinions out there
Link Posted: 12/15/2003 8:48:30 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/15/2003 8:49:42 PM EDT by VA-gunnut]
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Link Posted: 12/15/2003 9:04:30 PM EDT
I have grown used to my RRA standard trigger. I applied a little FP-10 over the trigger parts and the trigger became much, much smoother. When I first got the gun, I hated it, but I have gotten to the point where I don't even notice it now. FWIW, I am also used to competition triggers. I have a Timney in my Yugo M48A Mauser that breaks at 2 pounds. Each has its place. I feel if you only have one gun, and shoot it as often as I do, a competition trigger is kind of out of place.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 1:36:56 AM EDT
Get one tuned by John Hollinger at White Oak, only cost I think $10 more and makes a nice trigger even better.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 1:50:57 AM EDT
I love the RRA 2-stage. It has a short and light first stage and a clean break with no hint of creep. It's great! ~AbM
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 2:46:37 AM EDT
I love my 2 RRA two stage triggers,they work as advertised!
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 2:52:34 AM EDT
Try ADCO, they sell the J. Holliger RRA trigger. -Justin
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 3:46:30 AM EDT
The Rock River trigger isnt bad for the money you have to pay for it, but all the other triggers I have and have tried are nicer (Knights, Bushmaster, JP, Jard, Jewel).
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 4:56:42 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/16/2003 4:56:57 AM EDT by BookHound]
I have a RRA 2-stage and a Jewell. The Jewell is adjustable; the RRA isn't. I like them both. The Jewell is on a RRA Varminter and the trigger is so light it's scary. The second stage breaks with very little effort. I need to get a trigger scale to measure it. Anyway, the Jewell is a little harder to install. The RRA drops right in place. The Jewell will cost you nearly double what you'll pay for the RRA and I think it's well worth it depending on the intended purpose of the rifle. Some people don't like triggers with screws (which could fall out - maybe?) on a rifle you might someday use for self defense. Another way to look at it is this: my Jewell trigger is adjusted so light I wouldn't want it on my CQB gun. What is the primary intended purpose of the rifle with which you plan to use this trigger? It might help us give you some better advice.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 5:52:34 AM EDT
here's my .02 FWIW - having a nice trigger on any weapon is the one thing you can do with that item to increase your enjoyment and accuracy in that firearm. I like the RRA 2 stage on my RRA rifle. It came standard on the TASC rifle I purchased new from a dealer. I own only 2 weapons I have not fooled with the triggers on. One is a Springfield Armory M1A 18" rifle, and the other is the RRA. Both triggers were acceptable out of the box. I own 20+ weapons and have been an avid shooter since I was 15. I'm 45 now, so realistically that's 30 years of killing beer cans and murdering paper targets. I have done trigger jobs, or paid to have them done on EVERY OTHER WEAPON in the safe except those two. My vote? Try the RRA 2 stage trigger. If it's not what you want, swap it out with a more expensive unit. It's still going to be worth $100 at a gun show somewhere in trade value.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 7:35:39 AM EDT
No complaints with mine. There may be better units out there but for the money they can't be beat.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 10:08:44 AM EDT
What he said!! Shabo
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