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Posted: 1/21/2006 11:30:43 AM EDT
I can't seem to find the link. Can anyone post it for me?

I am looking for the directions for trimming the spring and bending the other spring. I can't remember which spring I am supposed to do which on.

Thanks,
Eric
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 12:04:53 PM EDT

Originally Posted By echap:
I can't seem to find the link. Can anyone post it for me?

I am looking for the directions for trimming the spring and bending the other spring. I can't remember which spring I am supposed to do which on.

Thanks,
Eric



This one?

15 min trigger job
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 12:06:58 PM EDT
Pony up the dough for membership and then use the archive server.

www.sargenthome.com/15_Minute_AR_Trigger_Job.htm

Here you go cheap ass.
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 12:43:31 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Combatvet:
Pony up the dough for membership and then use the archive server.

www.sargenthome.com/15_Minute_AR_Trigger_Job.htm

Here you go cheap ass.



Thanks.

I had a membership for the last could of years, but have not got around to re-uppng it.
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 1:31:44 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/21/2006 1:33:02 PM EDT by theshootersden]
The 15 minute trigger job should be banned from this site... Its not safe and could cause more harm than good...

If your wanting to improve your trigger pull then do it the right way... Get a new one or have your existing one professionally tuned...
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 3:57:57 PM EDT

Originally Posted By echap:

Originally Posted By Combatvet:
Pony up the dough for membership and then use the archive server.

www.sargenthome.com/15_Minute_AR_Trigger_Job.htm

Here you go cheap ass.



Thanks.

I had a membership for the last could of years, but have not got around to re-uppng it.



There are plenty of members here who are useless tools. Its the quality of the information posted, not the title or post count that matters.


Pony up on knowledge, help other people, then support the site.

Go for the trifecta.
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 4:11:43 PM EDT
Spend $10 and do it right the first time:

Reduced Power Spring Kit
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 5:12:34 PM EDT
Won't a case of M193 / M855 take care of all the needed polishing or is this not the case with AR's?
Link Posted: 1/23/2006 6:40:41 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/23/2006 6:41:09 AM EDT by echap]

Originally Posted By JackalAR:
Won't a case of M193 / M855 take care of all the needed polishing or is this not the case with AR's?



The last 5 cases have not. I have done this several times and was please with the results.

Thanks for the links, I git it taken care of.

Echap
Link Posted: 1/23/2006 8:14:36 AM EDT
If the geometry of the trigger does not change, you won't be improving the pull that much (actually very little). Even less its creepyness.
Lowering the spring force on a standard trigger is more likely to create ignition problems than anything IMHO.
Without making any change to the trigger you can try to remove the trigger spring, arm the hammer (you'll need to push the trigger forward to help the sear engagement) and try the pull.
Notice how all the triggers that have (or that can be tuned to have) feather-weight pull moved the point where the hammer engage the trigger on the back of the hammer and up on the trigger, so that 1) the force that the hammer exercise on the trigger passes through the trigger pin axis (reduce the force's moment) 2) the force that the trigger pull applies to the hammer-trigger surface is almost parallel to the surface itself (reducing the normal component minimize the friction).
When you have brought to almost zero the intrisic trigger pull, then you can upload the user-experienced one to a srping and make it tunable.
If you go ahead and try to change the existing spring, I'd suggest that you buy replacement ones so that you won't waste a trip to the range in case it won't function correctly


- Ice
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