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Posted: 9/15/2003 7:17:54 PM EDT
I am building a tacticle rifle on a RRA lower , who makes a good trigger for under $150.00?
Link Posted: 9/15/2003 7:23:23 PM EDT
I recommend the RRA 2-stage. No set screw adjustments to come loose, easy and quick to install, Has a GREAT feel to it, and costs less than $100. I got mine from Pete-in-NH at [url]www.ar15sales.com[/url]
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 3:44:43 AM EDT
RRA tuned by J. Holliger. $110 + $5s/h. Give a call to White Oak Precision. -Justin
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 4:33:34 AM EDT
Originally Posted By ICU: RRA tuned by J. Holliger. $110 + $5s/h. Give a call to White Oak Precision. -Justin
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I have some of the John Holliger tuned RRA's and can tell you that you will not be disappointed. They are sweet!
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 9:53:53 AM EDT
DITTO on the RRA the best $100 i'vr spent and it make firng a little easier for the kids. FREE
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 4:03:39 PM EDT
Under $150, RRA tuned by John Holliger. Definitely worth the extra ten bucks. Over $150, Knight's.
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 5:57:49 PM EDT
I think you see the RRA theme at work here. It's just too bad you didn't originally get the NM trigger with your lower. In any case, RRA is the way to go!
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 6:23:21 PM EDT
A friend of mine and I just put John's RRA triggers on our rifles and WOW! VERY nice and definitely the best deal out there.
Link Posted: 9/16/2003 6:43:43 PM EDT
Ditto the RRA...
Link Posted: 9/18/2003 12:17:37 AM EDT
Just in case your not convinced. RRA from John.
Link Posted: 9/18/2003 1:03:37 AM EDT
Haven't tried the Knight's but yesy, the RRA NM trigger is the bomb.
Link Posted: 9/18/2003 1:27:03 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/18/2003 9:11:38 PM EDT
ROCK RIVER!
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 11:53:30 AM EDT
Sooooooooooooo ya'll think the RRA trigger is the way to go????? do you have to do any cutting or grinding? I have a postban Colt LW I would like to slip that baby right in my gun.I dont know if i have a big/small pin..."hay thats not nice" heheheh Anyway could someone tell me about the pin size.
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 1:13:35 PM EDT
What ever you do, DO NOT buy a Rock River 2 stage trigger from John Holliger at Whit Oak Precision. My reason is simple, I want him to concentrate on building my new upper. Also, I think we are giving him a swelled head (not). Actually, I also heartily recommend the RR tuned by John. I have two. One I replaced in a CMP Bushmaster that wouldn't hold a first stage until I took it out and installed the RR. Went to a EIC match recently and when it came time to weigh triggers, I got pretty nervous as my RCBS trigger pull gauge gives me 4.5 lbs exactly. Didn't really need to worry as the trigger easily handled the 4.5 lb official weight. Even so, the trigger "feels" much lighter. BTW, I have tried a Jewel in a friend's match rifle. It was okay, but I prefer the Holliger tuned RR. Terry
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 1:39:54 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TREETOP: I've got the RRA 2-stage in two of my rifles, they're great and inexpensive!
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Same here, Great! MM419
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 4:11:02 PM EDT
Originally Posted By BrianG: Sooooooooooooo ya'll think the RRA trigger is the way to go????? do you have to do any cutting or grinding? I have a postban Colt LW I would like to slip that baby right in my gun.I dont know if i have a big/small pin..."hay thats not nice" heheheh Anyway could someone tell me about the pin size.
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+/-.156" is a small pin +/- .170" is a large pin Measure yours to see.
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 5:22:18 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/20/2003 5:23:24 PM EDT by PPD]
Originally Posted By Strazz: A friend of mine and I just put John's RRA triggers on our rifles and WOW! VERY nice and definitely the best deal out there.
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I've bought my last two RRA NM triggers from Pete at Legal Transfers and they are absolutely PERFECT from the factory. I can't imagine how anyone can improve on them!
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