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Posted: 12/16/2003 6:37:51 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/16/2003 6:39:00 PM EDT by TacticalConcepts]
Can anyone advise of the trigger pin size on the LE6920? is it mil-spec or civ-spec?

also does it have the block in the lower?

I may have a chance to get one and wanna upgrade to a knights trigger eventually.

Ruff
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 7:03:59 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TacticalConcepts: Can anyone advise of the trigger pin size on the LE6920? is it mil-spec or civ-spec?
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Large (.170"). Definitely not the Mil-Spec (.155") size.
also does it have the block in the lower?
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Does not have the old type of protruding block but has the area above the selector has not been completely machined out.
I may have a chance to get one and wanna upgrade to a knights trigger eventually.
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KAC currently manufactures their NM trigger in the small (.155") size so you are out of luck here.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 7:10:16 PM EDT
The trigger pin size is .170 so forget about a KAC trigger for now. Also to be PC, Colt now leaves a portion of the lower receiver unmilled instead of the sear block that was used in the past. The desirable features which you seek will only be found in a full-auto Colt. Get a Bushmaster lower and put a Colt 6920 upper on it and have the best of both worlds.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 7:11:13 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/16/2003 7:14:08 PM EDT by TacticalConcepts]
Thanks for the answer...in that case, i'll stick with the Bushy I have on lay away. at the risk of starting a flame war, I see no real benefit to the Colt over the Bushy other than re-sale. both excellent pieces of kit regardless. (Plus, I already have my M4 Bushy Barrel waiting to turn the 16in into an M4forgery once I get it in my hot little hands) Thanks again guys Ruff
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