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#1 OFFLINE   bamashooter


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Posted Jul. 28 2018 - 12:05 PM

Just ordered my third though not needed at this time. Hard to pass up this deal. Sometimes the curved model is reduced same but not at this time.




This is my last build.

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Posted Jul. 28 2018 - 12:13 PM


What a great price.

I am not familiar with this trigger, and would wait for a curved model anyway.

I see the pull weight is 3 to 3.5 pounds.


When you evaluate these triggers, how do you decide what has 

durability and reliable ignition as their primary design goal,

and which are more for "range work" ? 

There are now so many of these types of triggers out there it makes my head spin. 

(but not at 99 bucks, thank you !   :) )




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#3 OFFLINE   bamashooter


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Posted Jul. 28 2018 - 12:34 PM

Regularly 210.00 at PA and I've seen it higher elsewhere. Mine are closer to 3 than 3.5 but wouldn't matter. I honestly can tell no difference between these and my Timney Competition 3 lb trigger. Which btw has a very sweet (imo) lightly curved trigger (and flat if desired is offered).  http://www.primaryar...igger-3lb-667-s


Reliability and Durability. Can't honestly say I've done any long-term testing. Appears well made and of good material when compared to other "reputable" drop-in triggers. I see no reason to not trust it pretty much anywhere domestically. Wouldn't really want a "cassette-type" trigger module in the sand box. Let me wash away the sand and grit please.


I have other Chip McCormack 1911 products which have all been fine ti include reliable and durable (very subjective imo).


I would think "ignition" reliability is first and foremost otherwise the trigger group is junk and will quickly become known as such. I know a few who use them on rimfires with no issues.


Do it for the economy. Give it up Retcop!  :D: 

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Posted Jul. 28 2018 - 02:18 PM

I got that e-mail today too. I do not NEED one, but I just decided to order one before writing this. It will go on the shelf with my two new LaRue Tactical MBT-2S triggers until I can figure out what to do with them.  :D:

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