It is quick and smooth, pulls with about 3.5 lbs of force, but this is what I like the most: it is a highly recognizeable 2nd stage: you pull back and it stops (like on the M&P trigger if you hit the safety), and requires just a tad bit of force to fire.
It also has increased pins to keep it in there nice and firm.
ETA: when you come to Houston, if you don't feel comfortable putting it in by yourself, i'll do it with you at the range, so you can tell the difference between the triggers. Heck, we can even take out my ENidine ARrestor and put it in yours to see what you think
I have the JP Rifles single stage, it's adjustable and a bit of a chore to install and adjust, but now there are several drop in fire control assemblies available, just pull the pins and drop in a complete set up, JP Rifles has one, as well as Chip McCormick and Timney Triggers now has one as well.
While I haven't used other triggers, I'm a big fan of the LMT 2 stage trigger I have. Its very similar to the RRA trigger but one thing thats different is its a little more beefy. when researching at AR15.com I found that a couple of people had that tang break off of their RRA(I mean a 1 or 2 that shoot the hell out of their rifles).
I tried doing a cheap trigger job by changing the springs a little, but it failed to pop the primers when the gun was very dirty.
I have decided that the CHIP MCCORMICK Drop-In Trigger Module is the one for me however, which do I choose for my M&P15A. The large pin, or the small pin, Brownells has a special running on them now, but I need to know which to order.
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