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Favorite Trigger #7071223
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Forgive me if this has been discussed, I was unable to find anything.

I've built myself a new AR in 223 wylde, the gun shoots great and groups well. Only issue I've run into so far is the trigger, it's a little heavier than what I'd prefer. So I'm looking into getting a drop-in single stage flat faced trigger. I'm not looking to spend $400, somewhere around the $200 mark. Any recommendations? TIA

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The last 2 CMC triggers I have used were nice. I also like a flat blade on the trigger. I also have a Jewell AR-15 trigger on my main lower and like it a lot. I think it's a 2 stage, IIRC.



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Re: Favorite Trigger [Re: pigslayer10] #7071232
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CMC 100% I absolutely love my 2 stage. Their single stages are just as nice. Ft worth company too.


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I just talked to a buddy of mine who has a CMC two stage and said he wasn't that impressed with his, but I've kind of been leaning towards them. What pull weight do ya'll prefer? I'm trying to dial my gun in and make it my predator rig, so I'm not sure if I should go all the way down to their 3.5lbs version or not. Decisions decisions

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Iím running a CMC 3.5lb two stage in my three gun rifle. You should be fine with that weight.

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Re: Favorite Trigger [Re: pigslayer10] #7071317
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Awesome, thanks for the input. Just saw they offer first responder discounts, that just sweetened the pot!

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Originally Posted By: pigslayer10
I just talked to a buddy of mine who has a CMC two stage and said he wasn't that impressed with his, but I've kind of been leaning towards them. What pull weight do ya'll prefer? I'm trying to dial my gun in and make it my predator rig, so I'm not sure if I should go all the way down to their 3.5lbs version or not. Decisions decisions


Honestly, Iím not sure what he wouldnít be impressed with. My 2 stage is SWEET! The first stage is super consistent, the break is perfectly crisp, and there is zero overtravel.


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I have two AR's with Jard adjustable triggers. They're reasonably priced and work flawlessly.


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Call me a rookie, what's the difference between their speed trigger and weighted?

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Wasnít impressed with CMC or POF. I do like my Velocity trigger, itís around $140


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Re: Favorite Trigger [Re: pigslayer10] #7071390
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Joe bobs has the cmc priced good right now. Just got the ad

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Larue ar trigger is on sale

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I'm running the POF triggers and like them a lot.

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Geissele all the way....SSA-E and SD-E are fantastic triggers (Both are 2 stage). I have tried several CMC triggers and do not care for them. The only trigger I like other than Geissele is AR Gold...really nice trigger.

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Triggertech makes an adjustable one that should be in your price range. Think they have a discount for you guys as well.

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Iím surprised so many guys donít like cmc triggers. I havenít tried a ton, but have had a couple aftermarket triggers, and itís the best Iíve tried. What is it you guys donít like about them?


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I have CMC, POF and ALG ACT. I like the CMC the best.


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Almost anything is a huge upgrade over Milspec. I have a Timney in mine and itís great



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Iíve shot CMC theyíre not bad. I have a Geissele SSA-E and a Triggertech and the triggertech is easily my favorite. Iím way more accurate with it and the way I shoot I need all the help I can get.

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Originally Posted By: Tff caribou
Iím surprised so many guys donít like cmc triggers. I havenít tried a ton, but have had a couple aftermarket triggers, and itís the best Iíve tried. What is it you guys donít like about them?


I'm curious how many have tried CMC and compared it to something at a higher price point like Geissele. I have used Geissele triggers in my ARs for many years and prefer them over any other. I've shot a lot with CMC triggers and had the opportunity to compare them side by side with my Geissele triggers. For me, there is a clear winner and it is easy to distinguish.

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I have a cmc on my 6.8 and it's not near as nice as my ssa e
Timney and cmc are on the Same meh level

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Runner runner guns in McKinney has like 20 different triggers set up in mock lowers that you can try out and compare. If youíre looking for an AR trigger itís worth the trip.

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