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CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? #8053958 11/17/20 07:15 PM
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Looking at getting a CMC 3.5 LBS single stage or two stage straight bow trigger for hunting.

What do experts recommend in this case?

Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: dustyhog] #8054010 11/17/20 07:49 PM
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I have and like both. My only suggestion is this: stick with one or the other. I wasn't paying attention and have both single and two stage triggers, and I can never quite remember which I've got on which rifle. There's no bad decision, only your preference.


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Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: syncerus] #8054056 11/17/20 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by syncerus
I have and like both. My only suggestion is this: stick with one or the other. I wasn't paying attention and have both single and two stage triggers, and I can never quite remember which I've got on which rifle. There's no bad decision, only your preference.


^^^^ agreed

I also use CMC 2.5lb straight shoe, it normally breaks with something in the one pound and some ounces range. I have come to love that trigger, actually making me think I want straight shoe triggers on everything I own.


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Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: dustyhog] #8054256 11/17/20 10:51 PM
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Both my ARs have two-stage (RRA) triggers. All my bolt rifles have single stage triggers.


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Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: dustyhog] #8054586 11/18/20 03:13 AM
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I prefer the single stage 2.5 straight now trigger myself.

Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: seacam] #8054820 11/18/20 02:07 PM
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Originally Posted by seacam
I prefer the single stage 2.5 straight now trigger myself.


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Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks] #8056105 11/19/20 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
Both my ARs have two-stage (RRA) triggers. All my bolt rifles have single stage triggers.


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Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
Both my ARs have two-stage (RRA) triggers. All my bolt rifles have single stage triggers.



^^^^^

Same, I like a two stage trigger on my AR's. I run a Geissele G2S on each of them. I like to be able to 'take up the slack' feel it hit the wall and then know it is about to break with just a little more pressure for precision shots. Plus the added safety of the trigger pull being a bit longer.

For shots where you are quickly 'tapping' the trigger it helps to make for a clean trigger break as well, as you already have a bit of momentum. My triggers are non-adjustable and maintain a reasonable 'hunting/self defense' trigger break weight.

Just my preference.


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Re: CMC SINGLE OR TWO STAGE FOR HUNTING? [Re: dustyhog] #8057037 11/19/20 11:45 PM
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I prefer the straight/flat CMC but 2.5lb on a hunting rig-- I only have one AR rifle left with a two stage (and it is still a FLAT) but it is buttery- geissele SD3G.

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