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Centerfire Rifles - Semiautomatic or Gas Operated Centerfire rifles, carbines and other gas operated rifles.

View Poll Results: What is your preference?
Rise Armament Super Sport $80 0 0%
CMC AR-15/AR10 Lantac E-CT1 Single Stage - Flat $100 7 18.92%
Elftmann Single Stage SE - straight $120 3 8.11%
Bacon 27 72.97%
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Old 07-03-2018, 12:48 PM
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Let's try this again...

Need one for an AR-9. General purpose, range, plinking, maybe competition someday.
I already have a Rise Armament Super Sport and am thinking of another one. I have no trigger time with the other 2, but see good deals on them currently.

I also have a Geiselle G2S, LaRue MBT-2S, RRA 4.5lb 2-stage. I'm not interested in another of these, and trying to stay in the $100 neighborhood.
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Note: If the Geiselle G2S goes on sale for $125 anywhere, then that can be added to the running.
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Rise armament doesn’t work well for pcc ar from my reading. Pof is suggested as a drop in trigger option. I’m running a standard fcg but my next build will be running a pof. Added benefit is it comes with non rotational pins which are highly suggested with pcc ar’s in general.
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I can't get an Eltfmann SE to work in my JRC.
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Note: If the Geiselle G2S goes on sale for $125 anywhere, then that can be added to the running.
PA has you covered

http://www.primaryarms.com/geissele-...15-pin-154-g2s

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I posted a deal the other day. CMC Lantac single stage triggers on sale for $99 usually $210. At Primary Arms, solid trigger I have 2 of them.
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Let's try this again...

Need one for an AR-9. General purpose, range, plinking, maybe competition someday.
I already have a Rise Armament Super Sport and am thinking of another one. I have no trigger time with the other 2, but see good deals on them currently.

I also have a Geiselle G2S, LaRue MBT-2S, RRA 4.5lb 2-stage. I'm not interested in another of these, and trying to stay in the $100 neighborhood.
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$29 Right to bear trigger and a $15 JoeBob's trigger adjuster.
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I played with every trigger at Shot show a couple years ago and got the ELF. I could not be happier, clean crisp, light brake, very secure and loud reset.

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I went with bacon because of no hiperfire option
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Geiselle or Elftmann. Rise Armaments are junk as are most drop in AR triggers. My buddy has an Elftmann and it is really nice I would get one if not the Geiselle. I personally prefer the Geiselle SSAE. Drop in triggers are a gimick and may or may not interact well with the safety or fit well with the receiver.
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None of the above; I like the Geissele's and AR Gold triggers. I also try not to eat bacon, not good for you.
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Went with the JMT Saber, zero takeup and very crisp. Also, bacon is awesome.
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I just installed a Velocity Classic curved 3# single stage trigger in my AR,

It's the only aftermarket trigger I've purchased/use, so I have no basis of comparison w/others but I like it very much. Only cost $90 w/a 40% LEO discount. Was going to buy an Elf SE but couldn't pass up the deal from Velocity.
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Where is the Binary trigger option for people in America?
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Where is the Binary trigger option for people in America?
I know they can be had in Colorado.
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I have a Rise RA-140 that I'm not impressed with. I had one that I sent back because the trigger pull was 5 pounds and not the advertised 3.5 pounds. They sent me a second and it was 4 pounds instead of 3.5. But I didn't want to keep swapping triggers with them to get the advertised 3.5 pounds, so now the trigger sits in a spare parts box. I also had a $260 Rise RA-535 that I returned because it's pull was 8 pounds instead of the advertised 3.5 pounds.

I bought the expensive Elftmann for something like $240 and haven't been that impressed either. The first one kept going into 2 or 3 round burst mode. That went back and the second one they sent keeps giving me light primer strikes every 5 or 10 rounds. So I no longer use it in competition because of all the malfunctions I have to clear. I didn't want to keep returning triggers to them to finally get one that works properly.
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Not sure of your criteria.
Are you looking for good and cheap?
Or do you not like what you already have?
If the former, I like my Bravo company enhanced for the price.
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Brownell's has the Geissele G2S on sale today for 129.99.

$10 off $99 code: MDX = 119.99

Done deal.

https://www.brownells.com/rifle-part...prod55593.aspx
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Brownell's has the Geissele G2S on sale today for 129.99.

$10 off $99 code: MDX = 119.99

Done deal.

https://www.brownells.com/rifle-part...prod55593.aspx
We'll, this is what I ended up ordering. I had something else to order from there and used a $15 off $150.
If it doesn't agree with the 9mm platform I'll switch it out for one the others.

And I bought some bacon...
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LaRue has a sale on their MBT triggers. $87 until Christmas
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