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Old 02-08-2010, 4:16 PM
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Default SOLD.....TIMNEY 3 LBS TRIGGER for ar15 BRAND NEW

I BOUGHT THE WRONG TRIGGER FOR MY AR-10 SO YOU CAN HAVE IT FOR 30 BUCKS LESS.

200.00

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Old 02-08-2010, 5:33 PM
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can you verify if this is 2lbs trigger. As I've own 3, and 4lbs, but never heard of 2lbs.

And to clarify, you are selling for AR10 (not AR15, but you need one for your AR10)

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Old 02-08-2010, 6:14 PM
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So this is for an ar15?
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Old 02-08-2010, 6:19 PM
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ru sure it won't work in an ar10?
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Old 02-08-2010, 7:59 PM
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ru sure it won't work in an ar10?
The Timney will fit into both the 10 and 15 lowers. I think the difference between the Ar10 and 15 models is the spring (stronger spring in the AR10 model) and possibly the shape of the hammer (it may be a bit more robust).

Nicer .308 match ammo will probably fire just fine with the ar15 model Timney. But, mil surp. and cheaper brands (wolf...) may use cheaper, harder primers which may require a stronger spring. (I know that some 7.62x39 kits for the ar15 come with different trigger springs. And for some ammo types we actually had to swap the spring in to get cheap, bulk stuff to fire properly.)
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Old 02-08-2010, 10:07 PM
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The AR10 bolt uses a captive firing pin (spring) which generally requires a heavy hammer to effectively ignite 7.62 primers. 308 win ammo should be no problem with that timney unit. Surplus ammo....maybe not.

You're doing right to get the Timney AR10 set for an AR10. If you have a DPMS style upper (LR308), there's less need for a heavy hammer, as they don't use a captive spring (it's just like the AR15 arrangement)
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:01 AM
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can you verify if this is 2lbs trigger. As I've own 3, and 4lbs, but never heard of 2lbs.

And to clarify, you are selling for AR10 (not AR15, but you need one for your AR10)

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It is the 3 lb small hole trigger. This is for the ar15 and not the Ar10. The Ar10 trigger has a heavier hammer and spring. You will get light strikes if you put this in a ar-10. I already purchased the ar10 trigger and it works incredible. I have tried giselle triggers as well and i'm very happy with timney for less money..
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So this is for an ar15?


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Old 02-09-2010, 12:03 AM
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The Timney will fit into both the 10 and 15 lowers. I think the difference between the Ar10 and 15 models is the spring (stronger spring in the AR10 model) and possibly the shape of the hammer (it may be a bit more robust).

Nicer .308 match ammo will probably fire just fine with the ar15 model Timney. But, mil surp. and cheaper brands (wolf...) may use cheaper, harder primers which may require a stronger spring. (I know that some 7.62x39 kits for the ar15 come with different trigger springs. And for some ammo types we actually had to swap the spring in to get cheap, bulk stuff to fire properly.)
Correct, but you need the heavier hammer so you dont get light strikes.
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The AR10 bolt uses a captive firing pin (spring) which generally requires a heavy hammer to effectively ignite 7.62 primers. 308 win ammo should be no problem with that timney unit. Surplus ammo....maybe not.

You're doing right to get the Timney AR10 set for an AR10. If you have a DPMS style upper (LR308), there's less need for a heavy hammer, as they don't use a captive spring (it's just like the AR15 arrangement)
It is a Noveske 21 upper 14 month wait. Here she is..
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I'm open to trades + Cash. Tell me what you have?
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So what are you looking for? If you reload....I have alot of top of the line .308 reloading stuff.
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I dont do any reloading at this time. Cash is what I need right now..
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Old 02-10-2010, 8:17 AM
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Buyer no showed, Available...
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:36 AM
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Old 02-28-2010, 10:06 AM
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