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Old 04-07-2006, 8:14 AM
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I own an 18" Ultralite50. I installed the supplied heavy duty hammer and spring that came with it. The trigger pull is that of a stock AR, and I need to upgrade it to something better. I have an RRA 2-stage NM trigger which I would like to use, but if I do, it will not work with the ultralite50 heavy duty hammer. I do not want any parts breaking or be unsafe, so what do I do? what are my options for triggers for this thing, being as it seems I need to use their heavy duty hammer? Would rra's NM hammer that comes with the trigger be strong enough? I need help, as I want to use a real trigger for shooting the .50 instead of this heavy stock AR trigger.
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Old 04-07-2006, 9:33 AM
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I own an 18" Ultralite50. I installed the supplied heavy duty hammer and spring that came with it. The trigger pull is that of a stock AR, and I need to upgrade it to something better. I have an RRA 2-stage NM trigger which I would like to use, but if I do, it will not work with the ultralite50 heavy duty hammer. I do not want any parts breaking or be unsafe, so what do I do? what are my options for triggers for this thing, being as it seems I need to use their heavy duty hammer? Would rra's NM hammer that comes with the trigger be strong enough? I need help, as I want to use a real trigger for shooting the .50 instead of this heavy stock AR trigger.
I would call Ultralite. The AR-15 trigger may function, but may not set off primers.
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Old 04-07-2006, 10:33 AM
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Yeah RRA has its special trigger and hammer. what you can do it get a JP trigger and still use the oversized UM50 hammer and spring. that will give you a cleaner brake and still be able to use the heavier hammer. The JP system is a single stage though so keep that in mind.
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Thanks. that was the solution I wanted.
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