Have four new style black #683 Timney SIG MPX triggers. All are straight, 4.5lb, one is new in package. The three that have been installed in my MPX's have less then 150 rounds fired. Going in a different direction with triggers for my MPX's.
This is the trigger that SIG is using in the "GEN II" MPX's presently.
NIP unit 150.00 shipped con us Used units (3) 125.00 ea shipped con us
Thanks for looking.
Kattman from MichiganThis message has been edited. Last edited by: kattman,
I am going back to curved. When SIG started putting these in their GEN 2 MPX's, I shot a buddies and thought that the new Timney dedicated MPX trigger in it was the way to go so I swapped them all out. I don't have any straight triggers in any of my other PCC's and didn't care for it after shooting one match with my #1 MPX. I have three MPX's currently that are all SBR's. PCC's turn out to be real hard on trigger groups. The NIP trigger I have for sale is my spare. Note that these are all straight. Regards--Kattman from Michigan
I'm a little confused. As it relates to MPX pistols, all the Gen 2 MPXs I've seen have the curved trigger. In regards to the Gen 3, one of the new features is the straight Timney trigger in addition to the M-Lok handguard and sidefolding brace. Was this strictly a MPX carbine Gen 2 trigger?
The curved I use and am referring to are not SIG or Timney, they are KE SLT-1's. We all went to these early on as the OEM supplied MPX trigger was "challenging", and several regular AR triggers failed at low round count. This was an interesting learning curve for us local USPSA competitors to say the least.
I didn't know there was a GEN III???? All mine are at least 2 years or more old.
You're both referring to the same things but using different terminology. Chronologically, there have been three retail releases of the MPX.
1. Initial MPX release (Gen 1) 2. Gen 2 release, I believe less than a year after the Gen 1 came out. Labeled the MPX-K and included a new lower, Keymod handguard, a slightly different magazine, and had a curved stock trigger. The new Gen 2 magazines have an FDE colored follower. 3. Updates to the Gen 2 for 2019. Some may call it Gen 3, Gen 2.5, etc but it only includes a few functional differences compared to the somewhat significant differences between the Gen 1 and 2. The change from Keymod to MLOK handguard, the 4.5 lb flat Timney trigger, and a folding vs collapsing brace.
Sig themselves called out Gen 1 vs Gen 2 with the first two releases but as far as I'm aware they have not officially referred to the model with changes for 2019 as "Gen 3". The latest ones use all the same components, parts as the Gen 2 except the three upgrades.