I had never used anything but the standard LPK/whatever-comes-from-the-factory AR trigger until I bought a rifle that already had a KE Arms one-piece trigger in it. I really liked it, but still had nothing else to really compare it to. Before I sold that rifle, I swapped the triggers from it and another gun, so I could keep that trigger. Not long after that, the trigger pins the gun I tossed the KE Arms trigger in kept walking out - enough to cause failures in a couple shots. I went to my LGS to grab an anti-walk pin set, but the only thing they had was a CMC trigger that came with anti-walk pins. I grabbed that, and figured I'd toss it in for the time being and order anti-walk pin set on Ebay.
now I REALLY love the CMC trigger for the one rifle, and the KE Arms works well in the other, too. CMC is definitely lighter, single-stage. the KE is, I think, a heavier but really short two-stage? not positive though.
Posts: 6729 | Location: Alpine, Ut | Registered: February 17, 2010
I usually use Chip McCormick triggers. I recently used a rise armament in my latest ar. It's a single stage 3.5lb trigger for about $140. I have about 3k rounds through it and have no issues so far. I prefer single stage "cassette" style triggers. In the off chance you lower isn't true it's still gtg.
Posts: 472 | Location: NE not new england | Registered: October 15, 2008
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