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@rainman, email me your address and I'll lend you a brand-new MBT for a couple weeks, no charge!

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Originally posted by rainman64:
I changed my post.
I USED to hate 2 stage.
But from what I hear about the MBT, I wanted to try it on my match grade rifle to see if it improves my accuracy.




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Aside from a lone Geissele for a large pin Colt lower, all of my ARs have Wilson Combat TTUs installed.

I've been using these for about eight or more years now. I'm firmly sold on them.




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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.


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I shot an AR Gold flat trigger earlier this year and it was fantastic. I only had my AR with an ACT with me, but I wish I had my AR with my SSA with me.

The AR Gold had a very clean break and a short reset. It definitely felt like a more expensive trigger than my ACT, but not sure it was worth the extra $200.



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For me, I like the Larue triggers a whole lot and have them in 4 guns. I did keep an ACT trigger in my Colt for home defense.
 
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Originally posted by JohnV:
Love my MBT from LaRue. Bought it on this forums recommendation.


Same here, tried one out on the forum recommendation and loved it. Have since put them in all my AR's. For the price point there is no competition IMO.
 
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LaRue's MBT is my favorite. Purchased my fist for $99 when it was on sale. Purchased 3 more the time they were on sale for that price.
 
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I guess I am going to have to try an MBT out with all the praise of them, now to wait for the $99 sale again.


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I guess I am going to have to try an MBT out with all the praise of them, now to wait for the $99 sale again.


I wouldn't be surprise to see a "labor day" sale coming up soon.



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I've sent a couple off to Bill Springfield for tuning.
 
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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.
 
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I have one of the Paul Howe Wilson Combat triggers in one of my ARs. After seeing all the posts regarding the LaRue MBT I think I will have to install one on my other AR
 
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Geissele SSA and SSA-E in all my rifles.


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FYI:

Larue MBT on sale $99

http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...935/m/1980086224/p/3


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I have the Geissele SSA-E in all my semi auto's except for 1 AR Gold. I prefer the Geissele trigger.
 
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I'm surprised nobody has been a smartass yet and said Geissele SSF. I'd like to try an SSA, and a buddy of mine claims its ALG counterpart is nearly as good.
 
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No mention of the Elftman?

This trigger is amazing.

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.c...al-drop-in-triggers/

https://www.google.com/amp/www...trigger-roundup/amp/


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