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I am really liking the budget PA10. Got an optic for it ( used Shepard Phaton) that was something I could afford and was not a chinese unit.

The package is performing very well.

The stock trigger is not horrible. But probably 6 pds or so and a bit gritty.

Think it will improve over time. But wondering if it could be improved upon.

I do not want to spend a bunch of $ on it right now.

Any options out there?

Thanks guys.



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For around $100 the Larue unit is hard to beat.





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Is it an easy install in an PSA AR10?



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Originally posted by old rugged cross:
Is it an easy install in an PSA AR10?
Yeah. 2 pins. 5 or 6 minutes.
 
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So basically any run of the mill AR trigger will go in a basic PSA Ar10.

It was mentioned earlier in a trigger thread that PSA use's their Ept trigger in their AR10's. I do not think that is true.

My Ar10 and another AR I have with the ept are substantially different. The Ept is 10 times better.



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