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GOODWIN

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What's best for the money out there? Looking to let me kids (6yo) start deer hunting with an AR. The trigger I have is horrible. Probably something crisp around 3-4 lbs.
 
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Have you used this trigger before? Can't beat the price for sure - wondering if anyone has any experience with this company.
 

HTROutdoors

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What's best for the money out there? Looking to let me kids (6yo) start deer hunting with an AR. The trigger I have is horrible. Probably something crisp around 3-4 lbs.
Hyperfire 2.5 pounds it is AMAZING. Reasonably priced too. Never had an issue. Its on my 450 Bushmaster i built. So it can take the abuse.
 

maddhatter82

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Have you used this trigger before? Can't beat the price for sure - wondering if anyone has any experience with this company.
I have 4, 2 straight and 2 curved. I don’t have a scale but it’s definitely 1000% better than a stock trigger. Hardly any take up Very little creep/ almost nonexistent over travel. Crisp break.
 

backyardtndeer

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This is the one I got. Can't beat it for the price IMO. Not sure is the price is still the same tho. And they had free shipping when I got mine as well. Still a good affordable trigger for a drop in.
Just got an email yesterday, Brownells has this drop in ra on sale https://www.brownells.com/rifle-par...rs/ar-15-super-sport-triggers-prod138664.aspx. I have not used these so cannot give a review, but based on other reviews for a drop in it is probably a good deal.
 

Jcalder

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Whoever suggested the rise armament trigger, thank you! Mine isn’t as low as some, nor as low as it claims to be, but it beats the 9pounds my trigger was at. Huge improvement.
 

Dennis

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I had the same requirement as you, and I bought this one: https://shopwilsoncombat.com/Tactical-Trigger-Unit-Single-Stage-Semi-Auto/productinfo/TR-TTU/

I haven’t measured but it says it is 4 lb. It is super crisp - no creep. Easy to install.

This was a hunting rig. I thought that, in cold weather with gloves, I didn’t want too light of a trigger. If I was target shooting or shooting from a blind, I would probably have bought something around 2 lb instead.
 

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