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610ck
12-27-2010, 20:38
I'm thinking of getting this http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct/default.aspx?productNumber=337824 trigger. It would be my first after market 2 stage trigger. Would it be hard to install? Would the trigger pull be too light? What do you guys think?

Deployment Solu
12-27-2010, 21:00
I have that trigger in my SI Defense 22" Match AR10. It is a great trigger. I have several friends that shoot Hi-Power that swear by them!!!

I did have to mill the sides of my receiver(on the inside) just a bit. The receiver is so tight (cnc'd out of billet aluminum), it wouldn't allow the trigger pin to move. Usually a drop -in in most receivers.

Well worth the money!!!

MARSH1
12-27-2010, 21:21
What kind of use. That is a very light match trigger. Great for off the bench or Bipod but too light for a defensive rig. They make several others to fit different roles. We stock their full line.

Marshall

610ck
12-27-2010, 21:53
What kind of use. That is a very light match trigger. Great for off the bench or Bipod but too light for a defensive rig. They make several others to fit different roles. We stock their full line.

Marshall
for bench/bipod shooting, but if needed for hd as well. I just want it to feel like the best possible trigger everytime I shoot it.

surf
12-27-2010, 22:15
If you feel you need a trigger the non adjustable SSA or E trigger would be better suited for HD and is still a very good choice in a bench rifle.

furioso2112
12-27-2010, 22:19
I have one in an Essential Arms lower - fit just right first time in - feels great.

MrMurphy
12-28-2010, 00:36
For your stated purposes, the SSA. You don't need a freaking 2 pound trigger in a house fight.

NeverMore1701
12-28-2010, 04:41
I love my SSA-E, but wouldn't want to go any lighter for a SD/HD gun.

G27RR
12-28-2010, 07:40
The SSA is a great trigger. It was the standard trigger on my OBR and I have since added them to two more ARs. It is plenty light for target shooting without being too light for HD or the field.

610ck
12-28-2010, 11:47
awesome thanks for the insight guys.

BBJones
12-29-2010, 10:24
I love Geissele triggers but that would not be my choice for your use. Look into the SD models midway has on sale. SD-C (C=combat) would probably be your best bet (or the SSA as others have mentioned). The E versions (E=enhanced) are more for precision work but would work as well.

Singlestack Wonder
12-29-2010, 16:09
Another vote for the SSA.....

HAIL CAESAR
12-29-2010, 17:30
For your stated purposes, the SSA. You don't need a freaking 2 pound trigger in a house fight.

:goodpost:

B.Reid
12-29-2010, 19:19
Midway has them $25.00 off, just got the email!