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Old 03-20-2017, 07:23 PM
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What do you think is best for bench shooting
Smith and Wesson M&P AR-22 sport
I want to upgrade the trigger, and usually shoot with a 2 stage trigger.
Thinking of a light 2lb two stage trigger for my ar-22..
Or should I get a single stage trigger for a rimfire..Does it make a difference
Thought, suggestions
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:09 PM
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Difficult question!

Triggers are a personal preference.I believe there isn't an answer to it.Some people like a trigger with a little creep. Some like a trigger that is very light and some like a trigger that when you reach a certain poundage it falls as a surprise.I would say get the trigger that feels the way YOU like it.My opinion the triggers I have on my arms may not be to your liking.Rod
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Old 03-21-2017, 04:36 AM
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100% correct, and yet 100% unhelpfully...Hahaha..
I guess I just need to purchase something and see if I like it..
I like the single stage hoped fire@ 2.5 lbs.
And the much cheaper RRA NM 2 stage @2.5 lbs.for 90$ .. Uggggg!
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Old 03-23-2017, 06:09 PM
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Geissele makes a NM trigger also. For bench or precision you want a 2 stage trigger not a single stage because a single stage is not always consistent. 2-stage because you want to be able to prep your shot. Most of my ARs have speed triggers like Geissele or JP but the 20" barreled 6.8 SPC II I built for DMR uses a RRA NM and that works fine for that.
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Old 03-24-2017, 02:39 AM
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Well thank goodness I didn't order a trigger yet..I know RRA makes good stuff , and I found one of there NM 2 stage trigger for 88$ ..Instead of the 250$ for a drop in ..I think I'll go with the RRA , and spend the money saved on a few bricks of ammo:

I like the feel of a good trigger, I have Jewell 4 oz., Shilen 2 oz. In some bench guns..Love em light..But it's hard for me to justify the cost in a 400$ gun..
But I guess that hasn't stopped me before..It can make a 400$ feel like a 1000$ gun..
I just need to go shoot..Been in the house to long sitting around thinking ..
I could also use some sunny, warm weather..
Haha..Ohio sucks right now...
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