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Drop in Triggers #15437014 11/20/20
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What drop in triggers do you all like. I have only used Velocity and am in the market for another trigger so looking for input

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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15437152 11/20/20
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I like my velocity. I’d be tempted to go that route again.


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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15437163 11/20/20
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Larue MBT2s is the best trigger for the money, IMO. I have a couple Geissele SSA-E's and prefer the Larue.

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The LaRue & the Geiselle are both very good 2-stage triggers but they are not drop-in's.

Best 2 that I've used are the Elftmann Match & the Rise 535; both are true drop-in, single action triggers.

The Elf is adjustable, the Rise is not; both have zero creep, almost no perceptible over-travel & a very fast reset.............but they are not cheap.

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Never had the Larue, but the Velocity is really nice.

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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15438217 11/21/20
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MM's right about the MBT2S and Geiselle SSAE not being "drop in" triggers. I use a CMC single stage, with the flat shoe, in one of my AR's and it works great. Never compared it to a rise armament or velocity, but it breaks clean at 3.5 pounds and is very smooth.


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I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style.

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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: bsa1917hunter] #15438378 11/21/20
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Originally Posted by bsa1917hunter
MM's right about the MBT2S and Geiselle SSAE not being "drop in" triggers.


Glad you confirmed that. Otherwise, I would've thought he was FOS. More typing to hear yourself talk, dumbfuck.

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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: bsa1917hunter] #15438679 11/21/20
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Originally Posted by bsa1917hunter
MM's right about the MBT2S and Geiselle SSAE not being "drop in" triggers. I use a CMC single stage, with the flat shoe, in one of my AR's and it works great. Never compared it to a rise armament or velocity, but it breaks clean at 3.5 pounds and is very smooth.


Ditto on the CMC. I recently installed one on a build. More than pleased and I think I paid $120 for it.


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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: GreatWaputi] #15439727 11/21/20
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Originally Posted by GreatWaputi
Originally Posted by bsa1917hunter
MM's right about the MBT2S and Geiselle SSAE not being "drop in" triggers.


Glad you confirmed that. Otherwise, I would've thought he was FOS. More typing to hear yourself talk, dumbfuck.

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Holy fu ck, you thought a Larue MBT2s and Geissele SSAE were "drop in" triggers. You are a stupid fu ck.. Pretty plain and simple. Next time you suggest something, know what you are talking about and pull your head out of your azz.


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I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style.

Originally Posted by Pharmseller
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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: GreatWaputi] #15439878 11/21/20
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I like the idea of price and 2 pins and you are in.

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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15440894 11/22/20
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Bought 2 rise 140's , they work all right but std pins won't hold them you need pins that have screws on the ends to prevent drift. Mb


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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: GreatWaputi] #15444873 11/23/20
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Originally Posted by GreatWaputi
Larue MBT2s is the best trigger for the money, IMO. I have a couple Geissele SSA-E's and prefer the Larue.



I have two Larue triggers. One on a Colt LE6920, and one on a home build 300 BO. They are a very robust design, and provide a substantial improvement in trigger pull.


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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: Beoceorl] #15445285 11/23/20
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Originally Posted by Beoceorl
Originally Posted by GreatWaputi
Larue MBT2s is the best trigger for the money, IMO. I have a couple Geissele SSA-E's and prefer the Larue.



I have two Larue triggers. One on a Colt LE6920, and one on a home build 300 BO. They are a very robust design, and provide a substantial improvement in trigger pull.

I have three of LaRues can't be beat for the money
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Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15445437 11/23/20
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I've had 2 LaRue's and went back to G2S's for 2 stage or SSP's for single stages.

Nothing wrong with LaRue, it's actually a very good trigger, especially for $89.

The RR NM is a good trigger as well, if you get a good one, I just happened to see enough bad ones back a few years ago that I won't buy another one.

If you pay attention, you can probably find the G2S for right at $100 this BF sale. I've never paid over $120 for one. The SSP triggers are $180ish on sale and I prefer them.

Drop in's, I'll leave them for others.

The absolute best trigger I've tried is the original Millazzo. BCM was selling one built off the original design but I have my doubts it'll be as good as the originals.

Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15446176 11/23/20
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I have a Rise and a CMC, for drop in cartridge trigger. I would buy another CMC before a Rise.
The CMC has a better feel. Both single stage triggers.

Re: Drop in Triggers [Re: rylee1] #15446373 11/23/20
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Rise make a variety of triggers from high end (RA-535) to several low end triggers.

Low end is low end................& there's usually a reason for the price differences.

LaRue's get a lot better with a lighter trigger spring, as well.

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