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    Default Anyone use a Trigger....

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    I do - it was extremely satisfactory. They pretty much exactly met their goals with the design, and mine has been reliable and excellent in feel.

    Additionally the quality of the machining etc was quite good.

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    Good to hear a satisfied customer. What is your pull weight set at? Does the feel stay consistent?
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    A coworker of mine is wanting to become a dealer for them and brought a lower in with the adjustable trigger group. I’ll probably pick one up with the curved trigger face. It’s a very well made and engineered component that employs a neutral, crisp break on the second stage that’s similar to my Harrison Design 1911 True Radius sear.
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    I got the fixed pull weight model. It's more than enough trigger to shoot .25 moa out of a nice gas gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectorsc View Post
    I got the fixed pull weight model. It's more than enough trigger to shoot .25 moa out of a nice gas gun.
    Is that the one on your 18" SPR? If so, it's stupid nice.
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    It's the one on the JP LRP07

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectorsc View Post
    It's the one on the JP LRP07
    That one's nice too.
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