Description

Enhanced Nickel Teflon Trigger Assembly. Our Enhanced Trigger assemblies are built on a traditional MIL-Spec foundation with some key upgrades for increased performance. All components are sourced from contractors that meet or exceed military specifications. Triggers and hammers are made from 8620 steel and properly heat treated. Trigger sear surfaces maintain correct geometry and are polished prior to heat treatment to ensure that surface hardened material is not removed. Triggers, hammers and disconnectors receive our proprietary electroless Nickel Teflon finish for increased lubricity and corrosion protection. The final step involves lightly buffing the Nickel Teflon on the trigger sear surface, giving the trigger a grit free pull and crisp break without compromising the base metal.

We’ve taken it a step further and hand selected hammer springs that keep the pull weight on the low end of the spectrum. Every single trigger assembly is checked with a pull gauge to ensure that pull weight is between 5 to 5 1/2 pounds.

Highlights:

All components are machined and heat treated to Mil-Spec

Mil-Spec geometry and reliability

Trigger sear surfaces are polished before heat treatment

Proprietary Nickel Teflon Finish

Nickel Teflon is lightly buffed, giving the trigger a grit free pull and crisp break without compromising the base metal

Springs are hand selected to produce a 5 to 5 1/2 Pound Trigger Pull

Comes With:

Trigger
Hammer
Disconnector
Trigger and hammer pins
Trigger, hammer, and disconnector springs

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With JP springs or kaw valley springs you can get great results after polishing the PSA EPT trigger a little bit. I have several and have had good success doing this.

https://youtu.be/AH5uKIw0g9Q

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Great trigger. I see comparisons to PSA’s version. I run both and they appear different. Meaning not the same manufacture. The machining and finish on this one is better. I have two of these and they both have less creep than the PSA version. Both seem to have similar pull weight but I don’t have gauge. Both are great triggers for money though. I also have a Bcm pnt in my recce. This trigger is on par both fit and finish. Save the extra $20 and pick this up. Or spend the extra $50 and pick up the Cmc Lantac when on sale at primary arms. Hands down best trigger for under $100 anywhere! Amazing.. I’ve picked up two the last 3 months when they’ve been on sale. One flat and one bowed. I actually like the bowed version the best. I can’t get use the flat pull and it’s hard going back and forth between normal curves triggers.

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Same item as Palmetto for 29 shipped...

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Or just buy the exact same thing from Palmetto for $29.99 free shipping

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I wanna pull the trigger... Pun intended. But can't jusstify the $8 shipping

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No First Class USPS option yet..... $7.10 Priority for me....

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Right to bear has been a good company to buy from, this is interesting to me and by the reviews seems a good trigger, etc should have a package with their gripscrew trigger adjuster and jp or kaw valley springs

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Why is this posted as a deal when this is normal price?

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The first one I bought (almost 3 years ago) was excellent. Totally blown away. Bought 2 more. Either their quality control went away or I got extraordinarily unlucky this time. They're both TERRIBLE. Gritty. Heavy. Much worse than mil-spec. I'll polish them and try again. Will report back with results.

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they said about 8 months ago, that they used to polish them before coating, but they no longer do that step.

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Long-term update from my original comments:

The initial 6lb average pull has broken in after several hundred rounds and now runs an extremely consistent 4.4-4.5lb (Mil-Comm TW25B light application at the lube points for reference). Still no slack and a small bit of creep before it breaks, but zero grittiness and smooth pull to break.

Easily the best 'standard'-type AR FCG I own (comparing to standard 'mil-spec', PSA's nickle, ALG's nickle, and two WMD NiBX FCGs). I run mostly CMC drop-ins for my single-stage FCGs, and Geissele (or LaRue MBT-2S) for my two-stage, but this little gem is great for an improved trigger on basic carbine builds.

Still holding out for more NP3 BCGs...

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Aspire727. I'm from California 94538 not a great area to shoot a AR. I moved up to Shasta county, much better for being a gun owner even though it is still CA

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Aspire727. I'm from California 94538 not a great area to shoot a AR. I moved up to Shasta county, much better for being a gun owner even though it is still CA

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These are nice triggers. Smooth as silk and crisp 4.5 lb break.

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Double Post, My Bad.

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California, 94539

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94538 native here, where do you shoot?

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Interested in picking one up to compare to the PSA version but I refuse to pay $8.50 to ship something that could be sent First Class for $2.62.

Heck, even if you used a small Flat Rate Priority box it would cost less.

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We're working on implementing a First Class option. Should be available in the next few days. $8.50 seems a little high. What state are you in?

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Thought I'd update after a fair bit more shooting. Not sure of an exact round count but surely above 500. It's been smooth and consistent, nice clean break and crisp tactile reset. No evidence of wear I can find at this point. It's not a $200 target trigger but my fingers aren't that sensitive! Besides it's not in a precision rifle but a 2-3 MOA AR. I'm very happy and will buy more if the need ever arises.

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Looks like a great deal. Maybe my S&W MP 15x needs one?

EDIT: Ok, grabbed one today. Bought a vice block off eBay...would of bought it off Right to Bear Arms, but didn't see one on their site.

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Got a tracking # to a package that actually shipped...same day I paid.

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I do and our customers hold more value to us than anything else.

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Thanks. Just remember who your customers are.

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How long can you promote an "intro price" ???

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You'll be OK.

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Just installed mine. What it's not: a $235 target trigger. With that out of the way, it's worth every penny. GREAT DEAL. Crisp break, no comparison to the stock AR trigger. I have several ar15's and hell, at this price I plan to put one in all of them. Very even finish, and came with pins, no big deal, but nice if you have a stripped lower.

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Great trigger. Military geometry for reliability, nicely polished and nickel Teflon coated for SMOOTH. These triggers are all we use now and we are a multiple black rifle family.
RTB is one of my favorite retailers for AR parts, their customer service is just outstanding- over and above.
So to recap; Great trigger, wonderful dealer.

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Here is a review of the RTB trigger for another data point. It looks like a pretty good deal, for a non-target trigger: http://realisticpreparedness.com/enhanced-nickel-teflon-trigger-assembly...

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I finished an aero precision M5 308 and side charging 556. Picking up two more of these bad boys. I took out my one ar last weekend with a rise armament drop in trigger and compared it side by side with pretty much the same AR but with one of these triggers and litterly had a hard time telling difference. The rise trigger is a little lighter, almost to light for me and the reset is a bit quicker. But for less than half the price i will take this one all day long. Don't get me wrong if I'm doing 700 yard precision shooting I would spend the money on a couple hundred dollar trigger but for most of my builds this is perfect. I used to run Geissle SSA's in everything but it gets old spending $250 on a trigger with pins....

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Thank you for the great review!!

With any standard trigger setup and 7.62x39 you run the risk of light primer strikes. In my experience, the best thing to do is use an enhanced firing pin. Which is essentially a tad bit longer and mimics an AK firing pin.

They're usually called 7.62x39 enhanced AR firing pins.

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***update*** finely finished new 556 pistol build using spikes and aero precision. This is a great trigger!!! I can't compare to other "similar types" as only have drop in or stock mil spec on all my AR's but this is an excellent inbetween option. Feels great, crisp, smooth, and for the price you can't go wrong. I picked up the LPK they sell with this tigger for $69 I think... Great value... I am in the process of building another pistol but this time running 7.62x39. Anyone have experience using use this trigger with red army? Any issues with light primer strikes on decent steel cased ammo? I will not be running anything with brim primers or super cheap crappy steel. I would rather go this route then hyper for $85 but concerned about strike issues... Guess I could use the new lower I just finished with my 16 inch 7.62x39 upper but that would be to easy I guess;). Any experience guys, save me trip to the range..

I bought some other items from these guys as well. Great company and great experience so I will use them again as I'm starting to order kit for new build today..

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Great vendor. I have purchased many things from them and have nothing but good things to say. I am planning on purchasing a few of these triggers to compare to my BCM trigger that I just installed. A friend bought this and really liked it so for half the cost I will probably replace 4 triggers with these.

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Just picked one up that is part of complete LPK for $69 plus a low pro gas block for $15. Using on a new lower cost build. If I like this trigger I plan on installing on my 2 other lower end AR's. I love Geissele and try to run the whenever possible but I am looking for something decent sub $75.... We shall see. Great reviews.

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Forgive my curiosity, but who is the "S" rollmark?

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Purchased 3 of these based on reviews here and price point. It's no $200 trigger, but a huge improvement over a LPK spec trigger. Probably equal to my ADK Arms trigger, and better than the ALG QMS. Add in a pistol grip/trigger adjustment screw and you've got a pretty nice range gun trigger for $50. Keep up the good work 'Right to Bear'!

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By the way, "bait and switch" are harsh words. Let's not jump to conclusions.

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Sorry about that. The deal of the day has an automatic expiration date.

I JUST RESET IT. It's definitely NOT a bait and switch.

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Price is higher on website. Wanted to order 4 now I feel like its a bait and switch.

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Awesome trigger. Received it fast and installed it same day. If you have ever installed a trigger, this is an easy install. If not, just search on YouTube, it's not hard. Nice smooth pull that is a great upgrade from the mil-spec one. Also matches my Nickel Teflon upper receiver from RTB. Soon to order another one for the other AR15. This was my third order from RTB and I've been happy everytime.

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Thank you for your business!!

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Thank you.

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It's like changing out any other AR trigger. If you're not confident with your ability to change an AR trigger then you should definitely seek a qualified gunsmith.

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Interesting. I figured Right To Bear would have answered my question. Looks like they jumped over it.

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Thank you!! Please help spread the word.

We have to sell a lot of them in order to maintain this price point.

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If you're not a gun smith, how hard is this to install? Does it come with directions?
Thanks.

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Bus,

Check out the install video from Brownells. You'll need tools to remove your hand grip (watch out for the spring and pin, they can and will fly), and some pin punches to tap out/in the trigger and hammer pins.

http://www.brownells.com/GunTech/Brownells-How-to-Install-An-AR-15-M16-T...

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When PSA put their nickle plated triggers on sale for $30 I bought 6 of them (unfortunately). I orderded one of these to compare to the PSA nickle trigger and the ALG ACT. After comparing this to the other triggers it blew away the PSA nickle trigger and was the exact same as the ALG ACT for half the cost. It also had a lower pull weight than the ALG trigger. If you thinking about getting this trigger you should buy one for every single AR you have because they are hands down the best mil spec option out there for the cost. Again, they are the same or better than the ALG ACT for half the cost. Impressive!

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Thanks for sharing. My PSA is real nice compared to regular trigger but if it can be better, I will try one of these next time.

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Very impressed. Feels just as good as the ALG Enhanced triggers but at a much better price. This is a huge improvement over a mil spec trigger and I highly recommend it. Also shipping has been excellent on my orders and zero custom service issues or complaints.

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