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LARUE MBT SALE

1 @ $80 ea.

3 @ $75 ea.

5 @ $70 ea.

Discount taken when added to cart. Mix and match
different triggers works as well.



LaRue Tactical MBT-2S Trigger
In a world of instantly M.I.M.'d rifle and pistol components, we threw on the brakes, slowed to a walk, and built 2-stage triggers out of solid S7 tool steel plates. Meticulous triggers built by our staff toolmakers ... without a stopwatch in sight.

No question, we’re particular about accuracy. Everyone knows that one of the smartest improvements an AR-owner can do to their rifle is a precision trigger upgrade. Everyone also knows that LaRue Tactical has a track-record of doing things right. The LaRue MBT-2S was purposefully designed and manufactured to render the greatest benefits from our legendary line of accurate rifles. The MBT-2S can also replace the stock trigger on any mil-spec AR lower receiver.

Sparing no expense, all major components are precision-machined from S7 Tool Steel. The result of this extra effort is a glass-smooth, hyper-consistent trigger that will satisfy even the most scrupulous competition shooter, but also be overly rugged for the battlefield. The MBT-2S breaks crisply at 4.5 lbs (2.5 lb first stage, 2 lb second stage) and has a smooth and positive reset. Each trigger comes with an additional "heavy" trigger spring that increases the pull weight to 6 lbs.

Made in-house, in Texas, in the USA.

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I just had a very refreshing experience with Debbie in “accounts receivable”. I had given them the wrong credit card expiration date. They called me a few times yesterday and we played phone tag but she called me today and was super patient with me and made sure everything was taken care of and let me know that it would be shipped out today. I told her I would definitely let someone know that I had an experience with a manufacturer in our industry that was actually positive LOL. Very cool business. FYI, I am generally pretty critical of most businesses and the way they deal with their customers so the fact I’m saying anything positive is pretty unique. Thank you Debbie

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Anyone use this with reduced power springs?

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Yes. I use a JP reduced power spring on my flat bow single stage. It makes a nice bit of a difference and I’m very happy with the trigger now, especially after getting some rounds through it. Just note, I only used the reduced power trigger spring and left the hammer spring and sear spring that came with it in place. Don’t want to risk light primer strikes.

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Cool, thanks for the feedback

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Cool, thanks for the feedback

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I love my La Rue trigger

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Same price its been for months, nothing special. Watch out for backorder after ordering.

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Yeah, I placed an order three weeks ago and it's still showing as backordered.........

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Now I know why people pay $160 for one at my local shop...it’s available

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I just got a new MBT-2S for $65 shipped from an individual selling it, he never installed it. So glad I bought, it's a fantastic trigger.

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I got one with flat trigger last week I love it. Just need to save up to get 3 more.

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how long did it take to ship ?

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Big props to LaRue for not hiking their prices. These guys make some of the highest quality, triggers, scope mounts, barrels, uppers, and rifles in the industry, and are still charging the same prices they did before the pandemic. Thank You, LaRue.

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When will the single stage be back in stock?

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The single stage was a complete letdown for me. Too heavy and a lot of creep. Get the 2 stage, it's amazingly good.

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You should order one if not for anything but the extra shit Larue pops in the box.

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Like what? Just curious, I’ve ordered three times and just got my part and the receipt.

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I got tired of waiting so I ordered a couple of the 2 stage.

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Put this two stage in an old Bushmaster (pre Remington) lower with a Spikes Tactical upper a few weeks ago. It is lighter and more precise than the factory trigger. That got me to doing comparisons between the rest of my mil spec triggers, side by side. Two DPMS and a Colt. All of them actually have good factory triggers considering they have low use. I'm thinking I can just play around with the springs and they'll all be fine for my needs.

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Pretty nice trigger, especially for the price. Crisp break, little over travel, and a very short and positive reset. I have two. While it is a much better/smoother trigger than a mil-spec, it was a little heavier pull than I was expecting. I ended up replacing the trigger spring with a JP reduced power, which took about a pound off. Much much better in that configuration. Left the hammer spring that came with it in place due to fears of light primer strikes. Would definitely recommend, especially with the lighter trigger spring.

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Which spring did you try out of the LaRue box? There are two springs already in the package.

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Exactly my question.... I have one too that came with 2 different springs and I used the lighter spring and have 0 complaints.

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Ordered 1/10/20, recieved Today 1/18/20. Had similar results 3 months ago. Would/will order again. Then again would order again if it took 2 months.

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I’m amazed this deal is still going strong. I snagged 3 when it first came up as the usual price was $87.

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So I guess I'll be the first to say the two stage is not a great trigger for my use. But I do realize I'm not the average AR shooter. If you want a crisp slightly below milspec trigger than yes this is a nice trigger. But only slightly better than a factory milspec stag arms trigger. If you have a factory SW, PSA or lower end AR then yes big improvement. I like the crispness of the two stage but the pull at 5lbs on my long range AR that I need consistent .5 moa groups, isn't gonna cut it. The trigger is too far, which is great for a slap shooter but again not for my situation. I need a bare minimum 3lbs trigger. So if you are building a dmr don't buy this, get a single stage 3.5lbs and turn the center Allen back out until you are at 3lbs. You won't get a trigger reset every time but if you click the trigger forward after every shot then you are gtg.

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My experience is absolutely not what you’ve described here. In fact, complete opposite.

I’m not saying you’re wrong, as you’ve posted your experience and opinion. I just can’t agree with your opinion based on my experience.

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Agree, he is talking about it's ok for a "slap shooters" and "just better than a mil-spec trigger"...I've seen and read many reviews about his trigger on La Rue, and $100 says this freaking buy can't hit shit with a $150 - $200 Timney or Geissele trigger.....full of shit. I have more expensive triggers, and this holds up to those.

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I have this trigger, and I love it. I have two SSA-Es, as well, and over time they've gotten too light. Would replace them with MBTs if I had the extra cash.

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Mine averages, over 10 pulls, at 2 pounds, 12 ounces. Well under your 3 lbs. requirement and resets every time. If you're using the light trigger spring and getting 5 pounds pulls, I would be looking into what's wrong with that lower.

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lol

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Get the 2 stage. You won’t even notice it. It’s a great trigger PERIOD. As an operator I can recommend it. (Operator of what? Exactly.)

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Price drop to $70 is if you buy 5 or more. 1 is still at $80.

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Had I known that $80 was a temp price drop (sale) and not a price reduction, I would have bought (6) instead of (3). Very nice trigger!

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Buy 5 right now @ $70 a piece

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Just got 3 @ $75 a piece nice deal.. they came gift wrapped, w

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Now that I've had some time with it, I can say for certain that I am NOT impressed with the single stage trigger. I love the 2-stage Larue but this single stage is not much of an improvement over the standard mil-spec triggers that come in LPK's. I tried it in 5 different lowers, excessive creep in all of them. And, as expected, if you adjust the creep out via a grip set screw the safety will not engage. Seriously, get the 2S.

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Sadly I have to agree with you. Pull weight was waaay to high for me, especially when compared with the 2 stage models. I replaced the hammer spring with a lighter unit and got it to something I could live with but that only exacerbated the unacceptable amount of creep. Unless they go back to the drawing board and make a V2 just stick with the 2 stage.

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I ordered the 2 stage trigger when it was $87. Price dropped to $80 shortly after. Shipping was fast. I really like it. The trigger pull feels consistent. Travel stops, and a nice clean break. There is a stop right before the break which I like (no surprises) which doesn't take much effort to pull through. It takes more effort than the Geiselle SSA-E trigger, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. I just recently bought a few things from LaRue (Aimpoint mount, hand guard, trigger, and barrel). Everything I bought has been excellent--exceeding my expectations.

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This trigger is nice!

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Have any of you ordered the single stage trigger? I placed my order on 6/6 and it still shows backordered. Wondering if the delay is due to the single stage trigger.

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Same backordered status on a 6/5 single stage trigger as well. But I don't care...as excellent as this trigger will be, for only $80, it's still worth it!!!

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Also ordered mine on 6/5, it came in yesterday 07/24.

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Placed the order for my first one yesterday. Traditionally used to the enhanced mil-spec triggers from PSA & RTB. Tried one of these out at the range a few weeks back, back-to-back with a SSA-E. Preferred the SSA-E, but this was like 90% of that, and MUCH better than what I’m used to. Installing this on my AR-10. All-in cost was $87.95 with standard shipping.

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Bought one along with my buddy. Ordered, shipped, and delivered within 5 days! Very pleased!

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I wish Larue would make a fire-pin blocker for MCX.

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I now am the proud owner of 5 of these , Thanks gun.deals my wallet and wife hate you. Its deals like these that's gonna cause me to live under a bridge and be divorced. Meh ,at least I will have my kick ass firearms.

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how would this feel vs JoeBob trigger screw adjuster?

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2 different worlds. The MBT has a light take up and light crisp break. The joe bob screw just pushes the trigger assembly to remove creep. If installed improperly, it can either lock the safety or slamfire

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Same price for the flat face trigger, two flat trigger versions cost $167 shipped. I love the curved trigger version and I'm excited to try the flat.

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Down to $80 now??? LaRue must have a grudge with Geissele and is trying to put them under...every bit as good at a fraction of the cost. I have 3 of them and all feel equally amazing. Hands down the best deal on an AR trigger you will ever find. My last one shipped within a week so there is no waiting. And looking at their site there is finally a single stage model!!!

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