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Tough, A2 steel-constructed drop-in trigger
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Pre-assembled in coated aluminum housing
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Trigger, disconnect, & hammer are heat-treated
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Includes anti-walk pins for lower receivers
Carved from high-quality A2 steel, the Patriot Ordnance Straight Drop-In Trigger System arrives pre-assembled in its hard-coated, anodized-aluminum housing, complete with rubber urethane feet, ready for immediate use in competition, hunting, and tactical applications straight out of the box. Trigger, disconnect, and hammer are nitride heat-treated to 70 Rockwell case hardness. Includes custom-fit, stainless-steel KNS Precision anti-walk pins for standard AR and POT-USA ambidextrous lower receivers. Not compatible with DPMS 308 lower receivers unless they utilize MIL-spec parts.

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It's the CURRENT YEAR and people are still posting crap from this shitlib company.

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*****BEWARE**** These guys have already begun closing stores that they opened in early 2018.
https://www.wpsdlocal6.com/2018/12/16/breaking-gander-outdoors-in-paduca...

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Good.

I see gouger mountain learned absolutely freaking nothing from their first round of closings.

What don't they get? Their business model seems to be "lets charge 20% more for everything just for the hell of it." In any given area, you quickly run out of people dumb enough to pay 20% more for stuff out of convenience.

Charging more online for no apparent reason is a death sentence.

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Hell of a deal. I bought mine a few months ago and it was $115. Worth it regardless, great trigger.

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Decent trigger. I have it on Sig Sauer MPX. Mine has a small "click" before reaching main wall. I am not sure if it is some kind of machining defect but it is almost like 2-stage. I would not run it on long distance gun.
I would say it is comparable to Velocity triggers. Not as good as Timney or my favorite CMC single stage. After all this years my most accurate ARs have CMC.

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Send it back, mine is super clean break.

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I've installed POF triggers in 3 of my ARs and LOVE them! I also have two Timney triggers in ARs and these are just as good IMO unless your looking at a serious competition build. Really like the fact that POF trigger housings have the urethane feet on the bottom which takes any wiggle movement between the lower & pins fit with the trigger assembly out of play.....all higher end drop in triggers should have this!

Well worth this price! If your considering one I'd grab it....doubt you'll find another comparable trigger near this price!

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In my brothers spikes 10.5 there is a little side to side movement in the retaining pins. In my PSA 10.5 there is no side to side movement in the retaining pins. Prob just because one is a little thicker than the other. Does not effect funtion at all. Great trigger for the price. no grit or take up in the trigger at all.

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Had this trigger in my factory POF for over a year and in my bcm as well, about 4000 rounds between the two guns. I would call it decent or good at best. My buddy went nuts over it and has it in all 3 of his ARs (to include a factory POF). With a sample set of 5 I can say and similar or comparable round counts I will say there is some inconsistency in function of all 5 of these triggers. They all start off with a lil grit but after close to 2500 rounds thru my BCM (the highest round count of all rifle mentioned) the grit is still there. The trigger fce is somewhat uncomfortable with extended firing. Also of note is if you plan to drop this in a forged lower, expect slop or play on the trigger pins side to side even with the KNS pin tightened down. It shines in a billet lower.

Overall it's an improvment over a milspec but my ALG with 4.5 spring can keep up just fine, feels smoother, has a crisper break, next to no grit as well less than half the cost. I love POF, but I would look to Hiper fire or the like if flat face triggers are on your radar.

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SCUM bag CEO who hates TRUMP and TRUMP supporters, do not spend a penny with this assholes company!

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Well shit! I picked up a ton of extra hours the last few weeks so I could pick up 3 of them. One for me, one for my old man, and an extra. I hate when companies

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Share their political views. How can they expect to keep the business of the people who are of the opposite views? I can’t stand Libs. And I used to be 1

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Yep. He told us not to shop there. Won't be getting any of my business. If you agreed with President Trump's comments about Charlottesville, then DO NOT SHOP at Camping World, Good Sam Enterprises, Gander Outdoors or The House Boardshop. These assholes need to learn to keep their political comments to themselves.

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Comes out to about $125 after tax in CA.. Still haven’t “Pulled the Trigger” literally and figuratively on this yet.. is it worth it? I know sometimes Primary has it on sale here and there for around $100ish.

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Same here in Florida. Surprised it isn't over $200 in CA with the tax, hell I'm surprised you can even buy a trigger with a pull of under 10lbs in CA haha

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Pretty great trigger IMO, the KNS trigger pins are nice added bonus. I really enjoy mine

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