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SKU: 116055
UPC: 810022923252
MFR#: 116055

- Platform: AR
- Trigger Type: Flat
- Pull Weight: 3.5 lbs.
- Pull Type: Single-Stage
- Housing Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
- Finish: Black

The PSA Custom Match Grade AR 3.5 lb. The trigger is designed and engineered with the highest quality standards. Built in a convenient drop-in design, even newcomers to the AR world can integrate this into their build for an easy and significant upgrade. You will feel a definitive difference over your old trigger with a lighter, crisp clean break and a short reset for more accurate shot placement. Upgrade your Mil-Spec factory AR-15 trigger now to experience the difference.

Features:
- Anti-Walk Pin Set included
- 3.5 lbs. Smooth, Crisp trigger pull with a short reset
- Full Power Hammer Spring
- Custom Flat Trigger Bow Design
- Unique 1-piece design
- Quick Easy installation
- Manufactured from high quality, US certified materials
 
** While this trigger has been tested to work with the PSA Gen 4 9mm BCG, we unfortunately cannot confirm its compatibility with other manufacturers BCGs.
 
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PSA has just made a huge investment to become a start to finish manufacturer. They are dribbling out a line of high end parts to which this is one. It’s amazing what they are doing. They just hired Daniel Defense’s barrel maker (whatever you call the head barrel making guy) away from DD as well. Amazing outfit.

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This may be a great trigger, maybe not. Problem is the trigger market is saturated. Yes, this looks similar to a CMC trigger, at the same price, but there are a few specific differences making me think this is not a CMC. Primary arms does have the CMC trigger on sale at this price right now. If this PSA trigger was a CMC rebadged than PSA should tell us so we will trust it and be willing to pay the CMC price. If not, we assume it is a generic and is unproven, with no marketing being done. There is a place for generics but they must be priced significantly lower. At about $90 PSA might sell these. At CMC prices, people will prefer to buy CMC.

I wont bother to compare this against the Larue mbt since that has been done. These aren't direct comparisons, being a drop in cartridge, vs separate trigger and hammer, but in function of course they may be very similar which would be a great thing because the larue is a great trigger. problem again is this is a higher priced, unproven, unmarketed, and considered a generic by anyone with even a general knowledge of AR triggers.

To be clear, I'm not trashing the trigger. I dont know anything about it.
In fact I'm a PSA fan and have spent over $10k with them over past 8 years or so.
They have a solid place in the market. I have evaluated dozens of triggers over the years and would even presume to state I've tried and evaluated every mainstream trigger under $200, except for a few generic rebrands and newer items such as this one. PSA needs to take a hint from recently new manufacturers and send out some products for evaluation. This market is driven mostly by word of mouth, through about half a dozen forums and major retailers where people provide reviews and comparisons. Many of us purchase these items on our own dime just to then give honest feedback on those web forums. I for one will not be paying full retail to do PSA the favor of then providing a free evaluation of this trigger.
Enough sad.

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That is exactly what I thought. I was in market for this kind of trigger. I know CMC works. I have it on my rifles and I favor it over anything else. After years of use and thousands of rounds on my favorite rifle one of them is sitting at 2 pounds and never let me down. Over many years I tested many triggers and finally honed in on CMC. Why would I want to pay the same price for unknown PSA trigger and gamble. Realistically if this trigger was around $85 I would buy it just for fun to test it on my next project. But for $120 I know from empirical testing that CMC will do the best job for me.
I regularly buy things from PSA and they have great products. They are good company. But this trigger is unproven and a bit expensive for what it is.

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I'll try it

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Looking at this trigger it appears to be a CMC-made-for-PSA. Looks like they just trimmed the package down the sides, but the hammer, and internals (that I can see) look just like my CMC triggers w/ a straight skeletonized trigger bow.

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Please allow me to point you in the right direction if you are looking for a great trigger at an affordable price. Go to www.larue.com. There you will find their MBT-2S trigger for $80 plus $6.99 shipping. You will also find almost 1300 reviews written by people that own this trigger. A high percentage of these reviews were written by veteran AR shooters, who know their shit, so take a few minutes to read what they have to say. My best guess, is that you will find it almost impossible not to order a LaRue..

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Thanks for the recommendation! I have Giessle SSE 2S on my 300BO that this may just be on par with under 100.00; ordered it!

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I was going to say the same thing but they're not Apples to Apples since the LaRue is a 2 stage trigger. Love my Larue MBT's.

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LaRue just came out with single stage triggers as well....the MBT-1S in both curved and flat...I would take them over this any day.

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Nice. Didn't know they had done a single stage. Heading over to pick up one to try out now. Appreciated.

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https://palmettostatearmory.com/cmc-trigger-single-stage-tactical-flat-b...
Not willing to take a chance on this new offering given this CMC trigger is available for the same price. CMC makes quality triggers. I have several versions in multi caliber AR's and really like all of them.

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