Description

DETAILS
SKU 5165491664
Platform: AR
Pull Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Trigger Type: Drop-In Single Stage
Housing Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
Bow Style: Curved

FEATURES
The PSA Custom Drop-In AR Single Stage Curved Bow 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.

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I have one of the PSA 2 stage triggers, it’s nickel coated. I like it, however it’s the first upgraded trigger I’ve purchased. Everyone raves about La Rue, i’ll have to try one of theirs next. I think this would be a great trigger, but I’m already hooked on 2 stage setups

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PSA CAN be great. Their AK is fantastic, esp. when compared to a WASR & CA build. But - why not spend the extra $10 & get a LaRue? Take your pick, their 1 & 2 stage are $89. Diffr'nt Strokes for different folks, I guess. Just a suggestion.

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Put this one in your lowers PSA.

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I put one in my PSA 20” 6.5 grendal ; )

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Looks interesting,,, this guy reviewed it
https://youtu.be/ySd036lKkRg

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"This guy", actually has two review videos on this trigger. The first is dry-fire only, where he reveals that PSA sent him the trigger free, for him to review. The second review is live-fire, where he eventually admits he is "affiliated" with PSA. Apparently, he and Chad Wylie, the CEO of PSA, are good friends. I concluded this after watching a third video the reviewer posted of him attending a big PSA bash in South Carolina. It shows him joking around with his buddy Chad. I continue to be amazed at what I can learn when I take the time to do a little research, and I hope you find my comments informative.

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Not going to thumbs down this post, but why do this when MBT-2S is an option for less?

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larue component trigger is 4.5# (2.5 + 2)
psa cassette trigger is listed as 3.5#
If you think the PSA isn’t a good product that’s one thing and you may be right, but people pay gunsmiths all the time to drop a pound off triggers.

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What's this "No Name Crap". If you want to post a comment, you should muster the courage to identify yourself.

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It’s a comment board duncan, no cares about your real name except little kids or weirdos. Just the quality of your post, that’s all that matters

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Yeah, show me a computerized trigger plot better than the MBT2S and cheaper and then I'll take a look.

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