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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Is this good for an AR9 with blowback bolt and 7" barrel?

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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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If you're hooked on two-stage, the MBT is awesome (I have them in two of my rifles and have installed it in friends rifles). I also really like the G2S but the G2S has gone way up in price and the MBT has not (Thank you Larue for not jumping on the price gouging band wagon). I purchased this PSA trigger a couple weeks ago and I really like it for the price, creep is nearly non existent, crisp break and short reset, 3.5 lbs.

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Good info. Thanks for sharing.

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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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