Description

ELG stands for 'Enhanced Longitudinal Grind'. These new lower parts kits have set the standard when it comes to out-of-the-box mil-spec performance for Original Equipment Manufacturers. Now we're moving them to the retail markets.

At the heart of this kit stands the longitudinally-ground trigger, which is ground in-line with the direction of pull along the long axis of the trigger, and then finish-polished. This grind and polish provide these two significant advantages over standard mil-spec kits:
A smoother pull with reduced grittiness
An enhanced basis for performing a trigger job

100% USA Made

Mil-Spec Fire Control Group (Trigger, Hammer, Disconnector)
Mil-Spec spring kit
Hammer Spring
Trigger Spring
Disconnector Spring
Pivot Pin Spring
Takedown Pin Spring
Buffer Retainer Spring
Selector Spring
Bolt Catch Spring
Magazine Catch Spring
Mil-Spec Selector
Mil-Spec Bolt Catch
Mil-Spec Magazine Catch
Mil-Spec Small Parts Kit
Takedown Pin
Takedown Pin Detent
Pivot Pin
Pivot Pin Detent
Trigger Pin
Hammer Pin
Selector Pin
Bolt Catch Roll Pin
Bolt Catch Buffer
Buffer Retainer
Mil-Spec Grip Kit
A2 Grip
Hex-head screw
Lock washer
Mil-Spec Aluminum Trigger Guard Kit
Trigger Guard
Trigger Guard Roll Pin
MPN#: UB-ELG-LPK

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Tried this ELG trigger kit for one of my builds. Actually pretty decent for the price. Not quite as good as ALG’s Quality Milspec Trigger but same ballpark and definitely better than many cheap triggers I’ve come across.

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Ive never put one together myself. where would i get instructions on putting this all together?

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They're right. The bolt catch/release pin is the hardest piece to install. I've used several methods (needle nose to hold it, various punches. I found a punch designed for this that beat all the others I have/had. From Primary Arms it's KAK Industry roll pin punch. It cost about $7. Stainless steel, long enough so your hammer won't hit the side of the receiver, holds roll pin to get it started. Even then I still found some stiff but flexible plastic from some old product package that I taped to the side of the receiver just in case something slipped it wouldn't scratch or gouge the reciever. Works great.

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You shouldn't expect instructions with the parts kit itself, but there are hundreds of tutorials online. If you like text, check out the DIY on PewPewTactical's website. If you like video, then Full30's website is the way to go. In any case, don't let not having put one together before stop you. It's easy, straightforward and relatively hard to mess up if you look at instructions and go slow.

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Have yet to have found a parts kit that came with instructions. By far the hardest thing you'll come across is the damn roll pin for the bolt catch. Don't have a great solution on that one, but some suggest using pliers to crimp the pin to get it started.

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Try the long roll pin punches with the shaft half machined off from Brownells. I've had great results with that without marring the receiver.

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I've got a normal sized half machined punch, still a pia. I'll check to see if it's the same as what brownells has. Found a hack using a allen wrench to get everything lined up. Gonna try that on the next build.

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The company has been around for a while. I first heard of them years ago when the owner was on the AR-15 podcast. She is a real babe

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Wait....wait. Wait. For real?? A real babe?? My apologies ma’am. If you’d like to meet in person for my apology that’s cool too.

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So smooth.
It's almost like you've seen a girl before.....that one time....from a distance.....and it was your sister.

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You know what you call a true Arkansas virgin?? A 12 year old that can outrun her brother

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Wait. So Unbranded is the actual brand? There’s some genius marketing right there. What’s next?? Firearm ready optics??(instead of optics ready firearms)??

I’m on to something . . .

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$33.33 direct from manufacturer. No deal here.

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