I could only pick one, extra money, or guns.
Preferably under 200 dollars.
Know of any?
Know of any?
They are expensive, if you shop around you can almost get two of the ra140 for what one cmc costs
Thanks Bubbat I knew I had seen them for the under the $200- Thatguy's price limit.
I got my only CMC for less than $100 on Black Friday sale. See them for $130 pretty regular. Its pretty good but I much prefer the Velocity triggers.They are expensive, if you shop around you can almost get two of the ra140 for what one cmc costs
So you rank the Velocity #1 with which trigger curved or straight? Guess I really need to get a few of the take up screws and some polish.I got my only CMC for less than $100 on Black Friday sale. See them for $130 pretty regular. Its pretty good but I much prefer the Velocity triggers.
I have 1-RA140, 1-CMC flat 3.5#, 1-POF, 4-Velocity, 1-no name, several milspec with spring kits and take up screws, and 1-Trigger Tech (not under $200)
Of the under $200 triggers I would rank them
2) CMC/RA140 (CMC is smoother but due to mounting style the entire body has a little wiggle)
3b) polished milspec with wolf TRIGGER spring, stock hammer spring and take up screw (this usually ends up between 3-4#) May have to remove bump that is common on the hammer sear engagement.
5) no name drop in
For the money if you can polish and do some stoning the milspec can be made quite good for $10 wolf trigger spring and set screw. (May also have to cut grip screw 1/8” shorter)
I feel like the velocity and RA140 are pretty equal in value even though the velocity cost $20-30 more. I think it’s a better trigger, plus i like the trigger shape a lot more. It is essentially a timney without the name as the owner worked for timney for years.
Out of the sub $200 triggers, yes. All of mine are curved but its pretty close to straight just with a little contouring. The Trigger Tech is the best one I own but its more expensive and is somewhat of a two stage by design (extremely light first stage with no creep once you hit the wall) the comparison in the link above takes the first stage as creep, same for AM Gold.So you rank the Velocity #1 with which trigger curved or straight? Guess I really need to get a few of the take up screws and some polish.
I went back and edited my first post with info on how to do the milspec trigger job. Its actually pretty easy once you do it the first time. Its not quite as good as the dropins but its so much better than than standard gravelly milspec.My problem is I start thinking of what all I could buy with the money spent on a trigger and then don't buy one.