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Thread: Precision Rifle Trigger Options

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    If you were looking into a single stage the Hiperfire Eclipse looks intriguing. Adjustable 2 1/2- 3 1/2 LB trigger. No take up and has a finger pad to adjust pre-travel and consistent finger placement. https://www.hiperfire.com/product/hipertouchecl/ . I haven't tried this trigger, but have some of their others as i generally prefer single stage and have been really impressed. They say 110% money back guarantee if you want to be the guinea pig lol. Jobobs usually has pretty good pricing on these, especially the ones they ar eblowing out for the newer models

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex V View Post
    I run the SSA, SSA-E and the LaRue MBT. All three are great choices.
    Totally agree. All three are very close in pull and great choices. Best way is to buy a LaRue trigger device and try each out.

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    I've been running a SD-C in my LMT and really like it a lot. I've ran SSA's in my other carbines and then tried the SD-C and while basically the same trigger I really like the flat face much more so than the curved trigger face.
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