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    LMT 2 stage trigger

    Anybody used/using one of the these? Iím curious how it stacks to the usual suspects from Geissele, Larue, and Centurion.

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    They're pretty good. We've not ran them on the trigger weight scale, but I run 2 take outs from Pappabear in my guns. He just runs Geisseles across the board.

    I'd be fine with them in all my guns.
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    I like them. They arenít as light as other offerings, but my examples are better on crispness than the few geisseles Iíve tried. Overall I much prefer the LaRue MBT to anything.


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    In my opinion, these are great triggers to be coming with a gun in stock configuration. No, they are not G-SSA triggers but they don't cost you $225 either.

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    I like them. Ive compared it aide by side with Gs (ssa?) And prefer the LMT 2 stage. Great deal if bought as a complete lower in the past.

    Afternote: I'm not saying there are lighter than the single stage triggers, just that I prefer them and shoot them well. Most experience is with grendel carbine with SS barrel, was a pretty accurate package for a carbine.
    Last edited by pinzgauer; 04-15-21 at 19:16.

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    Good triggers, and for the price they are great triggers.
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    Heavier than I prefer. Bought a retail sample to try and never got it into a lower, would love to rehome it.

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    Does anyone know if they use full power springs (like Geiselle?) Want to use one for a 7.62 x 39 build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrbitalE View Post
    Heavier than I prefer. Bought a retail sample to try and never got it into a lower, would love to rehome it.
    I may be interested.

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    I personally think the Larue MBT 2s triggers are the best aftermarket trigger under $150 hands down (especially considering they are only $87).

    I have Geissele SSA-E triggers in almost all my guns, and i can honestly say that the Larue MBT-2s comes close to the performance of Geissele triggers, but 2-3 times cheaper. I've used CMC, Trigger Tech, Timney, Geissele, and a whole bunch of other brands of triggers, and in my opinion, the Larure MBT triggers are the best bang for the buck by far.

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