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  • 41magnut41magnut Senior Member Posts: 1,206 Senior Member
    Decided to go with NM trigger. Should have it shortly and will put the whole rifle together.

    I do not think you will be disappointed.
    I went with the RRA NM trigger after the original trigger in my Armalite NM went south.
    For the $$ and performance thy are tough to beat.
    "The .30-06 is never a mistake." Townsend Whelen :iwo:
  • knitepoetknitepoet Senior Member Posts: 21,094 Senior Member
    I have 3 or 4 RRA NM triggers, never had a trigger related problem with them, have 1 Timney (In my RRA lower no less :silly: ) and like it better.
    Seven Habits of Highly Effective Pirates, Rule #37: There is no “overkill”. There is only “open fire” and “I need to reload”.


  • boltman13boltman13 New Member Posts: 11 New Member
    With the Geissele Trigger you get absolute reliability, lots of adjustability, and the fastest lock time which is a great aid to accuracy. Mine has gone thru 2 barrels and still works like the day I installed it. It is the gold standard of 2 stage triggers. There is nothing wrong with single stage triggers if you are willing to go with a slower lock time.
    And once again just to clarify, I am not looking for a 3 gun trigger. Many comments have focused on that aspect of shooting, both facetiously and and with good intent. This will mostly be a bench/long range target gun with the potential to very occasionally, if ever, taken into the field for hogs/deer.
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