Another option are triggers from here.
Geissele Automatics, LLC. - Hi-Speed National Match Trigger
A few weeks ago at the local funshow i tried out one of the RRA match triggers,was not impressed in the least.LOP was fine,but it felt gritty,almost like it was full of sand.
Hopefully that one is not representative of what RRA is putting out now.
Ended up passing on the RRA and am now looking for a couple of the Geiselle' to finish up my varmint builds.
For around $40.00 Bill Springfield will rework a stock trigger to near perfection,a good alternative for a budget build.
" The world is a very dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who do nothing about them." - Albert Einstein, 1879-1955
Thanks for posting the "15 Minute Practical Trigger Job for the AR-15"
I'm going to incorporate this hopefully soon. I was going to buy the RRA two stage trigger but I'm now going to try this first. Looks like it will save me $$ and accomplish the same thing.
I installed a Timney in a friends rifle for him. It feels like your shooting a tuned bolt gun. Single stage, 2-3lbs or so.
Great for sandbag or bipod shooting but not something you want to run through the woods with. Safe handling practice is key.