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    Question AR 15 Hammer and Trigger job..



    Anyone try this.. ??
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    I did something like that on my Crosman 2289g carbine.(one of my city guns) It helped tighten up my groups on paper.
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    there are plenty of trigger sets most ar fans prefer the Timney and geisselle drop in triggers instead of fooling with stock trigger sets
    Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.

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    i've tuned the stock set way down-- only thing is when you get down to about 2.5lbs pull the sometimes try to double fire.

    at around 4lbs they work fine. since i'm on dial up i can't see that vid. i'm using the 15 minute trigger job with a little extra fluff and buff.

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    Stay away from them with files and just concentrate on diamond stones and a buffing wheel and keep it >4lbs or you're asking for issues,jigs are best too sense the trigger release angle is critical.
    But lots of patience works in a pinch,,,after all 4th,,,

    we don't want to see ya ding a prop on all that scrap steel you got in the channel!!!! You don't need to add anymore!

    You can get both at Sears for short $$$$ my buffing wheel with 5 different grit rouges was <10 bucks, polishing and stoning and patience will do more than anything towards getting a smooth trigger job.

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