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    AR15 Safety

    Recently replaced the safety on my AR for a ambi safety. It was a target of opportunity purchase, but I am pretty happy with it. And it was very easy. Now to think about a new trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ltorlo64 View Post
    Recently replaced the safety on my AR for a ambi safety. It was a target of opportunity purchase, but I am pretty happy with it. And it was very easy. Now to think about a new trigger.
    I have to put in a recommendation for the Timney single stage 3 pound trigger. I am very happy with this trigger.

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    Thanks!
    "Nothing ever gets so bad that government "help" can't make it worse." Pat Garrett, March 22, 2014

    "HATE IS GOOD, WHEN ITS DIRECTED AT EVIL." PROBASCO, April 20, 2012

    I tried to push the envelope, but found that it was stationery.

    Have you heard about the new corduroy pillows? They're making head lines!

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    Have four of the Jard 2 lb. triggers on the Ar platform.
    Got them several years ago, best guess on cost was 120$ each
    They have a very short reset, so if you 'jerk' the trigger instead of 'pressing' they have a tendency to double.
    Which means they'll bump-fire like a mad m0therfvcker

    No special tools, there is an allen screw adjustment on the disconnector that needs green loctite when set.

    One important thing to consider; the selector will move to the safe position when the hammer isn't cocked.
    The action can't be cycled to charge the weapon until the selector is switched back to the fire position.
    Some might consider it a bonus, others a drawback.
    Just letting you know up front.

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