TriggerTech Releases AR10 and SIG MCX Triggers

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TriggerTech New Product Releases - AR10 and SIG MCX Triggers

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NEW PRODUCT RELEASE! AR10 Triggers! Designed specifically for larger calibres with our patented technology, these triggers will take your precision or tactical shooting to the next level. Available in our Competitive Model (3.5 lbs fixed), Adaptable (2.5 - 5.0 lbs adj) and Diamond (1.5 - 4.0 lbs adj).

FREE AR10 TRIGGER SHIPPING THIS WEEKEND - Use promo code “AR10” at checkout on our website.

AR10 Trigger Control Details

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Lever Type: Straight, Curved or Pro Curved
Zero Creep™: Yes
TKR™: Yes - Min Overtravel
CLKR™: Yes - Inc. Adjustable
Flat Wire™: Yes - Hard Primer Compatible
Take Up Distance: 0.035"
Overtravel: Sub 0.015"
Reset: Sub 0.030"
Pin Size: Mil Spec 0.154"
Material: 7075 Aluminum & Stainless Internals
Weapon Platform: AR10 (and pump action AR)
Warranty: Product Lifetime

Material Details
Housing: 7075 Aluminum (anodized)
Key Components: 440C Stainless Steel
PVD Black – PVD stands for Physical Vapour Deposition. It is a hard and durable coating that is applied to external stainless components to give them a clean black color.




SIG MCX Trigger Control Details
Lever Type: Straight or Curved
Zero Creep™: Yes
1st Stage Weight: 0.75lbs - 0.75lbs
2nd Stage Weight: 1.75lbs - 4.25lbs
Total Pull Weight: 2.5lbs - 5.00lbs
TKR™: Yes - Min Overtravel
CLKR™: Yes - Inc. Adjustable
Flat Wire™: Yes - Hard Primer Compatible
Take Up Distance: 0.035"
Overtravel: Sub 0.015"
Reset: Sub 0.030"
Pin Size: Mil Spec 0.154"
Material: 7075 Aluminum & Stainless Internals
Weapon Platform: SIG MCX (and pump action AR)
Warranty: Product Lifetime

Material Details
Housing: 7075 Aluminum (anodized)
Key Components: 440C Stainless Steel
PVD Black – PVD stands for Physical Vapour Deposition. It is a hard and durable coating that is applied to external stainless components to give them a clean black color.
 

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I wonder how many people had problems with the regular AR Diamond in AR10s. It works perfectly for me in 9mm ARs, which generally require a hammer more like the ones for AR10s. They used to advertise the AR Diamond as working for AR15s/AR10s/9mm ARs.

Must be only very specific bolts that have problems.