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RRA 3.5lbs Two Stage Varmint Trigger Rock River Arms National Match AR15 AR10
Varmint Trigger 3.5 lbs

RRA 3.5lbs Two Stage Varmint Trigger Rock River Arms National Match AR15 AR10

Part Number:RRA-AR0093NMKV
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RRA 3.5lbs Two Stage Varmint Trigger Rock River Arms National Match AR15 AR10

With 3.5 to 4 pound pull weight. Note: comes with blue instruction card.

Rock River Arms RRA two-stage match trigger is a NIGHT AND DAY improvement over standard gritty 7-9lbs AR triggers and will instantly improve your accuracy.

A drop-in, match grade trigger, it provides a crisp, 3.5LB 2-stage, trigger pull to improve accuracy for competition or varmint shooting. Sear engagement point is located behind the hammer to reduce pull weight. Low mass hammer speeds lock time. Includes trigger and hammer pins. Fits AR-15 receivers with .154" hammer and trigger pins.

SPECS: Steel, matte black finish. Fits Standard (NOT COLT) AR-15 receivers with .154" hammer/trigger pins only (Like DPMS, RRA, Armalite, Olympic, etc.).


Can I use this on my LR-308, AR10 or R25?

These rifles use small pins (0.154") for trigger and hammer and you can use this setup to greatly improve your factory trigger and maintain reliability. 

What is a two stage trigger?

A single-stage trigger has little or no takeup; if there is takeup, it is purely due to slack in the trigger mechanism. A two-stage trigger is designed to have a distinct takeup, with the trigger working against a significant amount of spring pressure. At the end of the takeup travel, there is a small but noticeable increase in pull as the sear begins to disengage. The two-stage trigger might have a pull force of 4.5 pounds force, but first and second stages differ in pull by only ounces. As the shooter prepares to fire, enough pressure is applied to handle the takeup, or first stage. Then the shooter pauses to finish aiming, and then the tiny amount of additional pressure is applied to overcome the release, or second stage of the pull. This gives the handling safety (preventing accidental discharge) of a heavier trigger pull, with most of the advantages of a light, crisp single-stage trigger. 

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
These triggers are a known quantity. Great option in the $100 range. No creep and a nice pull weight for folks used to a decent bolt action with a 2-3lb pull. I put them on my scoped AR rifles right away. The 2-stage design is less likely to double-fire than a light single-stage, in my experience.
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Reviewed by:  from North Louisiana. on 2/23/2022

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