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35 minutes ago, Chucktshoes said:

You should check out the LaRue MBT. It’s my favorite aftermarket trigger and is in all of my ARs. 

I can't support LaRue because of things he's been involved with in the past. The TriggerTech triggers are pretty much all I run now.

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I have never owned a LaRue trigger, but I would like to try one. I have a Geissele 3 gun in a Daniel Defense 16" AR and really like it. I had a Rise Armament 140 in another Daniel Defense shorty 300 blackout AR pistol. Started to have issues with the Daniel Defense and had to send it back for warranty and they said the Rise Armament trigger was one of the issues they found, they discovered it was doing a thing called hammer follow. Rise warrantied the trigger and sent a replacement, but in the meantime, I installed a Wilson Combat trigger. I have a 556 Wilson AR pistol and several of us at the range commented on how good the trigger felt. Several guys at the range compared it to the Geissele 3 gun trigger in my 16" AR and everyone there liked the Wilson Combat trigger better...For now, I suppose no more Rise Armament triggers for me, it had less than 1000 rounds before it went bad. But, in my opinion, the Geissele and the Wilson Combat triggers are really good. Capbyrd recommended to stay away from cassette style triggers which the Rise that failed was and the Wilson Combat is also. I do think the smaller cassette triggers are more affected by junk in the mechanism, especially for a suppressed gun, where all that debris is blown back into the gun, so maybe that's why the Rise failed, and we well eventually see if that happens to the Wilson Combat....

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