Premium Trigger/Optics Mount
Posted 30 June 2010 - 06:18 PM
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Posted 01 July 2010 - 06:42 AM
I am a light trigger guy and I prefer the 3-lb. It works well for me because my finger is not in the trigger guard until I am ready to touch a round off.
Will definitely look into the RRA Scout Rail. Do you prefer the 3lb or 4lb Timney triggers?
Posted 01 July 2010 - 07:50 PM
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Posted 04 July 2010 - 11:10 AM
Posted 12 July 2010 - 12:50 AM
Posted 12 July 2010 - 06:58 AM
So you would be breaking two pounds. The first stage's slack would be two lbs and the final break on the second stage would be two pounds. If you do a RRA Scout Rail, then don't go any higher than low rings. That is what I used to have on my set ups. Now for simplicities sake I am going to the Burris PEPR mounts. The only problem is I can't find them wholesale anywhere! I just put a Burris Black Diamond 4-16x50mm 30mm tube with Ballistic Plex on my 24" Sabre Defense Grendel. It is entirely too hot to go shoot it yet. Also the way the AR15 was designed, you are going to have tons of space between the barrel and the scope, so I would go the biggest objective you can find. I decided to upgrade from a Nikon 4.5-14x40 Buckmaster because there is no point in not having the extra objective up there when you have anywhere from .25 to .5 inches between the scope and the barrel. Now you can't really get your rings any lower and be happy because then you are going to have to smash your face into the stock, which is not fun. AR rings have to be up there a ways and with the RRA Scout Rail raising the height, low is as high as you need.
I had a quick question regarding a two stage trigger. Say for example you have a 4 lb total trigger 1st stage = 2 lbs and the 2nd stage = 2 lbs. When the 2nd stage breaks are you pulling a total of 4 lbs, or are you just pulling 2 lbs?
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