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Topic says it all! 

Are they worth it? Thinking about putting the Varmint in my grendel build, and possibly stocking them for customers. Need your guys' opinions. 

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I'm trying to figure out whats the best trigger for the buck myself. Not whats the best triger but what the best for dollar ration. I've only used milspec but want better for a 300 Reaper build. 
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Both are very good triggers for (hunting). Very predictable first stage and clean second stage break. When they can be had at $100 or less, they are great triggers. [smile]
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The ALG Defense QMS or ACT triggers are a good option. They are traditional military triggers with the grittiness is taken out. They are both 5.5 lb triggers however the ACT has a sharper breaking point with no gritty pull.
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Well, at my dealer price, I'm offering both the match 2 stage and varmint for $95+ shipping.. Hopefully i will get them soon, RRA doesn't seem to be very quick about filling dealer orders lol. 
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I wonder if a set of yellow JP springs would make them even better? Or waste of $12? 
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Just picked one of these up on sale.  Wow - really nice and crisp break at just under 4lbs.  A great trigger.

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I have a few of the RR two stage triggers. After a few hundred rounds they seem to loose the first stage or maybe it's just me getting use to them. I like the new ones just as much as my JP two stage trigger and they are half the price. A good trigger makes shooting a whole lot more fun than a gritty mil spec one.
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I wonder if a set of yellow JP springs would make them even better? Or waste of $12? 


I tried just the springs with a mil-spec trigger and the hammer was to heavy causing light primer strikes and the round was not firing. I called JP and they recommended if you use the light springs (Yellow), change the hammer too. 

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I've been using the Velocity triggers lately and they are a nice trigger for the price. You can find them for $135 if you Google it but the retail is $150. 
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I use them on all  my ARs no regrets.
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