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RRA 2 stage trigger problems

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by rkh, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. rkh

    rkh member

    High Roaders,

    I've somehow fouled up the second stage of my Entry Tactical's 2 stage trigger. The second stage is completely missing. I'm left with a light, creepy trigger and have no idea how to correct it.

    An individual on another forum suggested that I might have debris on the disconnector, but it looks clean to me. Any suggestions?
  2. Jackal

    Jackal Active Member

    How many rounds have been fired with that trigger? I ask because it is common for the 2 stage trigger to wear out and turn into a glitchy, single stage after about 1,000-2,000rds or so.
  3. rkh

    rkh member

    'Hard for me to say. I bought the gun second-hand, and the trigger gave out after about 150 rounds on my first range trip.

    Maybe the dealer won't charge me to have his gunsmith fix it. :uhoh:
  4. Bottom Gun

    Bottom Gun New Member

    I am having a similar problem with my AR-10. The two stage RRA trigger pulls like a two stage at times and like a light single stage at other times.

    I discovered it pulls perfectly when I have the upper receiver off or simply hinged up. The bolt carrier apparently has some influence on it. I can't figure out what is happening.
    My lower and the trigger group is perfectly clean and free of any grit or debris.

    I have these two stage RRA triggers in two of my AR-15's as well. These triggers have performed perfectly each and every time. They also have seen 200 times more use than the AR-10 trigger, maybe more.
    If these two stage triggers do indeed wear out, the ones in the AR-15's should have worn out long ago.

    I have been waiting for the new generation two stage McCormick triggers to hit the shelves so I can try one of them.
    Meanwhile, this problem with the RRA trigger has me stumped.

    Any CONSTRUCTIVE suggestions will be welcome.



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