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12 dollar ar10 trigger work

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by fol4321, Jan 6, 2012.

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  1. fol4321

    fol4321 Member

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    i switched the springs (3 each) out in my dpms 308 sportical with the jp enterprises yellow sping kit. took about 10 min with a cleaning also while the trigger was out. i used the electronic pull gauge at work which we just got back from pmel. i work at an air force base on the ejection systems so the tool is accurate. went from a 8.3 to a 3.7 pull. did 3 of each before and after. also got a set for my m&p 15-22. cheap easy and well worth it. dont have pics but i could redo it if someone needed me to for a visual.
     
  2. jpwilly

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    thats a big difference and provided you get consistant ignition...a great inexpensive way to upgrade the stock DPMS trigger springs.
     
  3. nyc71

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    All it took was to replace the springs?


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    now run a set screw up the under the back end of the trigger bar via the grip screw hole and reduce your takeup and creep to finish the job
     
  6. fol4321

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    already c/w
     
  7. nyc71

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    I'm gonna order a set tomorrow.


    "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety"- Benjamin Franklin
     
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