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Lr 308

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by wjohn432, Apr 18, 2013.

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  1. wjohn432

    wjohn432 Member

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    would like some help on easy trigger job for my ar-10,have done 15 min jobs on ar15,not sure it can been done on ar10,any advise will be helpful.
     
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    If you've done AR15 trigger work, there will be no problems. They are the same parts as long as you have the regular single stage trigger.
     
  3. velocette

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    The LR 308 series uses the same trigger parts as the .223 AR rifles.
    The only difference is that the .308 triggers use a heavier hammer spring to move the heavier firing pin of the .308 AR.
    A work of caution. Most factory AR trigger parts are made of surface hardened steel. That is, the sear and hammer hook have a thin layer of surface hardened steel so that they will not wear out quickly. If you polish or stone through that (very) thin layer, you will have a hammer hook or sear of soft steel that will not last long or be safe.

    (There is a reason that Geissele triggers are expensive. They are really worth it!)

    Roger
     
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