Discussion in 'Long Gun Accessories and Optics' started by DMW1116, Oct 1, 2021.
If price is the only issue, go ALG. At the next tier - go with the best price based on variant in Larue and Rock River.
Triggers are pretty much a personal choice, no real right or wrong answer. Good luck.
Do you have reasons for choosing one or the other between the three?
The ALG looks nice but I’d like a two stage trigger if possible. At the price point, the Schmid is affordable enough to replace the triggers in my 16” and 20” barreled rifles. I had only intended to do the A4 clone with the 20” barrel, but it would be nice to have all of them the same. Is there any sort of durability issue with any of these or the NiB coating?
Pretty certain the ALG is a two stage. Just a side note, ALG is related to Geissele. I believe it is the wife’s business….
And if you do not like the coatings, try the basic trigger. I have never used one of these.
I honestly can't tell the difference in any of those three triggers. So I go with the cheapest. On labor day Aero precision had a sale that gave a $20 discount and free shipping if you ordered $100 worth of merchandise. They had the same trigger (Schmid) for $59.99, so I ordered 2. which made the price per trigger under $50. I turned around and orderer another 2 LOL. Since then they have raised the price to $69.99
I much prefer the LaRue.
Any reason the Schmid wouldn't be good for a .308 rifle?
Anyone also use the reduced power BKF trigger? I have one in a 20" barrel AR-15 and like it, but have only 1 range trip with it so far. Curious how it might compare to the others in this thread.
Barring a large display to test them all, choosing a trigger you truly love can be an endless process. If you want something really nice, TriggerTech, Elftmann, Geissele.
I have one in a 308 PA10. It’s what led me to looking for upgrades to the mil spec triggers in my 16” and 20” 223/556 rifles.
Nice. Looks like I will be trying the Schmid for my 308 build then
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