So Ive been looking around at some triggers. Ive heard that an aftermarket trigger can make your rifle 10x better, never having shot a gun with an aftermarket trigger, Ive no idea...What do you all think? Second, what is the ideal trigger pull? would you rather a carrot break, or an ice-cycle break. I understand that the way you use the rifle would make a difference, but Im looking for an all around good trigger pull. I dont like how my trigger has movement in it, there is play, and I dont feel like its a consistent break, and its not at all a crisp break either. I stumbled on this company called Geissele Automatics, and they have a great reputaion from what I hear, and they actually make triggers for the military...SOCOM to be exact. And to top it off, they are not expensive....175 for their combat 2 stage trigger. Which brings me to another question...2 stage trigger...never shot one.....are they nice? basically like a glock trigger right? help me out. I want a lighter trigger pull, but dont know how light is too light and what isnt light enough, I plan on buying a different upper for more tactical purposes and using the same lower, just switch the uppers out for each application, so the trigger needs to be great all around..hit me up with the wealth of knowledge.
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