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  1. After reading everything and watching all the videos here: https://www.pewpewtactical.com/best-ar-15-triggers/... That guy's splits don't mean anything to me, but watching the trigger pulls and reset offer an apples to apples view. I think I'm looking more at the Elftmann 3 Gun and the Hiperfire Eclipse, or just keeping what I have. Anyone else have thoughts here? Thanks for the input above!
  2. What's your reasoning? All 3 of those are around $270-ish. Price isn't the issue - it's 100% need for function. Also, here's some data I've found. Using the Timney Skeletonized as the comparison to the Competition (same trigger, just skeletonized)
  3. Hello, While I'm still relatively new at this sport, I'm starting to fall out of love for my Timney 3 pound competition trigger. It's great and all, but I've recently noticed the dumbest thing... on my double taps, I'm pulling the trigger on the second shot before the trigger has reset. I'm pretty sure it's just me not letting it reset, but I'm wondering if possibly another trigger would just be a better fit. It seems like the reset takes forever and needs to travel a mile... If I just need to practice with it more, so be it. However I was wondering if anyone has some decent comparative experience with a possible replacement. I'm only considering single stage triggers, something that has minimal take up, travel to break, overtravel, and reset. Basically I'm looking for something to break like glass, move 1mm, and reset 1mm. I've narrowed it down to the Elftmann 3 Gun, the Hiperfire 24c, Hiperfire Eclipse, and Timney Calvin Elite, or keep the Timney I have and just practice more. The Calvin Elite 1.5 pound pull sounds a little light for my preference, but who knows. Thoughts? Thank you!
  4. I've had my nickel boron Brownells light weight BCG since they came out, and I love it. 8.2 ounces and it cleans so fast. $110? It's a no brainer, you'll be very happy with it. You said all around AR15, is this for competition at all? If so, I'd absolutely get that BCG and an adjustable gas block. Again, I'll highly recommend the JP Silent Capture Spring (you don't need to buy the additional spring kit).
  5. Another vote for the Ergo Tactical Deluxe. I love mine. Of the few grips I've fiddled with over the years, it remains my favorite.
  6. It depends on how much you want to spend, and if you're going to seriously compete, or if you there to compete and have fun. Where I go, I'd say about 1/4 to 1/3 of all shotguns are Stoeger M3Ks, including my own. I got it off gunbroker.com new for $550, delivered. Add an extension tube, new spring, and you're ready to go. If your bank account allows, there is of course the M2, extremely popular, top quality, etc... and several other options. So much of 3 Gun is user preference and practice...
  7. I have that brownells bcg, nickel boron, and I love it. No issues at all. I'm also using that Gen 2 SCS, the same BA barrel, and a Superlative Arms adjustable gas block. They work great together. You may want to consider a single stage trigger. I went with Timney, and it's amazing.
  8. Snausages32

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    I put this in my M&P Pro Core 9L about a year ago, and I really like it. Not game changing, but you can definitely notice a difference for the better. My Pro Core is set up with all Apex stuff and is geared towards 3gun and USPSA production, just for a little background on it - not stock.
  9. I use the Taccom chest rig, but I added a pair of $5 suspenders from amazon to make sure it stays where it should. Not that I had an issue with it moving or shifting, just tackling a problem before it exists.
  10. 99.9% sure it's 15mm. I bought a 13 and 15mm socket because I wasn't sure at the time, and the 15 is still on the extender (haven't used it since)
  11. Old thread aside... my APEX flat faced trigger kit pulls at exactly 2 pounds
  12. Call APEX - their customer service is awesome. They'll answer any questions you might have.
  13. Aero precision upper (no forward assist) and lower ALG 15" v2 ergo handguard balistic advantage 16" 223 wylde hanson stainless barrel + superlative adjustable gas block mil spec buffer tube with JP SCS + mission first tactical stock miculek compensater timney 3lb trigger ergo grip raptor charging handle primary arms micro red dot fortis 1/3 dot mount brownells nickel boron light weight bcg Odin Works handstop Magpul BAD lever basic parts kit 6.5 lbs with optic Colt Socom II AimPoint PRO and Bipod
  14. My battle rifle is a Colt Socom II. My competition rifle is custom built and 4 pounds lighter.
  15. Get the trigger. I got the spring kit, then added the trigger later. Parts aren't compatible, so if you go that route, you'll spend something like 100 on the spring kit, and 160 later on the trigger kit. The apex trigger is night and day better than the stock one. You won't regret it.
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