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    The after market triggers I installed it my 16 and 17 were huge upgrades and as important to me as a better optic, scope, ammo, magazines, or a training class. It really makes many things with these rifles come together for me. But I understand everyone has different things that are important to them. Certainly, I would rather have paid 1/2 or 1/4 as much for the trigger that I did but I would say the same about a better optic, scope, ammo, magazines, or a training class too!


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    I sent my trigger module to a gunsmith in Colorado named Bill Springfield. He had it about 10 days. I sent it with instructions that I did not want it lower than 4.5 pounds.
    He did a beautiful job. very happy with it. $70 IIRC.

    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Type5 View Post
    The after market triggers I installed it my 16 and 17 were huge upgrades and as important to me as a better optic, scope, ammo, magazines, or a training class. It really makes many things with these rifles come together for me. But I understand everyone has different things that are important to them. Certainly, I would rather have paid 1/2 or 1/4 as much for the trigger that I did but I would say the same about a better optic, scope, ammo, magazines, or a training class too!
    A trigger upgrade has to be important to someone installing it, because getting the cost back if or when you sell the rifle might be a tough sell. But with the other items you posted "optic, scope, ammo, magazines" they can be sold later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rifleshooterscar View Post
    A trigger upgrade has to be important to someone installing it, because getting the cost back if or when you sell the rifle might be a tough sell. But with the other items you posted "optic, scope, ammo, magazines" they can be sold later.

    Not understanding what you are saying here. I have neve bought a rifle with the idea that I am going to sell it - nor would I add improvemnts to a rifle I wanted to sell. Why would I buy something I know I do not want.

    Are you saying chief methodology to modify a firearm should be to make a spread sheet of the most resale friendly accessories and choose from them? Let's say a Tactical Light is at the top of the list, purchase price to re-sale, but I want a trigger. If I want a better trigger, buying a Tactical Light that I can get a better investment to resale ratio from just will not make my trigger better. Nor is it going to make me happy or improve my rifle for what I do.

    I can always re-install my original trigger and re-sell my $400 ($375 is what I gave in April of last year) Geissele for $325.

    RCS9250, above, may have found the most reasonable way to fix a glarring problem with every SCAR I have handled. I hope he posts some range reports about it.

    A good trigger is critical for me, for others it may be other things.

    "Optic, scope, ammo, magazines" are all cool but when I need a trigger, a new P-Mag just will not cut it!
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