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    scar trigger job

    Has anyone had their scar trigger worked over by hi dessert dog yet? If so what were the results and turn around time on the job? Does this also void FN's warrenty with the scar?

    http://www.hi-desertdog.com/index.ph...0&review=write


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    Spartanranger did. Here's the link:

    http://fnforum.net/woo-hoo-trigger-job-t18105.html

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    hmmm..thanks for the link, im dont think ill be going that route now after reading that thread.

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    I'll second that.

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    I think I'd rather spend the money taking an armorers class and learn to do the work myself.

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    +1000 on Bill Springfield. Had my old Rock River done by his shop at 3lbs and it broke like glass. I'm sending my lower to him this week after finding out he works on FN s

    Www.triggerwork.net/

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    I have been following this thread and others on the SCAR trigger. I guess I am just fortunate that My SCAR 16 has a trigger with no creep and it breaks clean right from the factory, with comfortable pressure. I am not sure that I would want a lighter trigger on my SCAR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GULL
    I have been following this thread and others on the SCAR trigger. I guess I am just fortunate that My SCAR 16 has a trigger with no creep and it breaks clean right from the factory, with comfortable pressure. I am not sure that I would want a lighter trigger on my SCAR.
    Same here. My SCAR 16 has a sweet trigger, and I'm going to bet that 99.9% of all the SCARS have clean crisp triggers right out of the factory. There are a lot of folks that have the "need" to upgrade, modify and needlessly accessorize their gun right out of the box.

    You can usually spot those guys by the amount of bling they have hanging off of their gun!

    I have to admit when I was younger I probably would have fallen into that crowd...it was my thin wallet that kept me from needlessly "tricking" out my guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arctic
    Quote Originally Posted by GULL
    I have been following this thread and others on the SCAR trigger. I guess I am just fortunate that My SCAR 16 has a trigger with no creep and it breaks clean right from the factory, with comfortable pressure. I am not sure that I would want a lighter trigger on my SCAR.
    Same here. My SCAR 16 has a sweet trigger, and I'm going to bet that 99.9% of all the SCARS have clean crisp triggers right out of the factory. There are a lot of folks that have the "need" to upgrade, modify and needlessly accessorize their gun right out of the box.

    You can usually spot those guys by the amount of bling they have hanging off of their gun!

    I have to admit when I was younger I probably would have fallen into that crowd...it was my thin wallet that kept me from needlessly "tricking" out my guns.
    I have to confess that I did succumb to an optical sight (old eyes), AFG2 and a LaRue Handstop.

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    Geisselle has a trigger group out for the SCAR. Pricey list price, but you don't have to send out your lower, or have it worked on by an unknown quantity/entity.

    Bill did a good job some time ago on my Hk45. However, based on the recent experience of a person I trust, it pains me to say I would not have Bill Springfield work on any of my guns right now.

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