Re: AR-15 Triggers- a mini-study
"Messing with triggers has its consequences."
I am very mechanically inclined (graduate engineer) and always think there is a better way to make anything. I can not stand to use a gun with a poor trigger when I know how to make them better and safer thanks to the American Gunsmithing Institute's general Trigger Jobs course and 20 years of fooling with guns. The AGI course was 10 hours longs and very comprehensive but very expensive. I got it before that last price increases but it was still expensive. The bottom line is almost every gun I own has had a trigger job to some extent, and it might just be adjusting the adjustment included in the original trigger system.
The results of adding the RRA Two Stage Trigger to my AR clone was rewarding. I recommend this trigger. I do not recommend the JARD Single Stage Trigger I removed. If JARD had been more customer aware (didn't answer email or their phone) I might have been praising their two stage trigger system. They loose!