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    Centurion Arms Advanced Sniper Trigger (AST) 2-Stage Trigger

    https://www.centurionarms.com/produc...paign=Triggers

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    Nickel boron finish

    Total pull weight 4.0-4.5 lbs

    Stage 1, 2.0-2.5

    Stage 2, 2.0-2.5

    Drop-In Two-Stage Target Trigger Upgrade


    Centurion Arms LLC Match Grade Competition Trigger Group gives you a smooth, consistent, two-stage pull, with a clean break and little-to-no pre- and over-travel. Itís built with a fit, finish, and attention to detail found in very few AR triggers, let alone one at this price-point.


    Each Centurion Arms LLC Match Grade Competition Trigger Group is machined from hardened A2 tool steel (NOT MIM parts!) to precise dimensions, then micro polished to eliminate "creep" during the pull. Finally, the hammer and trigger in each Match Grade Competition Trigger Group gets an ultra-hard, self-lubricating Nickel Boron coating, to ensure an extremely smooth pull.

    Hardened A2 tool steel hammer, trigger, disconnector

    Ultra-hard Nickel Boron coating on hammer / trigger

    Ultra-grade stainless steel music wire springs included

    Drop-in fit in standard AR-15 lower receiver

    Pins included (.153" dia.)

    Centurion Arms LLC Match Grade Competition Trigger Group has the two-stage pull preferred by precision rifle shooters. It gives you excellent control that lets you "stack" the trigger then pause before you completing the pull through the second stage.

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    Looks like a good option for the $$$...

    Anyone got one yet? How is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangfreek View Post
    Looks like a good option for the $$$...

    Anyone got one yet? How is it
    Stick told me that they're 90% of what an SSA is.

    I'm going to place an order for one today to try it out. The price is right...

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    And they're out of stock

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    I’d be down to try one of these. I run a couple SSA-E’s and they’re almost too light for certain situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Former11B View Post
    I’d be down to try one of these. I run a couple SSA-E’s and they’re almost too light for certain situations.
    Those situations are what the SSA is designed for. The Super Tricon is my go-to trigger for carbines, but I like the SD-E for bench / precision builds. I might pick up one of these to see if I like it, but I have a feeling I'd rather have one more Super Tricon versus 3 of these. I have a hard time accepting other triggers after shooting Geisseles for several years now.

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    Anyone got to try one of these yet?

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    Now. Not badmouthing Geissele or Centurion Arms, obviously, and I know theyíve done some things that arenít that great in the gun industry, but Iím running RRAís 2-stage setup, with the same weight breakdown as this one, and Iím more than happy with it. For <$100, I donít think it can be beat. Granted, it doesnít have any fancy coating on it, and Iíve never shot anything other than a factory Spikes trigger, my RRA, and OTB CMMG lpk triggers, so Iíve never shot anything expensive, so I may be missing out on something. I donít know. Haha.


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    Just be careful with the RRA triggers. At least historically, they have been known to double when they get worn. I had previously read about it at some point and then at some local friendly match, someone's RRA 2-stage actually did it in front of me. When I asked him what he had and he told me, I mentioned that I had read that it was known to happen and he said he'd heard the same.

    This was a couple of years ago, so maybe they've fixed them, but just something to be aware of.

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    I may still have an RRA 2 stage somewhere.

    I've broken 3 or 4 of those triggers back in the day. Would not use an RRA Trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneGearhead View Post
    Now. Not badmouthing Geissele or Centurion Arms, obviously, and I know theyíve done some things that arenít that great in the gun industry, but Iím running RRAís 2-stage setup, with the same weight breakdown as this one, and Iím more than happy with it. For <$100, I donít think it can be beat. Granted, it doesnít have any fancy coating on it, and Iíve never shot anything other than a factory Spikes trigger, my RRA, and OTB CMMG lpk triggers, so Iíve never shot anything expensive, so I may be missing out on something. I donít know. Haha.


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    Lol..Iíd say your missing out..

    Not to turn this thread into something else...but I use to be the same way, I donít need xxx triggerS..lol..Well now all my guns have triggers of some sort..

    Iíd say for the price and even who it is , the Larue mbt triggers are the budget option anymore..shit I picked up 2 , both 75 bux. About the same pull as my G2S. Just a different trigger profile..

    I picked up a flat and curved and like em both

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    Finally ended up getting one. Haven't installed it yet. Plan on replacing my SD-E on my Centurion SBR with this.

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    Nice.

    Idk though, aren’t those sd-e’s butter? Never tried one but heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangfreek View Post
    Nice.

    Idk though, aren’t those sd-e’s butter? Never tried one but heard.
    For an AR, I think the SD-E is the best trigger on the market. It'll find a home in another AR, maybe the green ano Aero set. Just wanted to put the Centurion Trigger in the Centurion Gun... OCD. You know what that's all about LOL

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