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ragwd
July 6, 2007, 07:32 PM
My rra ar-15 is about 6 months or so old, and it has the nm 2 stage trigger and it seems as though the pull is getting longer ? About 500 rounds maybe a little more. Does this happen with use or am I imaging things? It seems much shorter when new. Is there adjustments ? Is the Timney triggers worth the bucks? Any help appreciated.

nbkky71
July 6, 2007, 08:22 PM
I've been shooting a RRA NM trigger in my AR15 for about about two years now and haven't experienced any such problems.

Has any crud built up in the lower receiver of your rifle?

I've never used a Timney trigger, but I've got my eye on a Geissele trigger. Kinda pricey at $279, but definately the cat's meow.

ragwd
July 6, 2007, 08:28 PM
nbkky71, thanks for the reply but no crud. I clean after every range visit. Geissele trigger certainly looks good but a bit costly, Timney almost as much, Jarred looks to be most reasonably priced. But i was hoping there was something I could do with the rra that i have.

AMX
July 6, 2007, 10:44 PM
I've never noticed the trigger pull getting longer, either. It does seem like the second stage is getting lighter though, on a couple of my rifles.

line1
July 7, 2007, 08:00 AM
Replace all 3 springs if no wear is evident on the parts. Maybe send it back to RR. Look at single stage triggers like the JP Enterprises one. I prefer a single stage as they seem to have less travel , and quicker re-set. Removes un-wanted slack.

BUSTER51
July 7, 2007, 10:18 AM
The Timney was a drop in and is as light and smooth as any I have ever used ,all 3 of the RRA nm's I have have went from a 2 stage to a single stage in less than a year . you can find the Timney (latest design) for under $200.00 if you shop around . the Timney has been good for me and I plan on buying more of them as it has improved my accuracy .

BUSTER51
July 7, 2007, 11:45 AM
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Obtain A Super-Smooth Pull & Crisp Letoff In Minutes Self-contained, 100% drop-in unit is ready to install in your small-pin AR-15 for an exceptionally smooth, crisp, single-stage trigger pull. No gunsmithing, fitting, or adjusting required. Pull weight is factory set at a fixed 3 lbs. Lightweight, 6061 T6 alloy housing is anodized for extra durability. Hammer is EDM machined from S7 tool steel that combines hardness to resist wear with superior impact resistance to withstand heavy use without chipping or breaking. Other components are EDM cut from A2 tool steel, then heat treated to Rc 58-68 for longer service life. Disconnector has a precision-ground engagement surface for greater reliability and wear resistance. Skeletonized trigger shoe provides strength coupled with lighter weight for positive control. Module installs using your rifles original hammer/trigger pins; proprietary design eliminates pin walkout.









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nbkky71
July 7, 2007, 09:08 PM
ragwd: send your lower to John Holliger and White Oak Armament. He works miracles with the RRA NM trigger! Last price check was $30 for the tune-up

ragwd
July 8, 2007, 03:36 PM
Thanks all that has replied, i will contact rra first and give them a chance to correct. if not i sure like the looks of that timney for 170.

Tim R
July 8, 2007, 06:49 PM
ragwd: send your lower to John Holliger and White Oak Armament. He works miracles with the RRA NM trigger! Last price check was $30 for the tune-up

Best advise so far! You don't have to send your lower, just the trigger in to John. He does tune the RRA 2 stage triggers up to a work of art. I've almost wore out a barrel shooting mine and it still pulls nice and clean. I believe the price is $35.00 with $5.00 used for shipping back to you.

All I know is the first year I used John's tuned RRA 2 stage, it made weight for an EIC match. 3000 rds later not including pratice and dry fire, it still makes weight for the EIC matches and is still a sweet trigger.

ragwd
July 8, 2007, 07:57 PM
if rra doesn't satisfy my problem, i will give him a call this winter.