TriggerTech Offers Early Sign Up for Their AR-15 Frictionless Trigger

TriggerTech AR-15 Frictionless Trigger
TriggerTech AR-15 Frictionless Trigger
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Etobicoke, ON, Canada -(Ammoland.com)- TriggerTech, manufacturer of high-end firearm and crossbow trigger systems for both aftermarket and OEM, is offering a chance to get on the list for their new AR-15 Frictionless Trigger.

Customers can simply sign up for the pre-orders at: http://www.triggertech.com/ar.html.

TriggerTech’s trigger system uses a patent pending free-floating roller that sits between the trigger and the hammer, which eliminates sliding friction entirely. Frictionless Release Technology (FRT) utilizes rolling resistance, a negligible force, which eliminates creep and heavy pull weights. This drastically increases accuracy and overall user feel.

TriggerTech AR-15 Frictionless Trigger
TriggerTech AR-15 Frictionless Trigger

Benefits Include:

  • Enhanced reset control capabilities
  • Optimal hammer spring and geometry for the highest possible performance
  • Increased accuracy and overall user feel
  • Adjustable trigger pull

The core components are made of high-grade 440C martensitic stainless tool steel and hardened to 60 Rockwell C to guarantee the highest performance without degradation. The housings are CNC’d with aviation-grade aluminum and anodized. All other components are made from high-quality metals, designed to outlast your firearm and perform consistently.

MSRP for the AR-15 Trigger will be below $160 US and you can sign up fo pre-order online at http://www.triggertech.com/ar.html.

For more information on TriggerTech visit them online at www.triggertech.com.

About TriggerTech

TriggerTech is dedicated to providing you with the best crossbow triggers possible. Period. We offer high-quality, premium crossbow triggers that break crisp and clean at 2.5lbs or 1.5lbs.

For more information, please visit www.TriggerTech.com.

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Vern Walls

I’d be a lot more interested in a competition version that adjusted down to around a pound and a half…..

jamie

Sounds interesting.