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Old April 17, 2015, 17:23   #1
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What is the deal these days, with two stage triggers? They have always existed, mostly as a safety feature in military rifles for use by rank and file infantry. Precision shooters for the most part always wanted a clean, crisp, light single-stage trigger that is free of creep and overtravel, and surprises you when it releases. Something like this:

Now over the past few years all the buzz is about two stage triggers. I'm pretty sure it initially came about as a result of the growing action competitions using military-style autoloaders, but I am seeing discussion of two stage triggers in benchrest rifles and high-end air rifles.

Is it just because people don't know any better, so they buy according to the popular buzz instead of actually doing a bit of research?
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Old April 17, 2015, 19:15   #2
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My favorite AR trigger is the Mega single stage.
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