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Old 06-28-2013, 6:29 PM
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what do i need to know to replace the trigger? will any AR type work? TIA
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Old 06-29-2013, 12:42 PM
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I would guess no, they won't work without lots of engineering...

I find the stock trigger light and smooth with a fast reset. I don't think I will ever change it... compared to a 10/22 trigger which is the first thing I mod... I think the 522 trigger is fine. Maybe I got a great one, who knows. The only other triggers I like as much out of the box are my Mossberg 500 (weird) and one of my Mosins that probably had someone polish the crap out of everything.

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If you search there's a few threads on other boards about modding the trigger spring lengths and some other mods to get the trigger lighter especially in the "first stage" or take-up.
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You can try Bill Springfield. I have no association with him but I had some work done by him and have been pretty happy with what he did.

http://triggerwork.net/sig556.html
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