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This ingenious screw design replaces the milspec factory grip screw to remove the trigger creep and travel from factory mil-spec triggers in the AR15 rifle. The kit comes with one(1) grip screw with an internal adjustment screw, one (1) lock washer, one (1) reduced power hammer spring, one (1) reduced power trigger spring and one (1) hex wrench for adjustment of the internal screw. The adjustment screw allows for tweaking the hammer and trigger engagement points to clean up the GI trigger and give you a cleaner trigger pull for increased accuracy. The reduced power springs help reduce the trigger weight for a lighter pull.

Application: The Reduced Power Hammer Spring is intended for competition and recreational use only and should not be installed in any rifle used for defense or duty applications. By reducing the spring tension, the introduction of light strikes or failures to fire due to the lack of primer detonation may occur.

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MSRP: $29.95
Our Price: $19.95
Sale Price: $17.95
Savings: $12.00

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Installation Instructions RESTRICTIONS
 
1. The internal set screw comes with thread locker pre-applied but for best results remove the internal screw and apply additional thread locker and re install the set screw inside the large screw. Make sure to screw down the internal screw all the way in so that the tip just protrudes.

2. Remove the factory grip screw and lock washer from the grip of your rifle. Mind the spring and detent for the safety as they may bounce out if you remove the grip completely.

3. With the hammer cocked and the gun on safe, insert the Trigger Adjustment Screw into the grip and tighten the large screw with a 3/16” hex wrench until he pistol grip is secure.

4. Using the included hex wrench, finger tighten the internal screw inside the 3/16” screw until the it stops. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN. Backout the internal screw 1/4 turn at a time until the safety lever can by actuated. Verify that the trigger, disconnector, hammer and safety function correctly. Let your additional thread locker dry before putting your rifle to use.

AR15 Reduced Power Hammer Spring Install Instructions
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5 of 5 Mil-Spec Trigger Kit September 25, 2021
Reviewer: Sergeant Fury from ,Hobe Sound, Florida  
Very satisfied with this kit. What an ingenious method to adjust tension and pull length.
Saved me considerable $$$.

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5 of 5 August 27, 2021
Reviewer: Patrick Saunders from Saint Petersburg FL, FL United States  


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5 of 5 August 13, 2021
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5 of 5 Best $20 you can spend on an AR August 10, 2021
Reviewer: Olman & Moody from North of DFW  
Arrived in 2-3 days via USPS.  This _is_ the best $20 you can spend on an AR.  Std.milspec trigger pull weight 6+ lbs. with 1320' of creep.  Polished & buffed sear & hammer  (many vids on YT), careful not to eff with engagement angles.  Installed & adjusted the screw per instructions.  Kept stock trigger spring for hard mil primers.  Drop-tested lower 24" multiple times to ensure positive engagement & hammer hold.  Passed with zero releases & no fiddling.  

Got consistent 5.5lb - within 0.10 lb - pull (feels lighter) with essentially no creep.  Can feel a little if I pull turtle-slow but steadily increasing pressure breaks trigger like the ol' glass rod. May experiment with various trigger springs but this simple mod is genius & a 100% improvement over the mil-spec trigger.  No, it's not a Gisselle & it's not $200.  

Work the engagement surfaces with a stone then buff (Flitz is your friend). Will buy more for other AR's.  Highly recommended.

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4 of 5 AR-15 trigger Job kit July 22, 2021
Reviewer: Mr. Short's from London, KY United States  
reduced blue trigger springs helped lower my pull weight on my my mil-spec trigger to about 4 to 4.5 lbs, I dont have a pull scale so I am not 100% sure on that but it is a significant difference. the trigger adjustment screw did not do much for my trigger. and the blue paint on the reduced trigger springs came off before I could get them installed but that did not phase function, outside of that all of it did what is was supposed to do. I would recommend to a friend if I had any

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