I, for one, am excited to see the previously mundane feature on modern sporting rifles getting a real boost. Companies like Geissele and Timney have and continue to do a great job at perfecting existing technology. Now, companies like HiperFire and now TriggerTech are re-thinking the fundamentals of how the trigger itself can operate.
TriggerTech’s latest claim is their upcoming “frictionless” trigger for the AR-15. The new design is now available for pre-order. The drop-in pack is adjustable from 2.5 to 5 lbs. The housing is 6061 aluminum and the trigger itself is 440C stainless steel. Target price is under $160.
You can bet we will ask for one and review it thoroughly.