Zev, known for their high-end Glock offerings, is pushing ahead with new products for new platforms. Having become one of the star players in the de-facto handgun completely customizable platform, they are turning their attention on another completely customizable platform, the AR-15.
The new SSR is a non-drop-in trigger, “designed to bridge the gap between the multitude of two stage triggers intended for duty use, and single stage competition triggers.” To this effect, it accomplishes its goals on a technical level marvelously. The trigger is completely adjustable for pre and over-travel. Notably, all adjustments are held under detents to ensure recoil and subsequent vibrations will not change the adjustment.
Pull weight is user-selectable between 3.5 and 5.5 lbs, swapped quickly by changing hammer springs. The trigger bow has been extended for shooter comfort and Zev states the trigger is adjustable for reset over time, which will come in handy for those who set their triggers to hair pulls.
Perhaps most striking on the trigger is the PVD TiCN coating, giving a bright orange hue. It will be hard to miss noticing the Zev when installed in your favorite modern sporting rifle. The coating is not cheap. The trigger is retailing around $250.
Features From ZEV:
– Easy User Install Providing A Crisp Single Stage Trigger Break
– Adjustable to Most Lower Receivers for Sear Engagement and Over Travel
– Adjustable Reset For User Preference
– Detent Retained Adjustment Screws
– Durable PVD TiCN, Copper Coating
– 3.5lb or 5.5lb Trigger Pull Depending on Hammer Spring Used
– Extended Trigger Pad