TacCon Releases the “241” Trigger System

    Having been teasing it for some time, TacCon has formally released details on their 241 trigger system. An interesting play on words, the trigger keeps the characteristic three settings, this time opting for an immediate assisted-reset mode and the second being a two-stage “ultra-precise” trigger with a 3.5 lbs take-up and 1 lbs break.

    Sounds great for 3-gunners and you bet we will ask for one for review. Two-for-one indeed.

    Pricing has not been announced, but prospective owners can sign-up for pre-orders on their site for 10% off.

    Details From TacCon below:

    Tac-Con™ USA is proud to release the 241 Trigger for the AR-15.

    We’ve heard the needs of our customers and Tac-Con has combined its blazing-fast 3MR assisted-reset technology with a precision two-stage trigger, providing you the ultimate all in one, simple, drop-in replacement system.

    Now shooters can quickly transition from rapid fire to ultra-precise long range shot placement with the simple switch of the 3-mode selector. The 241 trigger system utilizes the standard “Fire” position for its 4.5lb assisted-reset mode, while the 180 degree, “full auto,” position activates the two-stage mode.

    The two-stage mode features a controllable 3.5lb take up with a clean, crisp 1lb break for the ultimate in precision shot placement.


    • Drop-In Trigger
    • 2 Stage Precision Modes
    • Positive Reset in 3rd Mode
    • Semi-auto is a Match Grade
    • Pull Rate 4 ½ Pounds
    • Zero-Take & No Overtravel


    • Full EDM & CNC’d in USA
    • Coated in NP3 (Nickel Teflon)


    • BATFE Compliant/Non-NFA

    Nathan S

    One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

    The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.