Velocity Triggers is a new company founded by Tom …

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Velocity Triggers is a new company founded by Tom Vehr, who has more than three decades of experience designing and producing triggers. Vehr has an impressive resume including fourteen years of experience with Timney Triggers where he ran various aspects of production ranging from design to tooling to testing. In addition to working with Timney, Vehr also worked at Knight Rifles and founded Vehr Manufacturing, which is the parent company to Velocity Triggers.

For the company’s debut product Vehr put his extensive experience to work to create a new drop-in AR trigger assembly that’s designed to deliver exceptional performance at a more affordable price than many similarly performing triggers. The Velocity Trigger is made to fit all AR platforms and comes in both curved and straight styles with pull weights of 3, 4, and 4 1/2 pounds. It has a pre-assembled, black-anodized housing and simply drops into place. The housing itself is made from 6061T6 billet aluminum and the hammer and disconnect are treated with NP3 by Robar. As for performance, the company’s website says the trigger “makes your AR feel like a true bolt-action sniper rifle.”

The Velocity Trigger is 100% made in America. To take a closer look, visit the company’s website at MSRP is $150.00. If you’re in the market for a new trigger for your AR, take a look at the Velocity Trigger.

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  • Andrew Andrew on Jul 20, 2015

    "makes your AR feel like a sniper rifle"

    Sorry, but I refuse to buy products from a company that says such stupid things.

  • Jeremy S. Jeremy S. on Jul 21, 2015

    Hey thanks for linking my vid here! The Velocity Trigger is top notch and regularly available from various retailers online for $134 shipped. I've seen it on sale many times at $119 and one super crazy sale (I think it was Black Friday) at $99. It's the least expensive drop-in AR trigger on the market but performs as well as the big names and the quality is every single bit as good, too.