Lantac and CMC AR-15 Triggers

Ray I.
by Ray I.

Lantac USA and CMC Triggers recently announced they’ve collaborated on two new AR-15 triggers. Their new E-CT1 and E-CT2 are both non-adjustable drop-in triggers and will come with either a curved or flat skeletonized trigger. The E-CT1 trigger is a single stage at 3.5lbs and the E-CT2 is a 2 stage. They’ll retail for $210. Check out for more info.

This Tactical Trigger Group is a completely self contained, 100% drop-in fire control group upgrade for the AR-15, LR-308 and AR-10 rifles.
Building on the original Super Match design, the double patented Tactical Flat or Curved Trigger design yields truly remarkable and unprecedented trigger control, trigger feel and accuracy, while also retaining the rugged reliability of a Mil-Spec trigger group. Trigger pull is factory pre-set at 3 to 3-1/2 pounds, and is not user adjustable.
Fits most standard Mil-Spec lower receivers with .154″ diameter trigger and hammer pin holes.

Features LANTAC’s Patented Trigger Bow Design.

Will fit Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 Rifles with the longer pin set that is available separately.

Made in the USA.

Ray I.
Ray I.

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  • Nick F. Nick F. on Sep 15, 2015

    As much as I like Lantac and their products (have a UAR and dragon MB myself) I really hate the design of this new trigger. I think if I upgrade I'll definitely just go with a full CMC or a Geissele rather than... whatever this thing is.

  • Marcus D. Marcus D. on Sep 15, 2015

    The CMC is $40 less, and a Velocity $60 less. Why would I opt for this?