Elftmann Tactical has just introduced the industry’s first truly finger adjustable AR-15 trigger. The Elf SOCOM Trigger is a drop-in solution for competitors, precision shooters, and service members who need or want the ability to fine-tune their trigger pull on the fly, all without the use of tools. The Elf SOCOM will be offered in 6 different variants for different styles of shooting and firearms. All triggers are currently in stock and ready to ship at the time of writing.
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The Elf SOCOM Trigger: A Truly Finger Adjustable Trigger
The core of the Elf SOCOM series of triggers is the new finger adjustable capabilities that Elftmann Tactical has added to their lineup of drop-in triggers. The new patented incremental adjustment knob allows the user to finger adjust the trigger pull weight without needing to worry that the adjustment will walk itself up or down. This is accomplished by a single spring within the trigger housing that does not allow the tension to change without manually setting it. According to Elftmann Tactical, this ability is what has led to their triggers becoming a choice of many individuals in special operations.
Elftmann Tactical says that their new adjustable triggers are still “Absolutely Drop-Safe” regardless of the pull weight. The new trigger lineup includes the SOCOM Match Trigger, SOCOM 3-Gun Trigger, SOCOM AR-9 Trigger, SOCOM AR-10/.208 Trigger, SOCOM Service Trigger, and finally the SOCOM Match Pro Trigger SE with ELF PRO-LOCK Threaded mounting system. Each of the 6 types of triggers is available in either a straight or curved blade configuration and pricing begins at $259.00. All Elftmann Tactical triggers are proudly made in the USA.
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