Two-Stage triggers still remain a popular choice for many riflemen due to their unique characteristics that make them great to run in high-stress situations or in precision applications where a predictable and consistent trigger pull is needed. The recently revived Bushmaster Firearms has just introduced their new DM2S Dedicated Marksman 2 Stage Trigger. The new trigger will feature a standard installation and will be compatible with all mil-spec AR-15 lowers.
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Bushmaster Introduces the DM2S Dedicated Marksman 2 Stage Trigger
DM2S Dedicated Marksman 2 Stage Trigger
- AR-15 Platform Compatible
- 4.12-4.56 lbs unlubricated pull weight
- 3.12-3.71 lbs lubricated pull weight
- Curved Trigger Bow
- Mil-Spec Pin Size
Our goal is to bring Bushmaster™ back to the top with quality, American made manufacturing.
-CEO Sun Naegle – Bushmaster Firearms
The new 2 stage trigger has been curated for military, law enforcement, hunting, and competition applications and will be made available through Bushmaster’s lineup of distributors. Along with the reintroduction of their M4 Patrolman’s, QRC, and MX15-E2S models of rifles, this trigger should perfectly complement their new opening lineup of products as the company attempts to regain its footing within the AR-15 market.
Along with the many teasers of the Bushmaster ACR returning, Bushmaster seems to be setting themselves up to recapture both old fans of the product lineup as well as new customers looking for a solid rifle backed by a company that has a long history of developing and perfecting the AR-15 design. At the time of writing, no information on pricing for the new DM2S trigger has been released and the trigger will only be made available through Bushmaster’s select dealers and retailers. What are your thoughts on single vs two-stage triggers? Do you prefer one over the other for certain applications or do you stick with one throughout all your shooting? Let us know down in the comments.