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    Industry Member Gravel Agency's Avatar
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    CMC Triggers

    Please contact your local dealer for options and pricing.

    CMC's innovative, self-contained and easy-to-install AR-15 trigger groups, have been completely re-tooled to maximize production capacities, incorporate new design enhancements and reduce cost. CMC's AR-15 trigger groups have always yielded exceptional trigger pull dynamics for our tens of thousands of satisfied customers.

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    CMC Triggers Corp. announces a revolutionary new trigger design for the Glock® Pistol.
    Utilizing our Patented “Signature Flat” trigger design, we’ve downsized the overall geometry
    to create an excellent fit in the Glock® pistol. All of the superior traits from the AR platform
    are replicated here in our new design

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    Why is it that distributors wont post MRSP on the products they share on CGN
    This member is sarcastic at times ! *Pictures should be mandatory if selling in the Equipment Exchange*

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    I have a 3.5lb CMC trigger in my AR carbine, and a TriggerTech Adaptable AR Primary Trigger set to 2.5lbs in my precision AR.

    I can speak to the quality of the CMC trigger- breaks like glass, no slack, no over-travel; a perfect trigger. Consider it a very good upgrade for your AR if you don't like two-stage triggers that is waaaaay cheaper than a Geissele.
    Currently looking for Sig P226 9mm conversion kit, or a .40 S&W to 9mm conversion barrel.

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    Industry Member Gravel Agency's Avatar
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    Great to hear the feedback!

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