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Thread: Drop in Trigger Options for WK180-c

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Silencer View Post
    I've tried both Rise Armament RA 140 SST trigger and a JMT drop in trigger. Both are a no go since the stock pins fit WAY too loose.Whenever the hammer is up the pins will literally fall right through. Seem to me like these drop in triggers are designed to be used with anti rotation pins. Anyone knows of any sellers that sell anti rotation pins for the WK180c?
    Do your drop in triggers not have tensioning screws?

    I've only used Trigger Tech and Timney drop ins and both of them require you to tighten tensioning screws after sliding the trigger pins through. I suspect the triggers you have would be the same no?
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    The JMT one has threaded holes but no screws. I'll install the Rise trigger and see how it goes!

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    Reinstalled the RISE trigger and tightened the set screws. Everything works great! Thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Silencer View Post
    Reinstalled the RISE trigger and tightened the set screws. Everything works great! Thanks a lot!
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    Can confirm that the Geisselle SD-E drops in with no alterations required. I don't have a tester on hand. But the listed 3.5lbs seems accurate. Took a few shots with it to confirm that I didn't wreck anything today. It makes the wk wayyyyyy nicer to shoot :D

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    Calvin Elite, yeah or nay?

    Triggertech drop-in, yeah or nay?
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    can you guys maybe help me decide which EDT Hiperfire trigger to buy? I found the Sharpshooter, Designated marksman, and the Heavy gunner all at the same price. now, I just need to figure out which one to order! thanks in advance.

    edit: ordered the Designated Marksman, can’t wait!
    Last edited by nelsonm64; 07-05-2019 at 03:47 PM.
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