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    Rock River Arms NM trigger - Failure and repair

    I don't know if anyone here has had an experience like this, but I thought I'd post a link to my latest video in case it might be helpful.

    Howard

    https://youtu.be/GwAZEtRQ0V0

    #2
    Wow, that's interesting. Have you seen this issue with other manufacturer's lower receiver parts?
    Thanks for sharing this here!
    Welcome to the Addiction!

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      #3
      Originally posted by BMS View Post
      Wow, that's interesting. Have you seen this issue with other manufacturer's lower receiver parts?
      Thanks for sharing this here!
      You're welcome! I have not seen this issue with other manufacturer's products, but most of my experience has been with the RRA rifles and parts. I have three other rifles with the same trigger (but nowhere near the round-count of the one that failed), and they have been fine. RRA is probably the most used rifle in High Power competition. They also install this same trigger in a lot of their tactical rifles, and a similar trigger in their varmint rifles. If this were a major issue, I'm sure it would be known.

      Howard
      Last edited by Hrfunk; 06-08-2018, 08:54 AM.

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        #4
        I've seen other triggers go south and for the most part its from not adjusting them correctly or from lack of maintenance. The RR two stage while basic compared too the others is a little more robust and fool proof for the ham fisted like myself, drop it in and go.

        Howard what ser number range is your rifle? Mine is a earlier NM A4 from Commercial Row #71xxx and its trigger has been flawless and still holds weight. Its been feed a steady diet of Mk262 and clone loads.

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          #5
          I have used RR NM triggers in the past and never had any issues. I suppose its just like any other manufacture, every now and then they will have a bad part

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            #6
            Originally posted by Orlando View Post
            I have used RR NM triggers in the past and never had any issues. I suppose its just like any other manufacture, every now and then they will have a bad part
            The serial number on mine is KT1026XXX. It began life as an A2, and I added the A4 upper to it last year.

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              #7
              The RRA NM trigger in my squirrel rifle has seen about 12K cycles over the last 6 years and the only change has been about a .5# decrease in trigger pull. I have them and the varmint version on 8 different lowers including a PA10 that required a hammer modification to make it work. I find them exceptionally reliable.

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