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Old June 5th, 2019, 05:01 PM #1
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All 4 LaRue triggers on sale

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Free gift wrapping an $10 of every trigger goes to Team Nolo.
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Old June 5th, 2019, 05:05 PM #2
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Just grabbed one! They have the single stage available at this price also, bow or flat. If you are looking for a great trigger at a fantastic price get one while you can.
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What's the real difference between single and 2 stage triggers?

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An additional stage
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An additional stage
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Simply put, you have a break weight and virtually no pull weight on the trigger. So instead of squeezing and slowly pulling the trigger to release a long distance with the same weight, the release is short. You kinda hit a wall then snap.
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Simply put, you have a break weight and virtually no pull weight on the trigger. So instead of squeezing and slowly pulling the trigger to release a long distance with the same weight, the release is short. You kinda hit a wall then snap.
I'm confused too. Which is which?
I would like a nice trigger on my 20" 6.5 Grendel SPR-ish. The intent is bench/prone out to 1000yds.
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I think I remember Bill Geissele describing different triggers as breaking like a carrot or like an icicle somewhere in here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypb5HXdDJhc and that two stage triggers are used in high stress situations where fine motor skills degrade. I trust him but I personally am no expert.
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Got me a flat one! Almost got one last week. Thanks for the heads up!
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Single stage is good for speed, two stage for precision. Single stage is the glass rod...you pull and nothing happens until it eventually breaks. Two stage has a light first bit of travel that runs into the second to break. Basically if it's a 4.5lb two stage, you press 3 lbs in for a 1/8 of an inch or so and hit a wall that takes an additional 1.5 lbs to break....its kind've like having a 1.5 lb trigger that's safer to bump around in feel. A 4.5 lb single stage means you press against a wall until 4.5 lbs when it breaks.

Two stages for precision allows you to load the trigger and then essentially break the shot with a light 1.5 lbs. Single stages can have less travel, making them quick.
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