Elftmann AR-15 3 Gun Trigger Straight Mil-Spec .154"
- Fits any Mil-Spec AR-15 lower receiver
- Absolutely drop safe regardless of pull weight
- Adjustable from 2.75 to 4 pounds pull weight
- Flat trigger bow
- Full power hammer spring to ensure primer ignition
- Double wound hammer spring and skeletonized hammer for extremely short lock-time
- Short pull and reset
- Made from lightweight aircraft grade aluminum and hardened steel
- Trigger and hammer needle bearings for smooth and fast firing
- 100% made in the U.S.A.
- Weight: 2oz.
Installation can be done in minutes using your AR’s original hammer and trigger pins. The amazing short take-up, glass-rod crisp break and next to zero over-travel can be compared to the finest custom 1911 triggers. Adjustability puts you in charge based on your preference. If you are looking for the finest adjustable trigger for your competition AR-15 platform, this is the trigger system for you.
Elftmann Tactical is a well-known name in the 3 gun competition community with their selection of high-quality AR-15 and AR10 aftermarket triggers. Each of their triggers come with unique features such as drop safeties, needle bearings, and much more to ensure that you get a product that can take on the competition. All their products are made in the United States of America and are backed with a lifetime guarantee. Elftmann products will continue to innovate for many years to come.
Ratings & Reviews
ELFTMAN 3 GUN TRIGGER
by jim from NC
Once adjusted for your rifle you have a very fine trigger. Very few trigger groups can compare. Ball bearing system is so smooth with a crisp break.<br>long range shoots as well as rapid fire are easy and a reset you set.
Good trigger, maybe a little too good.
by Stephen -
The trigger itself is good, very smooth and light pull. I was shooting Winchester White Box ammo and about 50% were light primer strikes. They are not NATO round and should have commercial primers. I feel the hammer is just to light to transfer enough energy to the primer. With that being said I will re-purpose the trigger for the 6.5 Creedmore I am building. Maybe the primers will be more accepting of a lighter strike.