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I have two and both are awesome--one in a Noveske lower and one in a CMMG. I had a problem with one--forget the exact issue, but I think it wasn't resetting. Sent it to Wilson and they sent me a new one, no problems.

I like the modular design, as it reduces having to mess with the extra parts.
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Originally posted by 1911man 1911man wrote:

Sorry for the delay, been super busy workin and huntin (-:
 
Per varioius comments here, we successfully used a lot of JP trigger units in the past and it is a good product for those who know how to install them. All WC rifles now ship with our TTU including the Super Sniper.
 
All components are CNC machined in Arkansas USA from the best steels for the purpose of the individual component. It is the best trigger unit we can make as NO corners were cut in design or mfg.. Many of the triggers on the market utilize MIM, cast and/or stamped parts. We feel we are producing the best AR trigger unit money can buy and as always at WC it's backed by our "you will be satisfied" service policy.
That works for me, I've used many Wilson parts and love them.  Also his word is golden, if he says you'll be satisfied he's not kidding!
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

I installed a TTU in my 300Whisper over the weekend, very nice trigger.

I like the blade shape, break is very clean, reset is great.

Most of my ARs run Rock River match - which suck by comparison.

I have used triggers that range from military garbage to really good match and I would place the TTU pretty high on the list of great triggers.

But, at $270, pricy.

As in all things, you get what you pay for.

Me too, RC! I love this trigger. 
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Geissele vs. Wilson???

Anyone?


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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

Geissele vs. Wilson???

Anyone?



I am moderately certain, that I can not afford either one of them.  I do expect both to be very good.

That having been said, were I actually willing to pay that much money for a trigger, I would have gone with a Wilson TTU simply on the strength of the fact that Bill stops by and supports the forum.

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I can't comment on the other, but the WC trigger is top shelf and I can't imagine the "G" being any better.
I did have a 2 stage LMT trigger on a Bushmaster lower and it was decent, but didn't compare to the Wilson. 

Koshkin's comments ring true for me as well. 
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I have a stock trigger in my S&W MP 15 and MP15-22.
 
Which Wilson do you recommend for replacement - 4 lb. pull or the 5 - 5 3/4 lb. pull?
 
Thinking about upgrading.  Don't own a pull guage, but do know my stock triggers suck.
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Geissele's blade, by  a little; Wilson's break and reset, by a little.

I've never been a "modular trigger mech" guy, but damn if dropping the Wilson in wasn't easy as hell, done in about 20 seconds.  I've installed too many others to recall and there is no way to make it excessively easy - the Wilson was damn near anti climactic.

And Bill stops by and supports the forum, that too carries weight with me.  And when I PM him, he answers.

The Wilson is a quality trigger.  Geissele is too.  Both are great.  Pick your poison.


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2 Wilson TR-TTU's should be on my door step the middle of next week.  My S&W's are getting an upgrade!
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I'll get there eventually problem is I need at least a half dozen of them so I will have to chip away at this project one at a time.  My worst trigger is a stock Colt HBAR it is just horid and uses the large pin system some idiot came up with.
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All I can say is WOW!!!!!!  Night and day difference from my stock triggers.  No creep what so ever.  Trigger breaks like...... like a candy cane snapping.  Nice short reset.
Had buyers remorse after I pushed the order button.  However, once installed and used on the range, it was apparant that it was money very well spent.
Installation was super easy.
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yep!
I like the candy cane analogy

I shot a buddies AR recently with a JP
I used to think it was a great trigger, now, not so much
sort of a mushy reset




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$269.99 apiece IS a little hard to swallow, but with a discount code (about MID WAY across the USA), I was able to get it down to $250.  Still high priced, but you do get what you pay for.  Something tells me that triggers are like high end glass (I don't own HIGH end glass), once you try, you can never go back.
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Originally posted by ccoker ccoker wrote:

yep!
I like the candy cane analogy

I shot a buddies AR recently with a JP
I used to think it was a great trigger, now, not so much
sort of a mushy reset




I shot a DPMS a while back with the factory installed JP trigger. Was not impressed. But I shot the same model DPMS with a JP trigger installed by a local gun smith and it was a night and day difference. Proper set up makes all the difference.
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interesting..
wonder if these were the drop in models or not?
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They were not the drop in models.
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