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i bought a new Windham Weaponary SRC ar15 in 223/5.56 recently and was thinking about changing the trigger. Does anyone know if it takes the small pin or large pin replacement.
 
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i am now thinking small pin. Reckon i can take on out and measure it.
 
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It's small pin, colt is the only large pin guns.


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thanks for your reply.
 
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If you go for the jp be prepared to do a lot of stoning and test fitting.

One of the best drop in is the ALG ACT. It's around 4.5#, single stage and extremely nice. At $70 it's also one of the cheapest replacements and it's all nickel boron coated.

Good luck!


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Thanks most of the ones i was looking at was 160 plus. That helps my billfold.
 
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The ALG Advanced Combat Trigger is well worth the buy extra over standard two stage combat triggers. They do offer another but it's around a pound heavier and either the hammer or the trigger isn't coated. You'll like the ACT.


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Thanks. I have one on the way now. They come with a 4.5 and 6 pd springs. Not bad for 66.00.
 
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And the coating makes it feel lighter.

Let me know what you think once you get it installed. Wink


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Got my ALG ACT trigger today. It is a lot better than the stock trigger. Anyone that wants to not spend a lot of money on a ar trigger i will recommend this one.It was 66.00 shipped with a 4.5 and 6.00 pound trigger spring.
 
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