RISE Armament Debuts $99 Trigger Group

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posted on November 24, 2015
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RISE Armament, the maker of the RA-535 Advanced-Performance Trigger, introduces the Black Fallout RA-140 Super Sporting Trigger (SST) for modern sporting rifles.

The single-stage drop-in trigger group has a clean break with a short reset. The RA-140 SST has a 3.5-pound pull weight and a comfortable, rounded trigger.

“A sector of the market has been underserved. Until now, there wasn’t a quality trigger group available around the $100 price point,” says Chris Barger, president of RISE Armament. “The RA-140 performs as well as trigger groups that are double the cost. Now, no one has an excuse to use a mil-spec trigger.”

The RA-140 SST retails for $119 but is available for an introductory price of $99. It is available at JSE Surplus, Fatboy Tacticial, Ground Zero Precision, Primary Arms, and Red Barn Armory.

“Upgrading the trigger is one of the most important, impactful, and easy changes people can make to their rifles. It’s incredible how much more accurate and enjoyable a good trigger is when compared to the mil-spec triggers that come standard in most weapons,” Barger adds.

Like all RISE products, the RA-140 SST is manufactured and assembled in RISE’s Oklahoma-based facility according to stringent AS9100 aerospace requirements. It is precision CNC machined from high-grade, heat-treated tool steel and aluminum. Each trigger group is contained in a black 8625 hardcoat anodized aluminum housing.

Its self-contained design makes it easy to install with no fine-tuning needed.

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