Timney Announces 2015 Customer's Choice Offerings–Replacement Triggers for Ruger American Rifle

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posted on January 30, 2015
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Timney Triggers, the oldest and largest trigger manufacturer in the world, has been asking shooters and hunters, "What trigger would you like us to build next?" The response has been incredible and thanks to our customers' involvement, we're thrilled to announce their 2015 Customer's Choice offerings.

Self-contained, 100 percent drop-in trigger is ready to install in your Ruger American Rifle for an exceptionally smooth, crisp, trigger pull. Pull weight is factory set at crisp three pounds and you can set it yourself to any pull weight you'd like from 1.5 to 4 pounds. Lightweight 6061 T6 aluminum housing is anodized for extra durability.

The trigger is CNC machined on the most cutting-edge, robotic-machines available. The sear is EDM cut and Teflon-nickel coated for maximum lubricity. The whole unit has been designed for easy installation and manufactured using Timney's stringent specifications for a lifetime of trouble-free service.

The trigger has adjustments for sear engagement and pull weight.

The trigger is adjustable from 1.5-4 pounds and reuses the factory safety components.

Model # 640R (Rimfire) $124.95

Model # 641C (Centerfire) $124.95

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