Timney AR-15 Trigger

posted on June 13, 2011

The standard AR-15 trigger was designed to be used for military applications and I knew from experience I would soon tire of the poor trigger pull.

For my build of an AR-15 lower, I selected a Timney AR-15 Skeletonized drop-in trigger, partly because it looks so cool.

At $259.95 retail (you can find it for much less on line and save even more money by forgoing the skeletonized option), this is an expensive upgrade, but well worth it.


Reloading for beginners
Reloading for beginners

Handloading from a Novice’s Perspective

What happens when a novice learns to handload with the help of experts?

The Keys To Successful Speed Shooting

Learning effective speed shooting means learning how to do the basics on-demand as efficiently as possible. 

First Look: Primary Weapons Systems Suppressors

Known for their modern sporting rifles, PWS is now branching out into the suppressor market.

Why A Shotgun Is Best for Home Defense (And All Sorts Of Other Things)

Have you lost that lovin’ feelin’ for your scattergun? Here’s why it should be a go-to choice for home defense.

KelTec Sub2000 Carbine Selected for School Resource Deputies

KelTec's Sub2000 carbine has been selected for school resource deputies in Brevard County, Florida.

First Look: Smith & Wesson Model 350 Revolver

Smith & Wesson brings the 350 Legend cartridge to its X-frame revolver line.


Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.