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In drumming, a trigger is an electronic transducer that can be attached to a drum, cymbal or other instrument to enable it to control an electronic drum unit or similar device.
Specialised triggers are produced for specific instruments. A snare drum trigger, for example, will often have two channels, one each for the rim and head, while a tom-tom drum trigger usually needs to only register strokes to the drum head.
Drum triggers gained great attention in the beginning of the 1990s, being extensively used on bass drums in heavy metal music.
The advantage of using drum triggers is that potential problems associated with using microphones can be overcome by triggering pre-recorded samples. It is commonly quoted that less effort is required from the drummer when using drum triggers. The drum module to which the trigger is connected can be adjusted to accommodate a range of volumes, thus preserving the dynamic range of the drummer's playing. Triggers have a greater use in live performances than in studio recordings, since some drummers dislike the processed triggered sound, labelled by some as artificial.
AR Parts. Selling in lots. Will not split up. See pictures.
Lot 1: CMMG - $30
Milspec 4.5lbs trigger group complete, used 60 rounds + new random lower parts. Quite a bit better than most milspec triggers.
Lot 2: AERO - $15
New trigger springs, new end plate, new trigger...
UPDATE: CLOSED FOR NEW GROUP MEMBERS.
If you want one, feel free to post as a "backup", there's usually a few people who need to back out and I'll have an extra or two. If that happens, I'll offer them in order of post here.
Trigger Group: MBT-2S (Curved)
Looking for a new trigger for my Ruger 10/22. The KIDD "Trigger Job" kit is at the top of my list at the moment: KIDD "Trigger Job" Kit with Hammer, Sear, Disconnect, and Trigger blade
But I'm open to other upgraded triggers as well. Anything better than the stock trigger currently installed.
I am looking for several Tapco G2 single hook or RAK1 (Century) FCG sets. New is great, used, but not abused is OK too. Can buy or trade for other ak related ammo or parts, 22 match ammo. I have lots of AK related items, some listed drums and mags and 22 match ammo
Royal Arms Curved aluminum Trigger - Glock Gen 1-4 Trigger & Bar - 9mm .40 .357 - Silver with black safety.
Awesome trigger, no longer produced. No issues, works perfectly. Almost no take up and clean break. I was using a factory minus connector with it.
$100 shipped or picked up in aloha
Photos if I need to, but it looks like a S&W Victory with a Threaded BBL
Used, but Vinne used, so no more than a couple hundred rounds through it. :rolleyes:
All original parts and box included. I did remove the magazine safety when I installed the Tandemkross trigger. Comes with this Truglo...
I thought I would post up a small how to on upgrading a Ruger Mark 3 as I have seen numerous videos that do not contain the best info.
I started with a Mark III SS Hunter:
First thing I did was replace the grips which is pretty straight forward - I bought the grip and SS screws from Amazon...