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Bill Springfield AR trigger work, anyone?

Discussion in 'Maintenance & Gunsmithing' started by dirtyd, Jan 5, 2014.

  1. dirtyd

    dirtyd Kenmore Active Member

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    I've decided to replace my mil-spec AR trigger, (especially after my last range day). Anyways, I found some research I had done regarding work on my fathers AR's and came back across this gunsmith. Anyone else had work done there? I think this is what I may do as opposed to Giessle or Timney.

    Bill Springfield - www.TriggerWork.net
     
  2. gophishhhh

    gophishhhh milwaukie Active Member

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    if you dont want to spend a pile of money on a drop in trigger and are not just punching paper, you should be happy with Bill's work.
    Had him do mine a few years back, works great.
    you can find a lot more information about his work on AR15.com
     
  3. dirtyd

    dirtyd Kenmore Active Member

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    Thanks for the info, I checked out some posts over there. Seem less than enthusiastic. My plan now is to save for a Gieselle SSA or similar and just go all out. My guns fairly magnified and I use it exclusively for range and coyote work so some of my shots are out there. Kinda have a pet peeve for nice groups at the range too.
     
  4. iamme

    iamme Lane County Well-Known Member

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    Geissele are worth it! Look at their SD line. I have a sd3g and an sde iirc. Very nice triggers.
     
  5. SICARIO

    SICARIO Oregon City Active Member

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    Bill Springfield trigger is good. I had one and the only issue I ran into was in my 308 with hard military primers. The JP springs just didn't have enough oomph. Since then I have gone to Geissele, worth every penny, and no light primer strikes.
     
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    cookie THE SOCIALIST STATE OF KALI - FORNIA Well-Known Member

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    Geissele, SSA runs any primer and the buy once cry once applies on this purchase.
     
  7. dirtyd

    dirtyd Kenmore Active Member

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    Yea, I just read a number of reviews about some of his triggers going full auto. I'm sure a majority of his work turns out fine but I just dont wanna risk it since I shoot at the range quite often. Geissele just seems like the surefire way to go at the moment.