We will be attending TriggrCon betwen July 25 and July 28.
All orders made during these dates will ship on Monday, July 31. Thanks for your understanding.
The ALG Combat Trigger (ACT) is designed for those shooters where tradition, value and regulator concerns are of primary importance. The pull of both the triggers is very similar to a standard mil-spec trigger, but with the removal of the grittiness. The ACT has a sharper trigger pull than a mil-spec trigger. It retains the reliability of a stock AR15 trigger. The ACT do not have pull weights lower than the M4/M16 minimum weight specification of 5.5 lbs.
- The ACT is smoother and sharper than a stock trigger thanks to polished sear surfaces and Hardlubing of the trigger components
- Sear geometry has remained unchanged on both triggers, ensuring reliability
- Trigger and hammer are made from true 8620 alloy
- Disconnetor is 1070 High Carbon steel properly austempered into the spring range of hardness
- Springs are corrosion resistant and meet military specifications
- A full force hammer spring is used for positive ignition of all types of ammunition
- Trigger and hammer pins are improved over stock mild steel by using 4140 Chrome-Moly steel that has been quenched and tempered
- Pins are centerless ground to a fine finish and a diameter 0.001” larger than stock to reduce play in the trigger assembly while retaining a slip fit into the lower receiver
- Pull weight is above the U.S. Military minimum pull weight of 5.5lbs, but does not reach near the upper limit of 9.5lbs
- Generally the ACT pull weight is 6.0lbs
- The ACT features Hardlubed components, which is electroless Nickel plating with an integral modifier to the base nickel plate
- Either Boron or Teflon is used to enhance the surface hardness, wear resistance and corrosion resistance of the ACT
- The trigger component on the ACT is plated with Nickel-Boron which has a high surface hardness and excellent wear resistance
- The hammer, disconnector, and hammer/trigger pins are plated with Nickel Teflon which combines a low coefficient of friction with good wear resistance
- Instructions included