Velocity Triggers Drop in Trigger 3 lb Curved FREE Add-ons - $134.95

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Velocity Triggers Drop in Trigger 3 lb Curved (AR Triggers)

Customize your order with FREE add-ons:

Mil-spec pins
Anti-Rotation Pins
Enhanced Trigger Guard
Polymer Lower Shim

NEW: The latest innovation of Velocity Triggers is Diamond Like Carbon Coating (DLC) on the trigger which will give your Velocity Trigger the highly effective combination of a low coefficient of friction and high micro-hardness, its also a surface that will not rust and gives your trigger a deep dark black color.

Simply stated, the Diamond Like Carbon Coating (DLC) results in a greater wear resistance over the life of the trigger.
A high quality precision engineered AR Trigger

The trigger group comes as a pre-assembled housing.
It is designed to be installed into any AR lower receiver.
It drop into your gun easily and no gunsmithing is required.

These steps are taken to give you the quality you deserve to deliver the next shot as if your life depended on it:

Every trigger is 100% Made in America
EDM wire technology and tool steel are used to precision manufacture the trigger, hammer, and disconnect
Heat-treated to give you an exception lifetime of service
The housing is machined from 6061 T6 billet aluminum

But that's not all...

The housing is green anodized to provide you with a lifetime of durability.
Trigger is black oxide then hand polished to create the smoothness you desire from an exceptional trigger.
The Hammer and Disconnect are treated with NP3 by Robar to give you the super smooth feel you expect from a high quality trigger.

Velocity Triggers is based in Phoenix, AZ. Tom Vehr, owner and operator, has over 30 years of experience designing, manufacturing, and assembling triggers.
Tom spent 14 years at Timney Triggers running all aspects of production including design, set-up, tooling, testing, and scheduling.

In 1995 Knight Rifles hired Tom to direct their trigger manufacturing. Over the course of 13 years at Knight Rifles, Tom produced close to 500,000 trigger assemblies as well as other parts.

In 2008 Tom started Vehr Manufacturing, parent company to Velocity Triggers. Vehr Manufacturing continues to produce triggers for Knight Rifles along with doing other job shop work.

No doubt about it...

With over 30 years of experience manufacturing and assembling triggers we have learned the processes, metals and treatments to produce a product that will perform with the most expensive triggers out there at half the price. If you have an AR and want to dramatically improve your accuracy order your Velocity AR Trigger today.

*Do Not use with 9mm conversion or any open bolt face

Category: Gun Parts
Caliber: Triggers
MPN: VELO1
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Why does this keep getting

Why does this keep getting posted? It has been the same price for 2 years. Drop it to $99.99.

Edit, this comment was made when it was the trigger only.

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Fyi on long term reliability

Fyi on long term reliability compared to my CMC on another M4. This Velocity has 3,120 rounds thru it and still works flawlessly. My CMC has 1970 rounds thru it flawlessly as well. Just my experience

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I replaced my RRA 2-stage

I replaced my RRA 2-stage trigger that I got in a LPK with this trigger. Shot it this weekend and was amazed at the difference. This is a great trigger!

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Put your RRA 2 stage on ebay,

Put your RRA 2 stage on ebay, i will buy it.

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That is true. He did work for

That is true. He did work for timny.

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Range review: Bought two of

Range review: Bought two of these about 1 year ago. They compare very favorable against my CMC and BRO triggers. I have one installed on a 7.5" SBR 5.56 and the other on a 16" AR308 and they both run flawlessly.

There are two issues with these triggers:
1) After shooting for long sessions the screws that tighten the pins come loose, even with RED thread locker, ended up installing no-walk pins (additional cost). 2)I know many have complained, but this to me is not an issue: There is another screw that loosens up a bit an the trigger becomes extremely sensitive, with enough practice you will empty mags at full auto rates. This second issue has gotten me in trouble at the Nazi range where they only allow 1 shot every 3 seconds, but anywhere else it could put a huge smile on your face. If your rifle is your hunting gun or a defensive gun I would advise that you tighten the loose screw.

The "loose" trigger averages a 2.8# pull. There is no perceivable take-up or creep, and the reset is as nice as it gets for this price point. For $134 I would buy this again before another CMC or another BRO trigger.

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Geissele triggers dont have

Geissele triggers dont have screws that come loose. I would not want to mess with these after reading your comment. I am really happy that i read it first before buying because that would have been frustrating. Thanks

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Change the price back to $120

Change the price back to $120 shipped like it was and Ill buy another one or two.

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Agreed. At $134'ish it is

Agreed. At $134'ish it is only a few dollars off what I just picked up another CMC trigger for ($138 from Sportsmans Guide with 15% extra off and free shipping).

Don't get me wrong, I've bought a few of these Velos and I like them. But for $5 more I'll pick up a CMC every time.

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I don't have mine yet, but

I don't have mine yet, but you can buy a 3.5lb Fallout drop in trigger on ebay for $80 plus $4.34 shipping if you buy two.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/181865973219?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPage...

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Gary, Those are Black Rain

Gary,

Those are Black Rain Ordinance triggers, I bought one from JoeBob Outfitters not long ago to kick it's tires. It arrived and installed in one of my plinker AR's.

Not as good as what I was using, but still a nice trigger for roughly $100. Mine averaged a hair over 4# and the only caveat is I felt compelled to use KNS anti walk pins, which I prefer to not use, but I had one in my spare parts and used it on the Black Rain trigger.

One of my neighbor's friends asked me to find a affordable 3.5# drop in that's not a POS.

Almost done playing with it, but it's not replacing my TTU drop in trigger any time soon. Still a good bargain for sure, as is the Velocity trigger.

Why Black Rain Ordinance millet off their logo and liquidated them is anyone's guess. I saw no defects in function nor finish sans the removed logo.

PS, I've tried this Velocity drop in trigger as well. Another half decent bang for the buck. The one I tried was dead on 3#

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Bought 2 of these- Love 'em.

Bought 2 of these- Love 'em. Bump fires like a mo-fo if that's what you're in to. Just buy some KNS retaining pins now- the pressure set-screws intended to hold these firmly in place are a little questionable- puts too much pressure on the safety select barrel for my liking. (used in 2 different lowers- one Poly from TNArmsco and another from Aero precison <- fit better)

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Just get a Geissele and never

Just get a Geissele and never look back.

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One of the biggest gun buying

One of the biggest gun buying mistakes I've ever made was to buy a Wilson Combat TTU trigger.
Once you buy one, you'll want them for all your AR's. Geissele's are great as well for your 2 stage needs.

..both will lighten your bank account.

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I was going to order 1, but

I was going to order 1, but got 2x RRA 2stage varmint (3.5lb) for the same price, off the RRA site. I can rearrange those into other rifles, and free up my CMC and ALG for faster/less precise builds.

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Ordered this a week ago and

Ordered this a week ago and installed it today. Installation was as straight forward as one might imagine. Obviously I can't speak to the durability or long term maintenance of a product this new to me. That said, I'm highly impressed with the initial feel of this trigger. I replaced a respectable 5 lb. trigger with this piece and didn't expect such a noticable improvement. Checked it a dozen or so times with a trigger pull gauge it broke repeatedly between 3.2 & 3.5 lbs. The break was crisp with no perceptible take up or creep and with nice short over travel. The fit and finish of this product were excellent. If the cost of a drop in has held you back from buying one in the past, this might be worth a look. I believe this to be a reasonably good value. GotAmmo did a good job and had this product to me in 6 days. I'll report further once I've visited the range. Even the best initial impressions can change if it doesn't go bang when you want it to and only when you want it to.

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I bought this 3 weeks ago for

I bought this 3 weeks ago for $10 more...figures that it would be cheaper after I purchased! Installed in a home built LR308. Works great and very crisp break. My first drop in trigger and I love it.

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I live in the Phx area, and

I live in the Phx area, and love to buy local when I can (Young Manufacturing, Galco, etc), but a 'new' design over a proven Geissele @ about the same price isn't going to sway me...yet.
I guess I'll read more reviews, or wait for a gen2 maybe???

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Geissele? This is similar to

Geissele? This is similar to the Timney design. Timney and Velocity are both located in Phoenix. I heard the owner of Velocity used to work at Timney. Doesn't mean it's true, just what I heard.

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I got mine in the other day

I got mine in the other day and put it in my AR...what an incredible product! Couldn't be happier or more impressed. The installation was a breeze and once I tightened up the set screws on the bottom of the trigger this thing was rock solid and no creep. It passed every safety check and felt great. I can't wait to get my AR out to the range and run rounds through it. If you are in the market or on the fence rest assured the velocity trigger will meet and exceed your needs.

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I would give it a try at the

I would give it a try at the original $120 shipped, but as others have said, too many other better, proven options at $130 and up. The double-fire reports are of real concern.

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There are simple adjustments

There are simple adjustments that fix this according to other posts below.

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got my geissele g2s and cmc

got my geissele g2s and cmc flat for cheaper. the cmc came with anti walk pins. cant see the appeal in paying more for this.

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Please let me know where you

Please let me know where you got the CMC flat trigger for cheaper. I'd like to buy one.

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not going to get a CMC

not going to get a CMC cheaper that this now-days, that's a pipe dream. Maybe a couple years ago.

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Yeah, thats upsetting the

Yeah, thats upsetting the price continues to increase. This is still entirely too new of a product for all that, especially with the potentially serious malfunctions that have been reported!
Nonetheless, I'm still happy I got mine at a decent price and excited to try it out. I too will report back with poundage and a range report.

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Update on mine (with the very

Update on mine (with the very light {sub 3#} pull):

I took the Velocity trigger to the range today and it is not resetting correctly. Each trigger pull is double firing. Once on the trigger pull, again on the trigger release. It is engaging the disconnect correctly, however, when releasing it is not engaging the sear to stop the hammer.

Double shots each trigger pull, and several 4 and 6 shot strings. The RSO was not a happy camper as he thought I was shooting full-auto. ;)

EDIT: Gotammo emailed and gave me a fix. Little screw between the hammer and disconnect. Tried a few adjustments and 1/4 turn clockwise seems to have solved the issue (at least at the workbench). Also brought the pull weight up ~1/2 lb, now averaging ~3.5# on an average of 10 pulls on the scale.

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Am I tripping or did these

Am I tripping or did these first show up at $119.99 then again at $129.99 and now at $139.99? Is the dealer raising prices because there selling good?

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No you're not trippin. I'd

No you're not trippin. I'd say they're selling good so retailer is raising price. Google is your friend. And for $149.xx plus a couple bucks shipping you can get the CMC which comes with a nice set of anti-walk pins. So there's an upper price limit on this item, so it would seem to me. I think at this price point ($140 shipped) this would be top end for this product shipped. It needs to settle back down to a lower price point.

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Agree wholeheartedly, Angry

Agree wholeheartedly, Angry Bill. While this trigger has been surprisingly nice, it is creeping into the range where I can get a discounted CMC trigger (Primary Arms sale, SPG). I tried one out due to the price point, but having used CMCs for years, I can say with certainty that at a similar price point I will pick the CMC.

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The G2S is a different

The G2S is a different trigger but it's also available for this price too.

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Hey, if you are really lucky

Hey, if you are really lucky you can grab a G2S when AIM sells them for $109. Blue moon between times they have them in stock, but I've grabbed two last year.

I think it was around August of last year when they had their last 'in stock' batch.

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Yes, to all. Maybe the OEM is

Yes, to all. Maybe the OEM is going up. Tactical Shit has these with a different coating for $180. It also included s&h halfway through those changes.

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I thought that looked very

I thought that looked very similar. The housing is slightly different, but the hammer looks identical.

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Average of 10 pulls on the

Average of 10 pulls on the trigger pull scale: 2.8#
High: 3.2#
Low: 2.6#

Compares very favorably against my CMC 3.5# units. I can't feel any creep at all. Looking forward to seeing how this holds up over a case of ammo and to see how it affect pull weight, etc.

That pull weight is seriously low though.

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Strange, most of us are

Strange, most of us are getting High 3's and even low 4's. I wonder why the discrepancy....

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Using a Wheeler analog pull

Using a Wheeler analog pull scale. Measured at the middle of the 'bow' of the trigger. Measuring further down the trigger brings back a lower pull weight of about 2.5#.

The scale is right on target with my CMC triggers (both 3.5 and 4.5 models), my two PoFs, my Geissele's (G2S and SSA-E's), and all of my RRANM2S are all right around 4.5# (except one that measures under 3#, another odd sample).

The intent was not in any way to 'brag', only to report on my results since they came back different that what others had been seeing in their own testing. Has anyone tried a lubricant on theirs yet? I pre-lube mine before installation, but the NP3 coating is pretty slick. I doubt the TW25B would make that much of a difference in this application.

I am running TW25B Mil-Comm grease on the trigger (which may or may not account for some lowering of weight), but it felt very light to begin with. Might be a far-sigma variant. I had planned on swapping it with one of the POF's on my range loaner gun, but it is lighter than I want to run on something I'd be putting into a novice's hands. I'll be moving it to my DPMS pattern AR10.

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Yep. Mine averaged right

Yep. Mine averaged right around 3.5lbs, depending where on the trigger bow I tested.

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I got my trigger a few days

I got my trigger a few days ago and shot a video of the install as well as a comparison to a few other triggers.

http://youtu.be/6mpeuanGxqY

http://youtu.be/cWwTG0wYjHQ

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How's that for a quick reply

How's that for a quick reply lol. Did it work out for you Cathole? I wasn't having this issue with mine. Edit: comment posted as comment not reply.

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Yes, works well now!

Yes, works well now!

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Failed Functions Check, reset

Failed Functions Check, reset releases hammer after reloading...

1. Charge unloaded AR
2. Pull trigger while on safe... PASS
3. Selector on Fire, Pull trigger... PASS
4. Charge weapon, pull trigger and hold, charge weapon, release trigger... FAIL

The trigger releases the hammer instead of resetting.

This would be quite the surprise at the firing lane if I went to release my follow through on a shot and another shot rang out. I'll be contacting the manufacturer.

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There is a screw at the

There is a screw at the bottom of the trigger, if you turn it clock wise until it stops it will eliminate your problem.

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Thank you!

Thank you!

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Bought one of these drop in

Bought one of these drop in triggers installed it in an Dediicated AR22. Took it out for a run and it didn't let my expectations down, this trigger plain and simply ROCKS! The trigger is so light and crisp it's rediculous. I'm buying another one before they pull the free shipping.

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I got mine today and

I got mine today and installed it in my Colt 6720. Breaks right at 4lbs, measured. Nice and crisp, but FYI, certainly not a 3lb trigger. I'm ok with 4 lbs as the factory Colt trigger was running 7.5lbs, but some folks wont be happy it breaks a full pound heavier than advertized.

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Got mine today, installed in

Got mine today, installed in minutes. It is really awesome. Crisp break with no travel. Well worth the dollars and better than some at twice the price.

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Better be as good as everyone

Better be as good as everyone claims. I've seen a lot of accessories and "upgrades" on the market lately, some awesome stuff mixed with some real crap.

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