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  • cbigclarke

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    What do we think about there LPK?

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    Das Jared

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    I've used a few in builds. I personally do not like them. The triggers and hammers always seem to give me issues, and need a tiny bit of fitting/polishing to get them to fit/run right. I DO like the color coded baggies that they come in, though.

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    RunnerRunner

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    There is a big following of Cmmg lpks. There are people who will buy those kits over any other better kits. I've used these and they work. But I've had the most problems with cmmg over other lpks such as rock river, stag arms, spikes etc. It's more about slightly out of spec pins which are hard to get in or that missing detent pin. Of course this is my opinion. I've just had more problems with cmmg than the others I listed. I've also had lpks from cmmg that just worked too.
     

    London

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    I used on on my build and I love it. It is what I would consider a perfect trigger for a self-defense gun. Light (for the purpose), very crisp, very little pre-travel and over-travel. Great buy!

    For long-range target shooting you'll probably want something else, but I got a feeling if that's what you wanted you'd be asking about something that costs $250+.
     

    London

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    There is a big following of Cmmg lpks. There are people who will buy those kits over any other better kits. I've used these and they work. But I've had the most problems with cmmg over other lpks such as rock river, stag arms, spikes etc. It's more about slightly out of spec pins which are hard to get in or that missing detent pin. Of course this is my opinion. I've just had more problems with cmmg than the others I listed. I've also had lpks from cmmg that just worked too.

    My pins were extremely tight and had to have a tool to punch them out. Wasn't sure if it was my lower or the kit. Applied some oil and after about 100 times of moving them back and forth they have broken in to what is normal.
     

    cbigclarke

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    I've used them on all my builds so far. I've used the full kit, and the builders kit for aftermarket triggers. never an issue. it's all I buy. call me a CMMG fanboy.

    CMMG fan boy...

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