This is a discussion on M&P 15 Sport - Slide Fire stock + Timney 3lb Trigger within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; This concerns the 5.56 Sport model, not the 15-22 model. Looking for some firsthand experience or for one of the knowledgeable members to offer his ...
This concerns the 5.56 Sport model, not the 15-22 model.
Looking for some firsthand experience or for one of the knowledgeable members to offer his firearm's insight.
I have a Slide Fire stock on my Sport. The stock trigger breaks at approximately 6.5 lbs. I just purchased a Timney Competition 3 pound trigger and I'm waiting for it to arrive.
My goal in purchasing the Timney 3 lb. FCG is to increase the already significant rate of fire afforded by the Slide Fire stock. My logic was that a lighter trigger with less creep and no take up would allow the weapon to cycle faster, and thus fire at a higher rate.
Does this make sense, or are there other factors I'm missing that could work against my logic?
My use of this rifle is strictly for range fun, so I don't need to hear about how an increased rate of fire won't allow me to hit a target at 300 yards or other such things.
Yep, it'll work.
Your assumptions are correct.
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