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Wilson Combat Tactical Trigger Unit, Two Stage, Semi-Auto, Paul Howe Model - TR-TTU-H2
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Wilson Combat Tactical Trigger Unit, Two Stage, Semi-Auto, Paul Howe Model - TR-TTU-H2

SKU 42278
Brand Wilson Combat
Model Number TR-TTU-H2
UPC 874218009182
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Wilson Combat
Material: Steel
Trigger Type: 2-Stage, Drop-In, Semi-Automatic
Trigger Pull Weight: 4.5 to 5 lb
For Use With: AR Pattern Rifles
Platform: AR


Introducing the TTU, an all-new modular trigger unit that is easily user installed in any AR pattern rifle in less than 1 min. Exclusive Wilson Combat engineering enables a durable, 4.5 to 5 lb., ultra-crisp trigger pull without any fine tuning or adjustment. Reduced, positive trigger reset guarantees a quick follow up shot on target. The unique hammer geometry enhances reliable ignition with military and surplus ammunition of all types while a 1911 style half-cock notch allows the TTU to meet or exceed military specifications for drop safety. Pre-assembled, CNC machined trigger housing contains H13 heat-treated trigger, hammer, sear and a stainless steel spring for trouble-free installation. Bullet Proof designed and extensively tested by shooters for shooters, the new Tactical Trigger Unit has raised the bar for drop-in AR triggers.

  • Easily installed in any AR pattern rifle
  • Drop-in installation
  • Precision CNC machined
  • Hammer, Trigger, & Disconnector are manufactured from H13 Steel
  • Positive Trigger Reset
  • Bullet Proof Design


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