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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I finally ordered a lower and a parts kit. I can't wait. I will post pics as soon as I get it.
 
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Coleman Tyler lower, DPMS parts kit, six position stock and Rock River 2 stage trigger.
 
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Congrats dude. I'm going through the same thing. I just need a stock and I'll be able to assemble my lower.
 
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What is the 2 Stage trigger?
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica] Two-stage trigger mechanism releases the hammer after two distinct amounts of spring and mechanical resistance are overcome by the trigger finger. The Initial stage of resistance encountered with this design feels light and is relatively long - approximately I/8 of an inch. The second stage of resistance feels noticeably greater but is of very short duration. The result is an extremely predictable, consistent, "crisp" trigger pull; semi-automatic fire is both quicker and more accurate because the first stage is quickly overcome and the second stage is crisp and predictable.[/FONT]
 
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Yeah, but it's much worse than the symptom. I won't go into to detail, but it involes a pink dress, a Geo Tracker, and a gay prostitute.
I need your address to send you the bill for my laptop repairs.:mrgreen:
 
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WOO HOO, My lower was just shipped to my FFL today :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
 
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I just did a google for Coleman Tyler since I wasn't familiar with it and they stated these were made by Mega Machine.

Mega makes high quality lowers. Congrats on the build.
 
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I just did a google for Coleman Tyler since I wasn't familiar with it and they stated these were made by Mega Machine.

Mega makes high quality lowers. Congrats on the build.
My lower is also stamped Mega
 
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