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Discussion Starter #1
I installed a RRA 2 stage trigger in my Bushmaster last night and had an issue.

The provided pins would not allow the trigger assembly to have any spring tention as the pin seemed to be causing too much friction.

So if you pulled the trigger through the first stage and let go, the trigger would not creep back forward.

I put the stock pin in instead and it seemed to solve the issue.

The pin that I used for the hammer assembly seems to be working fine though.

Are both of these pins the same size as the stock Bushmaster ones?
 
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Discussion Starter #3
did you get the colt size pins
I was thinking that because the package does not specify.

I bought them from an AR dealer in NH and he didn't ask so I figure they are the standard size since the Colt ones are probably more uncommon.

I am not sure if you can even jam a colt pin in the hole without noticing serious resistance.

They fit in fine but there seems just to be alittle too much resistance on the trigger assembly.
 
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Discussion Starter #5
The colt pin refers to the front take down pin, not the trigger pins.

RRA match trigger pins are a little oversized. Try using your old milspec trigger pins and see if that helps.
 
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Discussion Starter #6
The colt pin refers to the front take down pin, not the trigger pins.

RRA match trigger pins are a little over sized. Try using your old milspec trigger pins and see if that helps.
+1 On that

I have bought many 2-stage triggers from Pete. (I am guessing you got them from Legal Transfers in NH right?) The pins are probably on the large end of the spec but it depends on the receiver. I have a LMT lower and the RRA pins were way too tight in it but fine in my DPMS and RRA lowers.

I had KNS anti-walk pins I was going to use anyway and that solved my problem. If you stock pins work, use them. The RRA pins are not "special" pins for the 2-Stage trigger.

If you are not satisfied I am 100% sure Pete will make it right.


HTH
 
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Discussion Starter #7
I also used the KNS pins when I put my JP Systems trigger in and wont do another one without them.
 
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