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Tapco Single Hook Trigger Group

Model: AK0651
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 49633
UPC: 751348000152
MFG: Tapco, Inc.

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G2 parts work with all Mil-Spec receiver variations. Our trigger groups offer an improved trigger pull of 3-4 pounds and eliminate painful trigger slap. All G2 components are heat treated to a 45-48C Rockwell hardness and manufactured with tough 4140 tool-grade carbon steel. Precision secondary machining process ensures perfect fit and function. No fumble trigger sleeve allows you to assemble the trigger group outside the rifle and drop it in as one piece. Each piece is finished in a military grade dark black oxide.


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Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Trigger is great. Smooth and short. But it didn't work with my safety. Safety had been filed down to work with previous trigger. Other than having to replace my safety selector on a century ak47. It is good. I also own the cmc ak47 trigger and in my opinion the trigger is much less and just as good. I would say the tapco is more reliable considering the cmc has also these set screws that keep it in proper positioning. The tapco is for my bumpski stock it is more station when under high rate of fire conditions.