BMT AR Reduced Power Springs

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Most Mil-Spec fire control groups come standard with a 5 to 7lb trigger pull. Using our reduced power springs you can lower your trigger pull by 2 to 4lbs. A 3 to 4lb trigger pull is typical after installing our springs, can be lower with more customization to your fire control group parts or use with our Skeletonized Trigger.
  • Hammer Spring
  • Trigger Spring
  • Disconnector Spring

These reduced power springs come standard in our Enhanced Fire Control Groups and are also included in our Enhanced Lower Parts Kits.

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reduced per springs
I have used these springs with the BMT flat faced trigger for about 6 months and have had no issues. (This is my second set) The springs reduced weight are noticeable in areas such as double taps when consecutive rounds are needed and the pull weight is noticeably reduced. I primarily use this in a PSA design, with 22lr conversion kit and really like overall FCG setup that BMT offers. I would recommend the springs for competition style usage as well as the flat faced trigger assembly.
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Reviewed by:  from huntington beach . on 9/14/2019
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Very happy
Couldn't be happier with the feel of the trigger. Great customer service. They are very knowledgeable and stand proudly behind there products.
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Reviewed by:  from Maryland . on 6/12/2020
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BMT Flat Trigger and Reduced Power Springs
Love the flat trigger/reduced power springs from bull moose. Only issue was the spring that goes between the trigger and the hammer. Nothing big just a bear to get into place. Reduced trigger pull to just over 5 lbs and works like a dream.
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Reviewed by:  from Charlotte, NC. on 6/8/2020
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Retired Military
These springs reduced a factory trigger pull from 7.8 pounds to 5.75 pounds. I then polished a BMT skeletonized, flat trigger, installed it with these springs, and reduced it to 5.0 pounds, I then used an old Arkansas knife stone (white/wet stone) on the trigger, and repolished it (enough to just remove the machining scratches). With these springs, trigger, and tuning, my pull is 4.67 pounds in my 308 competition rifle. Its perfect for me, and I saved money for ammo and practice.
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Reviewed by:  from Mid West. on 12/31/2018
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