So am I correct it making the assumption that the NM trigger group is not a 2 stage but a modified stock trigger group? My friends SA NM rifle feels like a 2 stage, it has a first stage take up and then a higher effort break at the end.
They are all 2 stage just the NM mods done to a m14 trigger make it break cleaner, eliminate creep, polish all the needed parts, and reduce the 2nd stage breaking weight to about 4.5 pounds. It is best done to a well used trigger. Lots of reasons for that.
And Warbird can probably beat me on turnaround right now for a trigger job. I get mine as I need them from LRB and don't normally stock them. I can discuss prices privately but really I am sure Warbird can do it faster if you are in a hurry. My turn around is nearing 3 weeks as it is right now. I am still a weekend gunsmith. He's full time. If you don't mind a short wait you can email me though OK.
i had my local m14 smith do a nm job on my poly trigger group and it is the cleanest,crispest 4 1/2# pull i have ever felt.the only thing i did was replace the hammer with a gi one.i read somewhere that chicom hammers can be a little soft ???.other than that the chicom's are fine and will tune very well.i agree with above posts,have warbird so a nm job on it.....good luck..glock
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