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Oem aluminum trigger guard


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I've seen posts before about MGW stocking the OEM aluminum frames.

What I've gleaned here is that those frames are a tighter spec for when it comes to replacing and upgrading trigger parts, and while most prefer aluminum over the polymer material anyhow, the aluminum castings aren't too pretty either and have some imperfections and impurities.

I'd just spend a little more and go right to an A&S.

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5 hours ago, SVT said:

I've seen posts before about MGW stocking the OEM aluminum frames.

What I've gleaned here is that those frames are a tighter spec for when it comes to replacing and upgrading trigger parts, and while most prefer aluminum over the polymer material anyhow, the aluminum castings aren't too pretty either and have some imperfections and impurities.

I'd just spend a little more and go right to an A&S.

Haven’t heard anything about oem trigger guards, People were having issues with the A&S not long ago. That’s actually why I decided to grab one of these for $50 less 

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5 hours ago, Fullassault said:

Haven’t heard anything about oem trigger guards, People were having issues with the A&S not long ago. That’s actually why I decided to grab one of these for $50 less 

The OEM trigger guard underwent testing with Aberdeen and did fine. That is why I went with it. It's proven, and was a contract item.

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I've found the metal trigger guards have a nicer, snappier safety button feel. The plastic version saves like 2 seconds on assembly because there is a removable washer for the carrier plunger. Very trivial differences for me so I would be okay with either.

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