New From TriggerTech: Low Pull Weight AR Trigger and R700 Diamond Trigger

As the AR platform continues to gain traction in long-range shooting, precision shooting, and varmint hunting roles, and major manufacturers adopt calibers like 6.5 Creedmoor and .224 Valyrie, the demand for low pull weight triggers follows. How does a ~one-pound to four-pound, reliable AR trigger sound? To me, I already know what gun it’s going in. New from TriggerTech . . .

…Is the low pull weight AR trigger (working title?). It’ll be hitting the market in the next couple of months, and presents a fantastic, two-stage option for those looking to squeeze out every bit of accuracy possible.

Still not light enough for ya? Switch on over to a Remington 700-pattern action and you can run TriggerTech’s new-ish Diamond Trigger. This bad boy is an absolutely, flawlessly fantastic single stage trigger that’s adjustable from just under four ounces up to two pounds.

Breaking that <4-ounce trigger is something special, believe you me.

This guy runs $259.99 and up, depending on the trigger shoe option chosen (flat as seen above, traditional curved, or pro curved). It’s also available with a left-side safety for a $20 premium.


  1. avatar Freebird says:

    The A.T.F. has just ‘ interpreted ‘ that this can’t be allowd under new definitions …. known only to them , because reasons. — ( Who needs Congress ? )

    1. avatar RA-15 says:

      You have to be shitting me ? Well if not F..K Congress , commigress.

      1. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

        Dude, Freebird is shitting you. Congress and the ATF still suck but they haven’t done this… yet.

  2. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

    What gun is it going in, Jeremy?

      1. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

        Thanks, that one had slipped by me. I may try one on my 24″ .243 WSSM that I asked you about scopes for. It is not as pretty, mechanically elaborate/elegant, or as smooth, but it is as accurate and sure has long legs. I could use 105 Bergers for the highest BC but I use 90gr GS Custom HV monolithics due to their very low initiation pressure and my QuickLoad and mescaline induced theory that that moves the max pressure (and thus energy density) point significantly further down the barrel maybe extending it’s life. They also mushroom beautifully rather than fragmenting like the Bergers.

  3. avatar Chris T from KY says:

    I know there are a lot of gun owners out there who believe that the bump stock ban is only about bump stocks. You need to rethink your thinking, and get a hold of the law thats been proposed to ban bump stocks. This trigger assembly and anything else that makes a weapon fire faster than when it left the assembly line will be banned.

  4. avatar New Continental Army says:

    Get em before the ban does.

  5. avatar Muhammad says:

    Sure would be nice, if we could use that 3rd position for the AR15 fire mechanism to be a 1 pound trigger.
    1. Safe
    2. Fire (4 lb)
    3. Feather pull (1.5 lb)

    1. avatar Vic Nighthorse says:

      Seems like a good idea to me. Something similar hasn’t been done before?

      1. avatar Muhammad says:

        Not yet, I sent an email to a JMT (James Madison Tactical) asking if they are willing to take up the challenge. I would be a willing buyer though. right now the market is saturated with various “nice triggers”.

        The market would respond in a big way to something new like this, especially since that third position is wasted on our semi-automatic AR’s.

  6. avatar Eric Jones says:

    I have the a trigger Tech in my Rem700 precision rifle. It is their lesser expensive one than the diamond. I have it set to 1lb 12 OZ and it’s an amazingly great trigger for right around 100$. I highly recommend!

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