What does CMC stand for in CMC triggers?

The enhanced trigger and ease of use have made drop ins quite popular because they can be user installed with little to no difficulty. As I understand it, the story goes that Mossberg bought the rights to the Chip McCormick (CMC, Chip McCormick, see where this is going?)

Are CMC triggers good?

I was really impressed as the pull weight was taken up, the trigger broke clean with no over travel and absolutely no creep. It could be described as much like breaking a piece of pasta. I was sold. I prefer single stage triggers anyway, but this was by far the nicest I had experience to date.

Where are CMC triggers made?

Texas, USA
Made in Texas, USA. CMC Triggers manufactures quality AR-15 triggers. Their triggers always had exceptional trigger pull dynamics.

What is a two-stage trigger?

What are Two-Stage Triggers? Two-stage triggers have an operating process that involves two distinct phases of firing. The advantage of this style of design is that it allows the user to know exactly when the firing will take place. They know that once they set the trigger after the first phase, the gun will fire.

Who owns CMC triggers?

Jack Biegel – Owner – CMC Triggers Corp | LinkedIn.

Are drop-in triggers good?

Installing a drop-in trigger into your AR-15 is a great way for you to enhance your shooting game. These triggers will give you a great feel and even improve your accuracy. With a focus on safety features, a drop-in trigger is much safer to have than a traditional trigger.

How good are velocity triggers?

Velocity Triggers are match grade, single stage, drop-in triggers for the AR platform. This gives your Velocity Trigger the highly effective combination of a low coefficient of friction and high micro-hardness. Simply stated, the Armor Lube DLC results in a greater wear resistance over the life of the trigger.

Which is better single stage or two stage trigger?

Single-stage triggers can be faster than two-stage triggers on a millisecond level. Most refer to this as “split times”. The time it takes to get through the added weight of the second stage is greater than pulling through a consistent single stage.

Why use a flat trigger?

Flat triggers offer a greater surface area for engagement as well as a longer reach. On the other hand, a curved trigger presents a more comfortable distribution of pressure, which some shooters prefer.

What is the difference between a single stage and two stage AR trigger?

Simply put, single-stage should have one consistent pull weight for the entire length of pull from start to break, whereas two-stage triggers have two distinct stages through the pull (often referred to as 1st stage take-up and second stage “wall”). Single-stage triggers are the most used in AR applications.

What is a binary trigger?

What is a Binary Trigger? A binary trigger is a drop-in replacement trigger that allows you to simulate full-auto fire in a semi-automatic weapon. This thing dramatically increases the fire rate of a semi-automatic AR-platform firearm.