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Bravo Company AR-15 Trigger Assembly - PNT, Nickel

$65.99
SKU:
BCM-PNT-TA1
Availability:
Ships Next Business Day

Description

It's time to get serious about your AR's trigger. Two words: Bravo Company. And this is their PNT Trigger Assembly. Sure it's been given a nickel finish, but that's not all. The interacting surfaces of its individual parts have also been coated in PNT, or polished nickel teflon. So what does that mean? It means you get a trigger assembly that functions smoother than a baby's ass. Yup, there's no grittiness whatsoever, which also means there's no break-in or "wear-in" period. See below for more info. And you're welcome.

Features:

  • PNT (Polished Nickel Teflon): parts feature micro polished contact surfaces
  • Low-friction
  • Clean break and zero grittiness

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