Preview: CMC Triggers Goldfinger

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posted on July 12, 2022
CMC Trigger

CMC Triggers recently added to its diverse line of drop-in, AR-15/AR-10 triggers with the distinctive Goldfinger. A single-stage design with a light pre-set factory pull weight of 3 lbs., 8 ozs., the flat-faced Goldfinger offers an extremely crisp break with no takeup, minimal lock time and a positive reset.

Unlike many similar AR-pattern drop-in units that employ aluminum housings, the hand-assembled and hand-tested Goldfinger is made from a combination of 8620 alloy steel and S7 tool steel, and the blade itself features a golden Cerakote finish.

The Goldfinger also includes a set of anti-walk trigger and hammer pins. Suggested retail price is $235. For more information, please visit cmctriggers.com.

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