Thanks to a partnership between the two entities, a portion of the sales of each limited-edition Rise Armament Patriot High-Performance Trigger ($219) will benefit Folds of Honor and its efforts to provide educational scholarships to the dependents of those killed or disabled while serving our nation. A drop-in trigger group for mil-spec AR-15 and AR-10 rifles, the straight-bladed Patriot offers a crisp, 3-lb., 8-oz., single-stage break with minimal reset. Interior parts feature a nickel-boron coating for reduced friction and increased wear- and corrosion-resistance, and the Patriot’s aluminum housing has been hard-coat anodized to the U.S. military’s MIL-A-8625 specification. Includes anti-walk trigger pins and a commemorative challenge coin. For more information, check out risearmament.com.
Product Preview: Rise Armament Patriot High-Performance Trigger
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