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A forced reset trigger (or “hard reset” trigger) is a device that allows a semi-automatic firearm to fire at an increased rate. The forced reset trigger works by mechanically resetting the trigger’s position after a shot is fired. This allows for an increased rate of fire.

Rare Breed Trigger

 
Unlock precision and reliability with the Rare Breed Trigger FRT 15 model, priced affordably at our shop. Crafted from premium materials like 7075-T6 aluminum housing and precision wire EDM cut components, this trigger ensures longevity.
 
Featuring a 1/4″ wide hammer, front trigger, and locking bar, the Rare Breed Trigger delivers smooth and consistent performance even during rapid-fire situations. Its sleek black nitrite QPQ finish not only adds style but also provides corrosion resistance.
 
Optimized for rapid-fire reliability, our MODIFIED version undergoes additional handcrafted work, ensuring flawless performance. With anti-walk pins included, your trigger remains securely in place.
 
Order your Rare Breed Trigger today and receive it unopened, directly from our warehouse. Elevate your firearm experience with superior performance and dependability. 
 

WOT TRIGGER

STATE OF THE ART ‘HARD RESET TRIGGER’

Designed to be a true drop-in replacement trigger for the AR-15 platform. The WOT is a hard-reset trigger that has been engineered to last and endure repetitive use.

The Wot has a patent-pending, spring-locking bar that makes the trigger unique. The trigger’s hammer is reinforced with Hardox steel, which due to its toughness, copes with shocks, jolts, bangs, ricks, and jabs day after day. The material allows the WOT to take the constant beating of the bolt carrier group (BCG) as it cycles back and forth in an AR-15 rifle or pistol.

The WOT Trigger is not capable of being a fully automatic trigger because the hammer is released by the locking bar and hits the firing pin. The firing pin then activates the primer on the brass casing which allows only one bullet to make its way out of the rifle with each pull of the trigger.

The Wot has a patent-pending, spring-locking bar that makes the trigger unique. The trigger’s hammer is reinforced with Hardox steel, which due to its toughness, copes with shocks, jolts, bangs, ricks, and jabs day after day. The material allows the WOT to take the constant beating of the bolt carrier group (BCG) as it cycles back and forth in an AR-15 rifle or pistol.

The WOT is not capable of being a fully automatic trigger because the hammer is released by the locking bar and hits the firing pin. The firing pin then activates the primer on the brass casing which allows only one bullet to make its way out of the rifle with each pull of the trigger.