The Minnesota-based manufacturer High Performance Firearms (HIPERFIRE) recently announced the release of its EDT2 trigger, and has now followed that up with the release of its new EDT3 (Enhanced Duty Trigger3) AR fire-control group for the AR-15/10 rifle.
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The EDT3 completes HIPERFIRE’s enhanced duty trigger lineup. Like the other EDTs, it was designed for law enforcement and the designated marksman rifle, OEM rifle builders, NRA service rifle competitors, and home defenders as a lower cost high-performance trigger upgrade.
HIPERFIRE’s EDT3 features the novel “duplex” trigger bow with two finger pad rests, one high and one low. In the high position, the trigger pull weights are five and six pounds; in the low position, the weights are four and five pounds. The range limits depend on which hammer spring was installed, the red or green, which are included with the product.
Thanks to the EDT family‘s novel mechanical advantaged design, these springs are heavier and more powerful than the alternative MIL-grade hammer spring and yet the pulls are lighter and more controllable than stock.
Like the EDT2’s more massive hammerhead, more collision power is carried into the firing pin to reliably ignite 308/762 NATO cartridges while still exhibiting faster lock time than stock alternatives.
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The EDT3 has an MSRP of $99 and is available now.
For more information on the EDT3 and other products from HIPERFIRE, please visit Hiperfire.com.
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