Hyperfire PDI RG Install: ~2lb AR15 Drop-In Trigger Kit Unboxing

Hyperfire PDI RG Install: ~2lb AR15 Drop-In Trigger Kit Unboxing

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  1. Albert Peters on November 28, 2021 at 9:57 pm

    Another great video. Anti walk out pins are the best way to go.

  2. 13th Apostle on November 28, 2021 at 10:12 pm

    Thats a nice racer. That trigger is really interesting and should be a friggin tac driver on the 1.5 lb. An adjustable reset would make it perfect but I guess shooting will make the final decision

  3. Tacticalbuffoonary on November 28, 2021 at 10:15 pm

    That rise armament trigger is not the greatest with that said they are still better than milspec. The reason the hammer dropped while you were holding it is because you pushed the back of the trigger that extends out the back. Also the reason it doesn’t reset is because it has an adjustable spring tensioning screw on the front of the hammer and it needs to be tightened down a bit. Mine was doing the same thing so a I took it apart and found that spring didn’t have enough pressure to push the trigger back to reset. You have clean all the loctite they put in the adjustment screw to be able to adjust it. Another option is to get a stronger reset spring as the spring in their is kinda thin and looks weak. I had to turn the screw in quite a bit to get the trigger to reset reliably. Of course rise armament doesn’t want the consumer adjusting that spring but It doesn’t take a genius to figure it out. Good luck’ hope that helped.

  4. 2A MichaelJae on November 28, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    Just bought this trigger for my PCC. I like Hiperfire for hard primers like 762×39 builds and PCC builds where you need a hardy trigger bc of the blowback.

    That Rise trigger I’ve had same issues with. I contacted them and they sent me a new trigger, no questions asked so get ahold of Rise and I’ve had very good experiences with them.

    I noticed you forgot to put on your shoe before putting in the pins

  5. Orion Fixr on November 28, 2021 at 10:48 pm

    That Hyperfire is a really good trigger . Should be for the money . The first trigger you showed , is it adjustable ? Maybe set to low ? You have the worst luck with parts !!