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Rise Trigger wont fit in PSA lower

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing & Repairs' started by blake711, Aug 2, 2019.

  1. RISE Customer Service

    RISE Customer Service New to the site!

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    Please feel free to contact us directly at racustomerservice@risearmament.com or at (918)994-7058 if you run into any other issues moving forward. Glad to hear you were able to get it up and running in your PSA lower.
     
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    I have a RA140 on the way from Brownell's. I hope I don't have any fitment issues with my Bushy lower.

    I don't expect to, but sometimes...
     
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  3. BobbyV

    BobbyV What do you mean, you people?

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    I've installed maybe 8 of them in various Aero Precision or PSA lowers without any issues.
     
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    I've used Timney exclusively in the past, but after a couple of Rise Armament triggers, I'm pretty sold on them.
     
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    I installed the Rise trigger yesterday without any issues.

    It came with the anti-walk pins. I am wondering if I should Locktite the screws.
     
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    I didn't and I have had no issues. I remember searching on that same thing and it seem the consensus was there was no need.
     
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    Some brands of antiwalk pins come with some of the dry blue thread locker on them. I think it’s JP pins, but I also don’t see the need for anything. They aren’t under any tension or extreme hot/cold cycles, so a good snug fit should last forever.
     
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