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I decided that I am going to invest in a new trigger. I am currently running hardened sears, but I have been running into problems. The two triggers I am looking at are the action army zero trigger, and the laylax zero trigger. I was leaning tword the v-trigger cause it is about 100 dollars cheaper. I was unsure if the v-trigger would work in my rifle because my internals are all laylax parts. Of anyone has experience with this trigger I would like to hear your input on it thanks.

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I know quite a few people use the AA trigger, never used one myself but like Milo says, it's an exact clone. Personally I would go with the laylax, seeing as the rest of you rifle is also laylax it would seem logical for it to all match.

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I a. using the A z-trig and have tried the ztrig in the past. Fropm my experience they look exactly the same (except for the "pss10" on the side of the LL one), feel exactly the same, and are made out of the same materieals. I didn't have any added trigger pull weight on my AA z-trig. At least in my experience, other than having to file the sides of the guide stopper in the AA z-trig a bit, they are exactly the same.
 

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I heard good things about AA 45 deg trigger sears, and as they are easier to find than laylax half the time I invested in a set. They were fine up until around 200 shots, then the piston sear failed, big time, causing slam firing mid-way through the day:mad:

Luckily I'd just bought a.n.other Ztrig for my other VSR so fitted the spare set of laylax sears that I've had for nye on 8 years and seen thousands of rounds and are still like the day I fitted them :tup:


Might of just been a bad set, as my mate has AA sears in his VSR and has not had a problem so far :shrug:
 

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Honestly if you are buy both sears, the piston the zero trigger will not be that much more since it comes with a piston already.

I have a AA zero trigger and I too had to file the spring guide stopper a little bit but wasn't too tough to install.
 
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