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November 9th, 2007

Timney Offers New Drop-In Trigger for AR10-Class Rifles

Timney Triggers now offers a true drop-in trigger for the AR10 rifle platform, similar to Timney’s successful drop-in trigger for the AR15. The new AR-10 trigger is a self-contained, 100% drop-in unit that can be easily owner-installed (no professional gunsmithing required). The new trigger is a single-stage design with pull weight factory-set at 4 pounds. The trigger module installs using your rifle’s original hammer and trigger cross-pins. The MSRP is $234.95, but we expect the trigger to be available for $210 or so from other vendors.

Timney AR10 drop-in trigger

The new trigger is solidly built and precision-machined. The housing is lightweight, 6061 T6 aluminum alloy, anodized for durability. The hammer is EDM-machined from S7 tool steel for superior hardness and impact resistence, and the hammer is Teflon + Nickel coated to provide greater lubricity and a smooth pull. Other components are EDM-cut from A2 tool steel, then heat treated to Rc 56-60 for longer service life. For more information on Timney Triggers, call (866) 484-6639, or visit

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November 9th, 2007

Veterans and Servicemen Admitted Free to National Parks on Nov. 11

This coming Sunday, November 11th, is Veterans Day. We suggest you take time on Sunday to remember all of those who have served their country in the military. As a way of honoring veterans and current military personnel, on Nov. 11th, the National Park Service will provide FREE National Park admission to ALL military personnel, active and retired, AND their families. This extends to all 391 Park service areas nationwide. Many National Park Service battlefields and historic sites commemorate the services of American veterans. Click HERE for more info on these historic sites.

Veterans Day 2007

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