Before you change a trigger I would have it checked to see if its in spec first. If not you may want to have it put into spec first. The benefit of a trigger job is not worth it on an MG just stay mil spec. Do a trigger job on a precision semi if you want. Centerfire MG's suffer high accuracy deficiency by their nature of advanced throat erosion from the happy switch.
Honestly nothing, looking for something a little lighter pull my nephews have a hard time with it !
The 5.56 upper is a bit much but they have shot it, got one of the 9mm belt Feds for one of the lowers and plan on getting them use to it, they are 6 and 8 !
They make select-fire and semi-auto. I've only used the semi-auto(which is the dominant trigger on the firing line at the national matches), but I bet the select-fire is just as good. I have met with the owner of the company and the production foreman. They are both serious shooters who take their triggers seriously, for both the competitor and the war fighter.
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