Trigger resetting

Warning:

If you have any doubts in your ability to perform the following actions, stop immediately and seek assistance from a qualified gunsmith. If you need clarification on any of the steps below, please contact us to speak with a member of our support team.

Always wear proper personal protective equipment (PPE) including adequate eye protection when servicing a firearm.

All of our firearms come with a mil-spec AR-15 fire control group. If you are having reset issues, meaning the hammer does not fall when you pull the trigger, preform the procedure outlined below. If you are using an aftermarket or 3rd party trigger please see our trigger compatibility page.

  1. With the safety engaged, remove your magazine and verify the firearm is clear.
  2. While pointing the firearm in a safe direction, disengage the safety and manually charge the firearm.
  3. While still pointing in a safe direction, squeeze the trigger and hold it to the rear.
  4. While still holding the trigger to the rear, manually charge the firearm again.
  5. Slowly let go of the trigger, you should hear an audible click. This is the trigger resetting.
  6. If you do not hear the click, make sure your fire control group is properly cleaned and oiled. If not, clean and oil then retest function.
  7. If the trigger is resetting, test fire the firearm.

If you continue to have issues please contact our support team.

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