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TAPCO INTRAFUSE AK-47 Gen 2 Single Action Trigger Group

 
TAPCO
AK0650 SINGLE
751348000152
AKS-024-001
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$23.97
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TAPCO's AK-47 INTRAFUSE G2 trigger group offers an improved trigger pull of three to four pounds and eliminates the painful trigger slap found on many imported rifles. Trigger slap is the phenomenon where the disconnect mechanism causes pressure to the trigger in a way that causes it to jump forward, striking the finger.

This rifle trigger group is constructed of 4140 tool-grade carbon steel and heat treated to a 45-48C Rockwell hardness allowing for a perfect fit and function. The included assembly sleeve makes installation a snap; you can build the trigger group outside the rifle and then drop it in as one piece. Each piece is finished in a military grade dark black oxide.

The trigger group counts as 3 US Sec 922r compliant parts. It does not include a retaining plate. It will not fit Saiga firearms that have not already been modified into a pistol grip configuration.

Features and Specifications:
AK-47 G2 Single Action Trigger Group
Material: 4140 Tool-Grade Carbon Steel Construction
Heat Treated To 45-48C Rockwell Hardness
Includes Hammer, Single Hook Trigger, Bushing And Disconnector
Included Trigger Sleeve Makes Assembly And Installation Easy
Eliminates Painful Trigger Slap
Finish: Military Grade Matte Black Oxide
Made In The USA
922(r) Compliant
Lifetime Warranty From TAPCO

Fits: Stamped AK-47 Receivers

For Warranty Questions Please Contact:
TAPCO
PO Box 2408
Kennesaw, GA 30156-913
1-800-554-1445
customerservice@tapco.com
 

Item#: AKS-024-001
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"It would have been great, however the hammer obviously was not inspected before leaving. Something obviously went wrong with the manufacturing process, leaving the hammer useless. The hole in the hammer was full of metal,and the hammer pin could not pass through. I attempted to knock it out with a punch, also tried to drill it out. The "extra" metal blocking the hole is very hard. This indicates to me that it was present in the hardening stage of production. Paperweight maybe?"