Brought this home from my LGS today. Pays to do contract work for them.Very Nice....Indeed
Thanks for posting this.There are two kinds of these trigger-adjusters. One kind has the same diameter from head to end, and is threaded all the way to the end. This kind is for lowers that are threaded all the way through. The second type has the end of it turned-down for lowers that are not threaded all the way through. Word is these lowers are of Anderson manufacture. If I was in the market to buy one of these screws, I'd just get the reduced-diameter one and not have to worry about whether or not my lower has its grip screw hole threaded all the way through. Combine this adjuster with a set of Kaw Valley low-power hammer and trigger springs, and you'll have the hot set-up for much less than one of those unitized, drop-in triggers.
Kaw Valley Precision AR-15 Reduced Power Trigger Spring Kit
Lord don't we all wish we still had all that disposable income like back before we got hitched.... lolSo very tempted to buy four extended magazine release buttons for my AR-type rifles. Each one is just a few cents short of $20 a whack. Maybe once I've earned another week's pay...