HIPERFIRE Announces The PHANTOM™ Trigger Family

 

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January 2020: HIPERFIRE’s customer base has clamored for a AR drop-in trigger that features the “feel” and hard-hitting hammers its triggers are known for. Most aftermarket drop-ins are notorious for LPS, light primer strikes. To get the pull weight down, designers have compromised their hammer fall. Not so with the new PHANTOM line of triggers. These drop-ins pull at around 2 lbs. and sport HIPERFIRE’s unique HIPERSHOE that now mounts onto a curved bow, not just straight. The hammer strikes surpass SAAMI’s copper crusher spec and hit harder than MIL-spec M4/16 hammers. Wow! The pull? It’s single stage. It’s short, sweet, and smooth as butter. That’s one reason we call it the PHANTOM, the “feel” is almost transparent to the shooter. To top it all off, no PCC blowback violence can touch it. The four PHANTOM versions feature a hammer collision bumper. Its disconnector and disconnector spring are impact and crush protected. Is it just for PCC? No way. It’s just an excellent trigger. Anyone can appreciate it shooting slow, fast, short-range, or for long-range precision, and on the move, it surpasses SAAMI’s rough handling specification. Be the first to shoot it at Industry Day at the Range, the day before Shot Show 2020 at HIPERFIRE’s full-auto lane. See it, feel it, at HIPERFIRE’s Shot Show 2020 booth #3016. For more information, visit www.hiperfire.com.

HIGH PERFORMANCE FIREARMS LLC (d.b.a. HIPERFIRE) is a Minnesota limited liability company organized in 2011. It designs, manufactures, and sells novel products into the MSR marketplace to satisfy the unmet needs of the more demanding recreational and professional shooters.

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