Best Trigger you might not heard of

Velocity Triggers, an Arizona based company who makes triggers, adjustable gas blocks, and several other items.  Tom Veer is the owner and has a number of CNC mills that make the parts in house.

Tom Vehr  spent 14 years at Timney Triggers running all aspects of production including design, set-up, tooling, testing, and scheduling.  He worked for Knights rifles after that.  Tom started Velocity Triggers after leaving Timney and never looked back.

All Velocity Triggers are coated with Armor Lube DLC. ArmorLube is a next-generation diamond-like carbon firearm coating that makes all other wet lubricants obsolete and maximizes weapon performance, durability and reliability in the most extreme conditions.

This is a non-adjustable trigger, but breaks very clean at 3lbs.  Testing several triggers for our new look on our MFR and Spade rifles, these classic triggers were best in class on my scoresheet and another employees score sheet.  One other tester gave it the same score as the Timney 667(competition trigger).  

Installation is very easy, just like most other drop in triggers and price point is $159 retail from their shop and other retail outlets online.  There are some out there that are a little lower, just be aware of tax and shipping costs.

For the little known trigger from Velocity, the performance is well above others, especially in that price point.   They will be the standard in all MFR and Spade rifles from Specialized Dynamics starting April 1, 2022.