- Easy to install, drop in replacement for Mil-Spec lower receivers
- Allows use with winter gloves
- Available in Black, Red, and Flat Dark Earth for you to customize your rifle
- Material: 6061 Billet Aluminum
- Weight: 0.4 oz.
- Finish: Anodize
- Width: 0.66"
- AR-15 and AR-10
- 1x Seekins Precision Trigger Guard
- 1x Set Screw
*Roll pin not included
One of the reasons why the AR-15 is so popular is it is highly customizable. It allows you to personalize the rifle to suit your needs. While some people have sunk a bundle in their ultimate race gun. For some people, they just want to build an AR with a couple little touches here and there is a better match for their budget. If you want to put a little pizazz into your AR without having to refinance your house, Seekins Precision offers you some options.
Customize Your AR with The Seekins Precision Billet Trigger Guard
For instance, a Seekins Precision Billet Trigger Guard will make that plain old AR something special for you. With minimal expense and effort, you can install a Seekins trigger guard and not only get that custom touch but a functional boost as well. Unlike some other models, the Seekins Precision Billet Trigger Guard expands the room in front of the trigger, not underneath it. Whether your concern is wearing gloves or you just have large hands, neither one will get pinched under the trigger.
Seekins Precision presents their Billet Trigger Guard for AR-15 owners who require unfaltering durability down to the last part. The guards are first machined out of solid aluminum billets, after which they are given a protective coating of Mil-Spec Type 3 Hardcoat anodize. The result is a piece that will thwart wear and corrosion yet feel smooth to the touch.
Why The Seekins Trigger Guard Is Better?
As far as aesthetics are concerned, the Seekins trigger guard is the hands down winner. Its clean, crisp lines flow with and enhance the profile of your weapon. The Seekins Precision Billet Trigger Guard is designed to fill in the gap present at the rear of the trigger housing on a Mil-Spec guard. You know, that aggravating area that bites into your second finger when you grip your weapon. Considering most trigger guards are plastic, I don't believe the Seekins trigger guard should be an upgrade. It should come standard.