WHY HASN'T MY CARD BEEN CHARGED YET?
We do not charge your card until it has been shipped.
WHERE'S MY TRACKING NUMBER?
You can check your orders status by logging into your account.
HOW DO I CREATE AN ACCOUNT?
Click 'My Account' located on the top right bar on the website. Once there, there is a button, 'Create an Account'.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR MY ORDER TO SHIP?
In most cases, allow 2-3 days for us to your process your order.
DO YOU OFFER INSTALLATION?
Yes, we can install any JARD trigger for $20.00 plus any shipping charges.
CAN I CHANGE THE PULL WEIGHT OF MY JARD TRIGGER?
Yes, you can change the pull weight of your trigger. Look at your respected trigger manual and there you will find the different pull weight options with a part number next to it. Order that spring here.
DO YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?
We do ship internationally, however there is an additional $40.00 charge.
WHAT SHOULD I DO FOR PROPER TRIGGER MAINTENANCE?
For cleaning, we recommend the use of an alchohol-based cleaner (brake clean, lighter fluid, etc.) with compressed air. For lubrication, we recommend JARD Super Lube or a quality gun oil.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TOP ADJUST & BOTTOM ADJUST TRIGGER SYSTEMS?
Bottom adjust triggers are the original adjustable AR trigger. The sear adjustment is made by using a set screw through the pistol grip mounting hole. Our top adjust is essentially the same as the bottom adjust except we engineered an additional set scew in the trigger itself.
- You don't have to take off pistol grip to adjust the sear
- If you have a lower receiver that does not have the pistol grip mounting hole fully threaded, this is also not an issue
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGLE STAGE & TWO-STAGE?
A single stage trigger is fired as soon as the trigger is pulled. There is virtually no “take-up” or travel before the gun fires.
When the trigger is pulled, it has travel or “take up” before hitting the second stage or “wall”. After the trigger is pulled past the second stage, it fires immediately.
For a visual respentation of an AR set up, click here.
WHAT IS A SET TRIGGER?
A set trigger allows the shooter to have two different pull weights, within the same rifle. Originally set triggers consisted of two separate triggers, known as, “double set triggers”. The first trigger was pulled to set the second trigger to a lighter pull weight. When the first trigger was not engaged, the second trigger could be fired at a normal pull weight. A set trigger that consists of one trigger is known as a single set trigger. This set up allows the same advantage as the double set but with a single trigger. Our single-set triggers are available in the Remington 700 and AR platforms. This allows the shooter to use the trigger conventionally, but the ability to push the trigger shoe forward, which substantially reduces the trigger pull weight to mere ounces.