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Big Daddy Unlimited has just renegotiated with the Powered By Graves Alamo-15 trigger manufacturer and they’re passing the reduced trigger cost directly to their members!
(Finally, good news when prices on everything else have increased!)
If you’ve been thinking of purchasing the ALAMO-15, now’s your chance to save over $130 over the previous member price!
(Already purchased an ALAMO-15 from BDU prior to March 28? Go here to access a rebate just for you!)
The ALAMO-15 is a Positive Displacement Trigger. It is NOT a forced-reset trigger (FRT). And Big Daddy Unlimited will continue to sell them because we support and defend the Second Amendment every chance we get!
Made specifically for the AR platform chambered in .223 REM/5.56 NATO, the ALAMO-15 features the patent-pending Graves Roller Technology that improves reliability across AR platforms, eliminates wear and tear, increases the life of the trigger, and provides an unbelievable shooting experience.
Big Daddy Unlimited advocates strongly for Second Amendment rights because we believe that the right to keep and bear arms exists to protect all of the other God-given rights of American citizens. Become a member today to join our community of freedom-loving Americans, and let’s work together to support and defend our Second Amendment rights.
ATF just arrested an Armorer for owning one and having it installed in an AR15 in Puerto Rico.
Is there any sort of ATF approval letter for these triggers?
Does the ATF say that these are not forced reset triggers?
I have a AR 15 ruger,Roger, this fit in that and will it turn it to a full automatic. Or is there something else I need to change as well.
The Powered By Graves ALAMO-15 AR trigger does NOT make your Ruger a fully automatic machine gun. The ALAMO-15 is a Positive Displacement Trigger–not a forced-reset trigger (FRT)–and still fires only one round with each pull of the trigger.
You can purchase a full-auto machine gun if it was made prior to 1986, but it will require approval from the federal government, a background check, registration (form 4), and fees through the National Firearms Act (NFA). You must also be in a state that allows civilians to own machine guns (currently 8 states do not allow it). And that doesn’t include the cost of the machine gun which can range from $15,000 to far more.