HIPERFIRE offices will be closed starting Saturday, Jan 20 through Sunday, Jan 28 for SHOT Show week. We will re-open on Monday, Jan 29. All orders received during that time will be shipped on Monday, Jan 29. Thank you for your understanding!
Also, HIPERFIRE will be shipping New 2018 Triggers starting in February, after their product release at SHOT Show. Please contact us if you have any questions.
HIPERTOUCH® 24E: “I would like to tell all of you at Hiperfire, THANKS for making a product that “truly enhances my AR 15 weapon platform.” I have to also add that the 24E Trigger has made my weapon a true pleasure to shoot now. The glass rod break and short clean reset have made a night and day difference. Installation was a simple process. The weapon’s safety is SOLID. The trigger travel is excellent. Surprise trigger break has helped groups two fold. The icing on the cake, it’s made here in the good old USA.”
HIPERTOUCH®: “I picked up a Hyperfire [sic] from a prize table at a 3 Gun match. I installed it in my DPMS 308 that I use for 3 Gun in place of the JP trigger that was in it. What a difference. – The JP let off at 4.25 lbs and was clean and crisp. But in spite of the heavy-for-3 Gun pull, I had issues with it not setting off some ammo. Surplus ammo was the worst with about an 75% fire rate. Even Hornady Steel Match wouldn’t go bang. Actually none of the Hornady SM rounds would go off. They would fire in my M700 Remington however so it had to be a rifle issue. – After changing out the JP for the Hyperfire [sic], every round of every ammo tested fired. Surplus MG ammo that I had pulled from links even fired 100%. And no more issues with Hornady SM. Surprisingly, this ammo was now firing in a rifle with a less than 2# trigger pull. This is with the lightest (silver) coil springs installed. And because of that, my accuracy has improved. – I was so impressed, I bought two more Hyperfires [sic]. One is in my Tac Optics rifle and one in my Tac Irons rifle. – The Hyperfire [sic] has more take up than the JP and several other triggers I have tried. But when shooting rapidly, as is often done in competition, I tend to let off more than necessary to reset. For me, an AR trigger like the very short take-up/reset AR Gold trigger isn’t really a benefit. – I will continue to use the JP triggers I have in some other working and fun rifles because they are reliable and do the job. And since I am not sponsored by anyone and have to pay for my own equipment, I have to budget for those parts I want and spend wisely. But if I build any more competition rifles, especially ones that might be used in rapid fire, they will have Hyperfire [sic] triggers in them.”