Hiperfire Hipertouch 24C (Competition) - Drop-In AR-15 Trigger
The HIPERTOUCH® 24C is the competition version of fire-control drop-ins for installation in AR-15® and AR-10® type rifles. The HIPERTOUCH® name is short for HIgh PERformanceTOUCH, 24 for user adjustable trigger weights and C for competition marksmen like 3-Gunners. It installs and functions just like the HIPERTOUCH® 24 but with half the pre-travel and a faster reset.
- Drop-In “AR10″ and “AR15″ Fire-Control
- Straight Trigger with the HIPERSHOE™ Adustable Finger Pad
- For Competitive 3-Gun, LE-MIL Tactical Interdiction, Long-Range Hunting
- Smooth/Shorter Pre-Travel for On-Demand Performance Compared to the 24
- Clean Hammer Release, Faster Reset Compared to the 24
- Match Quality Trigger Action and Hammer Fall
- Functions like the Stock, Semi-Auto “AR15″ Fire-Control
- For Standard Lower Receivers Using Small Pins of 0.154-inch Diameter
- Uses Stock “AR” Trigger and Semiautomatic Disconnector Springs
- Uses Proprietary Trigger Hammer and Disconnector Parts
- Uses a Proprietary Toggle-Over-Center Spring System
- User-Set Trigger Weights: Light, Medium-Light, Medium
- Smooth/Shorter Pre-Travel Compared to the 24 Clean Hammer Release, Fast Reset
- 25% to 50% Faster Hammer Lock-Up
- Heat-Treated Alloy Steel
- Installs without Removal of the Safety Selector
- Installs without Modification to the Lower Receiver
- Patents Pending
- Made Entirely in the USA by Americans
Customer Ratings & Reviews
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Would recommend this product.
Location: Las vegas NV.
March 3, 2016
This is a great trigger for the money. Breaks clean and very good reset. Stop thinking about it and buy this trigger!!!
Location: San Antonio
February 27, 2016
I've recently discovered the feel of actual, precision shooting, and how the trigger should be "Pressed". I read a lot about the Hiperfire and decided to try one in my 3-gun build. WoW... Everyone who tries it has the same reaction. This trigger has a crisp ....Bang.....There is no creep, no movement, It just loads ....and .....Bang...... Over travel includes a slight amount of movement, and reset follows the very short trip back....I'm saving my Mad Money for a second one for my 300BLK Pistol. By the way...It's FAST... Fast enough to put 2 shots in one hole....
Location: Kodak, TN
February 6, 2016
ustin Barnes here, Owner of Barnes Gunsmithing. I recently ordered the Hiperfire 24C trigger and wanted to test it out and give a review on it. First I would like to point out this is my review from my prospective on the trigger and some may disagree. I received it in the mail from one of my distributors Mounts plus. I ordered it standard shipping so it arrived at a decent amount of time. I want to point out this is not a simple drop in trigger. Although it does however come with a detailed instruction manual with PICTURES!!
This kit was fairly simple to install only took just a few minutes and does not require any additional disassembly of your AR other then the trigger guard depending on what type you currently have on your rifle. I have a straight guard on mine but I was able to put it in without taking the guard off. Now this type is the only one you would have to take the guard off due to the red boot that comes with the trigger sense the 24C does not have the bow of your normal trigger it is a straight type. The trigger, sear, and hammer are installed just like any other trigger. Before installing the hammer a small cross pin is added for the small two spring rods that hold the other two springs in place to add extra impact for the hammer to the firing pin. Once cross pins are added then you set the springs in and then behind them there is also another cross piece that goes on the back side of the spring and rods to hold retain the assembly. Here you will use something like a small punch or screw driver to push against the rear cross piece to compress the springs far enough to then push down into a small retainer groove on the trigger/ sear frame. It sounds difficult but once you watch my video and read the instructions its actually really simple.
Now I would like to point out this trigger is sent with three different sets of springs all are color coated to not get mixed during installation. These are for which ever setting you prefer as far as trigger pull weight and hammer energy. I installed mine with the lightest trigger pull and high hammer energy…. Because why not right? Its always about the trigger pull haha. The next step was to test the trigger to make sure its operating correctly before going to the range. It even says this in the instructions!! It worked with no issues with me setting the hammer with my thumb and dry firing.
I could tell by just watching the trigger release that this was no joke on the hammer energy. It did not bounce like you would see on a two stage or single stage trigger when the trigger released the hammer smaked the bolt stop and stayed there. Now I would like to take a minute to explain my rifle set up because I think this plays a part if you will like to drop this in your rifle. My rifle is a Anderson upper and lower with a YHM 16 inch fluted barrel and rifle length handguard with a mid length gas system. I also run mag couplers on my magazines, So this adds more weight. And to top it off I have a set of flip up magpul sights and a vortex strikefire red dot on a high rise mount. So when fully loaded my rifle weighs between 15-20lbs. I know a little heavy right? Remember I like little to no recoil for faster on point targeting.
So now we are at the range and its raining which kind of put a damper on things because I was not able to stay long nor video the test so I will need to go back to record. I was able to go through a whole magazine and this trigger ran with no issues with my hand loads. This trigger did have a positive reset and zero take up, on point every time. Trust me when I tell you that it will fire as fast as you can pull the trigger. So the pros that the manufacture claim are on point. The only con I fount and it may just be me needing to adjust to the new trigger is that with the high hammer energy comes more recoil. This was not excessive but I could tell a difference. In return this caused me to take more time to get back on target. I feel that with a carbine length system AR you would feel more of the recoil. To some this is not an issue with practice with the different trigger and I will be at the range more to do so.
My final thoughts on this trigger is that it’s a great trigger and well manufactured and does everything they claim it does and I liked the detailed instructions and easy installation as well as the options as to which setting you would like to have on the trigger. So if you were unhappy with the recoil then you could change the springs out to a higher trigger weight and lower hammer energy. I also liked the trigger boot to make up the comfortable feel of a bow trigger that this trigger does not have and also if you have issues of having your finger ride to high on the trigger this can train you to adjust your finger placement.
I did not like the more felt recoil added to this but I also understand why it is there so that’s ok. All in all great trigger but the price tag on it is a little high but not no higher then you would pay for a name brand drop in. I would recommend this trigger to anyone but would point out the recoil and also along with that explain why the reason for it. Thank you all for reading this and if you have any questions please feel free to email me. Have a great day and remember safety, check your chambers, practice and have fun!!!!