trigger housing

trigger housing

[′trig·ər ‚hau̇z·iŋ]
(ordnance)
An item, usually of metal, designed to fit into the framework of a carbine, machine gun, pistol, or rifle; used to provide a mounting for a trigger.
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It then states, "Remaining components comprised of the trigger housing subassembly in this unit is factory assembled by precision equipment.
Tenders are invited for Die Casting Of Trigger Housing To Drg.
The trigger housing is a West German "SEF" housing.
An adjustable butt plate, integrated trigger housing, pistol grip, trigger guard, foldable foregrip, rail, cable slide and rest are all either built in or attached to the body.
Caption: The trigger assembly on the M249S is removed in the same manner as the trigger housing on the M249.
Items confiscated include the following: 35 trigger housing assemblies; 60 upper receivers; 15 batter spring locks; 10 barrel assembly M16s; one rail without barrel; one rail with M16 barrel and suppressor; 15 butt assemblies; 15 buffer spring guides; and five quick-detach scope mounts.
An alloy trigger housing contains all the hard-chromed steel components A classy gold buck-head logo is engraved underneath the triggerguard--with the trigger itself being gold plated.
Areas that will require fitting on commercial stocks are the trigger housing contact surfaces.
The grip frame and trigger housing are made of polymer.
The kit includes a striker and modified trigger bar and trigger housing for consistent and realistic trigger pull, while resetting itself to allow for repetitive practice while projecting a laser dot to the target every shot.
Lift the old trigger partially out of the drill case to access the wiring connections that run from the motor and battery terminal into the bottom of the trigger housing.