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Posted: 9/8/2015 11:40:31 PM EDT




Thanks Primary Arms!
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Which one did you get and how much?
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Easily one of the best things you can do to a rifle.
Link Posted: 9/8/2015 11:59:06 PM EDT
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SSA-E.  $192 @ Primary Arms
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yep!!!



 
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:00:05 AM EDT
Well, lets see it then.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:01:08 AM EDT
Got my mk4 rail today from primary.  This thing is a work of art .
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SSA-E.  $192 @ Primary Arms


got one for myself too


Pretty excited to put together my new lower next monday when I go to my parents house (no AR's in the city )
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:05:15 AM EDT
I know that nice triggers are awesome, however, spending $200+ on one for each rifle just seems like a waste to me for what I use my rifles for.

I can keep an honest 1.25"-1.5" 5-shot group at 100yds with a 12.5" SBR, 3x ACOG, 75gr BTHP reloads, and mil-spec trigger which is honestly good enough for anything I will ever do.

That being said I did get a cheap MBT and it is really nice but I don't see myself replacing the triggers in all of my rifles as I'd just rather buy another 666rds of Wolf Gold to shoot instead.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:05:22 AM EDT
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got one for myself too


Pretty excited to put together my new lower next monday when I go to my parents house (no AR's in the city )
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got one for myself too


Pretty excited to put together my new lower next monday when I go to my parents house (no AR's in the city )



You will love it! Big difference and upgrade from my RRA 2 stage NM.
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I know that nice triggers are awesome, however, spending $200+ on one for each rifle just seems like a waste to me for what I use my rifles for.

I can keep an honest 1.25"-1.5" 5-shot group at 100yds with a 12.5" SBR, 3x ACOG, 75gr BTHP reloads, and mil-spec trigger which is honestly good enough for anything I will ever do.

That being said I did get a cheap MBT and it is really nice but I don't see myself replacing the triggers in all of my rifles as I'd just rather buy another 666rds of Wolf Gold to shoot instead.
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Understand. Only put the Geissele in my AR 308 with a match barrel. My other AR's have RRA triggers. While not the best, they fit just fine for non match chrome lined mil spec barrels.
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You will love it! Big difference and upgrade from my RRA 2 stage NM.
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SSA-E.  $192 @ Primary Arms


got one for myself too


Pretty excited to put together my new lower next monday when I go to my parents house (no AR's in the city )



You will love it! Big difference and upgrade from my RRA 2 stage NM.


I've only shot mil-spec triggers so I'm pretty excited
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Understand. Only put the Geissele in my AR 308 with a match barrel. My other AR's have RRA triggers. While not the best, they fit just fine for non match chrome lined mil spec barrels.
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I know that nice triggers are awesome, however, spending $200+ on one for each rifle just seems like a waste to me for what I use my rifles for.

I can keep an honest 1.25"-1.5" 5-shot group at 100yds with a 12.5" SBR, 3x ACOG, 75gr BTHP reloads, and mil-spec trigger which is honestly good enough for anything I will ever do.

That being said I did get a cheap MBT and it is really nice but I don't see myself replacing the triggers in all of my rifles as I'd just rather buy another 666rds of Wolf Gold to shoot instead.



Understand. Only put the Geissele in my AR 308 with a match barrel. My other AR's have RRA triggers. While not the best, they fit just fine for non match chrome lined mil spec barrels.



See now that is a good application for a really nice trigger.  It's when I see them in $600 rifles with mil-spec barrels and a RDS (for example) that I just don't get.  To each is own but I'd rather buy more ammo.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:23:43 AM EDT
What's the new one with the super high rate of fire, maybe selectable iirc?
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:34:45 AM EDT
I have one in almost all my ar's, and even have the alg akt for my ak. So probably about a dozen geissele triggers, including 1 that isn't even installed, have an extra just in case I build another rifle.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:44:32 AM EDT
I have two made two years apart, CW3 and CW5 participation award. You can't tell the difference without a gauge. That's consistency.
The one from CW4 is in my sister's AR. I told her if she bought one, I'd put it in and she called my bluff.


JK. I was proud to be able to do it.
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I have two made two years apart, CW3 and CW5 participation award. You can't tell the difference without a gauge. That's consistency.
The one from CW4 is in my sister's AR. I told her if she bought one, I'd put it in and she called my bluff.


JK. I was proud to be able to do it.
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You have sister that shoots?  Is she married?

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pretty much screwed the pooch now.


You will soon go broke buying new triggers for all of your AR's
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I have two made two years apart, CW3 and CW5 participation award. You can't tell the difference without a gauge. That's consistency.
The one from CW4 is in my sister's AR. I told her if she bought one, I'd put it in and she called my bluff.


JK. I was proud to be able to do it.

You have sister that shoots?  Is she married?


Yep. Not married. Collects guns. Lurks here.


Go brush your teeth and wash the Cheetoh dust off of your hands and say something witty.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:58:57 AM EDT
That's a great price for a SSA-E.

I have SSA's on two rifles and nowhere to use an SSA-E but at that price I may order one just to have for a future build.

And OP, your bank account is going to hate you now.  

I'll never by choice keep a mil-spec trigger in any AR platform I own. It's just not possible.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 12:59:09 AM EDT
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Perfect gif to describe geissele
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 1:00:55 AM EDT
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Welcome to the club, the Mod 1 Rev B is perfection (non MLOCK/keymod)
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Yep. Not married. Collects guns. Lurks here.


Go brush your teeth and wash the Cheetoh dust off of your hands and say something witty.
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I have two made two years apart, CW3 and CW5 participation award. You can't tell the difference without a gauge. That's consistency.
The one from CW4 is in my sister's AR. I told her if she bought one, I'd put it in and she called my bluff.


JK. I was proud to be able to do it.

You have sister that shoots?  Is she married?


Yep. Not married. Collects guns. Lurks here.


Go brush your teeth and wash the Cheetoh dust off of your hands and say something witty.

Probably lost at lurks here.  I’m smart but act a fool in GD.  
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 1:05:10 AM EDT
I should say I love Bill’s products.  I do have his triggers on all my ARs.    Money well spent.



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Well, at least now, she knows you're not a tard.
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Well, at least now, she knows you're not a tard.

 Put in a good word for me.
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