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Posted: 4/30/2011 4:15:01 PM EDT
Are they worth it? Or is it just hype?

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Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:28:27 PM EDT
What kind of shooting?  They're the standard for highpower competition for a reason...  Also matters which one you get...
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:34:51 PM EDT
I like them for "precision" AR bench shooting.



For real life SHTF/War, they're really unnecessary.
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:36:56 PM EDT
My geissele high speed is tits!
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:39:27 PM EDT





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I like them for "precision" AR bench shooting.





For real life SHTF/War, they're really unnecessary.



Myself and SOCOM disagree with you. Geissele SSF



 
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:39:33 PM EDT
When I put together a few target AR's a couple of years ago, switching to a two stage shrunk my groups about a .25 MOA.  Makes it easier to shoot off the bench, for me anyway.  Useless for action shooting.  Not a hindrance though, so my AR's tend to have Rock River two stage triggers.
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:43:24 PM EDT
They are to me. I love two stage triggers. I wish I could put one in my Weatherby Vanguard and other bolt action hunting rifles.
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:46:09 PM EDT



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My geissele high speed is tits!


My 2-stage of choice as well.  RRA makes a decent one as well.





 
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:46:59 PM EDT
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I like them for "precision" AR bench shooting.

For real life SHTF/War, they're really unnecessary.

Myself and SOCOM disagree with you. Geissele SSF  


Best reliable trigger out there. SSA if you only want semi  (not directed at you, miles)
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:47:05 PM EDT
My RRA came with one.

I love it.
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:49:33 PM EDT



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Quoted:

I like them for "precision" AR bench shooting.



For real life SHTF/War, they're really unnecessary.


Myself and SOCOM disagree with you. Geissele SSF  


Never been in a conflict, but my thoughts were to aim and fire rapidly if I were.  At the range I'm much more measured, and work on fractions of inches vs. COM.



I'm a Geissele fan myself.
 
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:50:15 PM EDT
it's the only trigger I have shot with and I like it.  Worth the difference to me.
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:53:07 PM EDT
RRA in mine, love it
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:54:55 PM EDT
Quoted:

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I like them for "precision" AR bench shooting.

For real life SHTF/War, they're really unnecessary.

Myself and SOCOM disagree with you. Geissele SSF  


And Paul Mauser and John Garand. And the designers at Enfield.

I can't think of a WWl or WWll rifle that didn't use a two stage trigger. It's possible something exists (it's probably French) as I'm not all that familiar with all of the small arms of the era but the major arms designs used them. That's where I learned to love them. My love affair with the old mil-surp guns.
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 5:59:31 PM EDT
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I like them for "precision" AR bench shooting.

For real life SHTF/War, they're really unnecessary.

Myself and SOCOM disagree with you. Geissele SSF  


And Paul Mauser and John Garand. And the designers at Enfield.

I can't think of a WWl or WWll rifle that didn't use a two stage trigger. It's possible something exists (it's probably French) as I'm not all that familiar with all of the small arms of the era but the major arms designs used them. That's where I learned to love them. My love affair with the old mil-surp guns.


Yeah but some of those old two stagers were almost like the extra safety system. Like I heard one old timer say, "Pull first stage on monday and get to firing the damn thing on Sunday."


Daniel
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 6:05:11 PM EDT
A spring kit and a little stone work will make a world of difference on a stock trigger.  

Depending on application this is probably enough for most shooters.

Edit:  And only costs $10
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