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Geissele Trigger- Sweet.

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by Nutt51, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. Nutt51

    Nutt51

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    I was wanting a smoother trigger for my BCM AR.
    Was going to order the ACT, but I kept reading about
    the Geissele triggers. Midway was offering a discount,
    so I bit the bullet and ordered a Geissele SSA-E, got
    it for $195.00 shipped.
    I'm glad I did it and payed the extra, this is one sweet
    trigger. I've never put a custom trigger in any of my
    firearms, but it is a big difference.
    It is for sure a lot smoother and lighter pull than the
    stock triggers. I may try a Geissele SSA in my other
    AR in the future.
     
  2. NeverMore1701

    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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  3. Manson

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    I love mine as well! Worth every penny. I havent compared it to any other high end triggers, but a whole bunch of stock ones on my friend's rifles. The SSA-E takes the cake and makes the stockers feel like junk.
     
  4. Trey83

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    I love me some SSA-E!
     
  5. mjkeat

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    Haven't tried the SSA-E but the SD3G is nice.
     
  6. Big Bird

    Big Bird NRA Life Member

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    The SSA-E is a great trigger in a precision gun. Its a little to light for my tastes in a duty weapon and the SSA is better IMO for that application. Both are great and I own a couple of both versions.
     
  7. samuse

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    I've had both and thought the same about 'em.

    SSA= GTG for duty, SSA-E=GTG for precision.

    For my personal uses, I went back to a stock Colt trigger, but if a person is comfortable with it, and runs their gun better with a Geissele, there are no downsides.
     
  8. Walt_NC

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    Congrats OP. I love these triggers. Im currently running the SSA in my SD and game guns. I had the select-fire version in my work gun. I'm running the 'enhanced' version on my SPR.

    FWIW, they pair nicely with KNS anti walk pins.