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    How old is the trigger and estimated round count?

    Quote Originally Posted by joeg26er View Post
    Getting Light Primer Strikes on Geissele SD-E + 300BLKOUT Build / BCM 9 inch

    About one or two for every 20 to 30 rounds.

    I've used a standard weight BCG NiB Stag and a lightweight ALU 3Gun unit and similar ratio of light strike FTF. Will not ignite when put through a second time.

    Using Sellier and Bellot 123gr. What do you think I should start trouble shooting or is this a bad batch of ammo? Or could something be wrong with my fire control group?



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    Quote Originally Posted by joeg26er View Post
    Getting Light Primer Strikes on Geissele SD-E + 300BLKOUT Build / BCM 9 inch

    About one or two for every 20 to 30 rounds.

    I've used a standard weight BCG NiB Stag and a lightweight ALU 3Gun unit and similar ratio of light strike FTF. Will not ignite when put through a second time.

    Using Sellier and Bellot 123gr. What do you think I should start trouble shooting or is this a bad batch of ammo? Or could something be wrong with my fire control group?
    Id go with crappy ammo , first and foremost. Try other ammo before questioning a Gissele trigger, not likely

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    Geissele hammers are designed to hit the firing pin dead nuts square with the most possible mass centered on the firing pin. Absent some kind of huge defect I would look for other problems than this FCG, even if it only had half a spring.

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