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Thread: Geissele High Speed National Match-Match trigger doubling

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    Trigger follow through will prevent the double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Trigger follow through will prevent the double.
    you ever shot this particular trigger?

    I have no issues with trigger follow through, especially on a trigger with basically zero over travel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjacobs View Post
    you ever shot this particular trigger?

    I have no issues with trigger follow through, especially on a trigger with basically zero over travel...
    I own 3 of them and am familiar with what your describe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    I own 3 of them and am familiar with what your describe.

    it appears I am not the only person with this trigger, with this issue in a big frame AR...

    So please explain trigger follow through when there is no over travel...

    When I shoot my precision guns(whether bolt or semi) I consciously hold the trigger to the rear until the gun settles down from recoil...

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    If you are using proper follow through then perhaps you need to adjust the trigger.

    Shooting my 308 while on the bipod, I will get a double if I get lazy with the trigger. YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    If you are using proper follow through then perhaps you need to adjust the trigger.

    Shooting my 308 while on the bipod, I will get a double if I get lazy with the trigger. YMMV
    Agree with this.

    The issue may be insufficient over-travel, and likely not enough sear overlap too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgeib View Post
    Agree with this.

    The issue may be insufficient over-travel, and likely not enough sear overlap too..
    The trigger is set from Geissele as it pertains to over travel, they recommend NOT changing it.

    There is little to no discernible over travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjacobs View Post
    The trigger is set from Geissele as it pertains to over travel, they recommend NOT changing it.

    There is little to no discernible over travel.
    Adjustable triggers are known to come out of adjustment. Metal surfaces are known to peen, altering clearances. YMMV.

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