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    Geissele Single-Stage Precision (SSP) trigger

    I have a SSA but want to swap it out for a single stage.

    Who has this trigger and what is your opinion of it?

    https://geissele.com/ssp-m4-curved-bow.html

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    Love it, very little to no creep with firm reset.

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    They are both very nice. Hard to pick a winner. I like the flat-bow myself. Geissele has made choosing very difficult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanCarbine View Post
    I have a SSA but want to swap it out for a single stage.
    You should just get a new lower and upper and drop the trigger in that. I dont think anyone has ever regreted having 2 AR's and 2 Geisslle triggers. It's almost like a three way with two enhanced women.
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    My buddy has the SSP and it is an extremely nice trigger. It feels like a nice bolt action trigger, very light break with no creep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longshot2000 View Post
    They are both very nice. Hard to pick a winner. I like the flat-bow myself. Geissele has made choosing very difficult.
    Absolutely. This intrigues me, a single action Geissele…..hmmm......
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    What is the advantage of a single stage over a two stage?
    Why do the loudest do the least?

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    I have a SSF and several S3Gs. I’m switching out the S3Gs to SSPs. I love it. Nice and crisp with smaller travel.
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