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    "If it's not a geisselle, it's probably junk" is my mentality when it comes to triggers. As an engineering undergrad I can appreciate what Bill G. brings to the table as a manufacture.

    Serisouly, no other match grade trigger is approved by and in use by SOCOM. I would absolutely spend the extra $50 to get a quality bullet dispensing button. Everyone thinks "how bad could a trigger malfunction be?" Do you really want to find out? If you are super duper price sensitive then try and catch a G2S trigger on sale. I picked mine up a few years back at $130, but they may go even lower now.
    "My wife makes Larue seem reasonably priced."

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    Quote Originally Posted by turnburglar View Post
    "If it's not a geisselle, it's probably junk" is my mentality when it comes to triggers. As an engineering undergrad I can appreciate what Bill G. brings to the table as a manufacture.

    Serisouly, no other match grade trigger is approved by and in use by SOCOM. I would absolutely spend the extra $50 to get a quality bullet dispensing button. Everyone thinks "how bad could a trigger malfunction be?" Do you really want to find out? If you are super duper price sensitive then try and catch a G2S trigger on sale. I picked mine up a few years back at $130, but they may go even lower now.
    Statistically, the majority of people weighing Geissele vs X will never be harmed by a conceivable trigger malf from a quality drop in cassette type or "match" trigger
    That being said, I have G in the majority of mine just due to getting some really good deals on them

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    Filling my head and emptying my wallet, keep it coming I'm starting to learn about AR triggers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeg26er View Post
    Statistically, the majority of people weighing Geissele vs X will never be harmed by a conceivable trigger malf from a quality drop in cassette type or "match" trigger
    That being said, I have G in the majority of mine just due to getting some really good deals on them
    Statistically most people will never shoot enough to sheer a bolt lug not made out of carpenter 158, or fall hard onto 6xxx series receiver extensions hard enough to bend them. But I donít advocate for inferior bolts, and I donít advocate weaker receiver extensions.

    The formula for an AR that you can run into the ground with poor maintenance is firmly established. I donít see the sense in straying from it too far. And over what is relatively little money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thopkins22 View Post
    Statistically most people will never shoot enough to sheer a bolt lug not made out of carpenter 158, or fall hard onto 6xxx series receiver extensions hard enough to bend them. But I don’t advocate for inferior bolts, and I don’t advocate weaker receiver extensions.

    The formula for an AR that you can run into the ground with poor maintenance is firmly established. I don’t see the sense in straying from it too far. And over what is relatively little money?
    That is a bit off topic but You are saying 6061 rails are inferior and should not be used?
    I've run thousands of rounds thru multiple different ARs and never had a primer pop out. However, I use brass case and brand name ammo 99.999% of the time. Only recently ran a small amount of steel case tula and Wolf Gold. So, I would say that a trigger malfunction is going to be rarer than falling on one's receiver extension and I would even go so far as to say you'd sheer a bolt lug before you have a loose primer if you run decent ammo. Now, if people start running "gamer" drop in triggers; all bets are off. Such as Elftman. I have heard and seen pics of these breaking hammers. Also Hyperfire failures etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeg26er View Post
    That is a bit off topic but You are saying 6061 rails are inferior and should not be used?
    I've run thousands of rounds thru multiple different ARs and never had a primer pop out. However, I use brass case and brand name ammo 99.999% of the time. Only recently ran a small amount of steel case tula and Wolf Gold. So, I would say that a trigger malfunction is going to be rarer than falling on one's receiver extension and I would even go so far as to say you'd sheer a bolt lug before you have a loose primer if you run decent ammo. Now, if people start running "gamer" drop in triggers; all bets are off. Such as Elftman. I have heard and seen pics of these breaking hammers. Also Hyperfire failures etc.
    No...Iím saying 6061 receiver extensions are inferior. 7075 is almost twice as strong in most respects. https://metalpress.onlinemetals.com/...luminum-alloy/

    Popped primers are uncommon. They happen. Other bits of small foreign debris definitely happens.

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