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Thread: What Geissele Trigger are Your Running Your AR-10 and Why?

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    SSA-E

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    SSA-E in my Colt MARC 901. I wanted a lighter trigger for precision shooting.
    "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance" Thomas Jefferson

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    Currently running an MBT 2S in my DD5V3. It's a good duty trigger, but it is not a bench rest trigger. I'm waiting for black Friday, where I'm looking at either the single stage WC TTU or the Geissele SDE.

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    SSA-E. It was in the rifle when I bought it and see no reason to change.
    I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery. Thomas Jefferson.

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    Geissele Super Tricon.
    Excellent trigger and it was free.

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    Ssa-e in my AR10s and 20" ar15. SSA in all the others.

    I tried the flat triggers and didnt like them. They are the same mechanically, i iust didn't like they way they felt.

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    I have an SDE in my M110K1.

    I got it in lieu of a KAC 2 stage. It does pretty good. I kinda like the flat bow.

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    Reading this thread convinced me to go with the SSA-E. I swapped out the Geissele SSA trigger for the SSA-E. It is very noticeably a crisper and lighter break. Frankly, now the trigger feels like the finely honed triggers I used in bolt guns. Pull back to first stage, then gently pull back and "click" .... super sharp and crisp, barely noticeable creep at the second stage. "Glass rod breaking" ... not sure there is a better way of describing (not that I've broken many glass rods, but ...). Highly recommended. Installation very straightforward and easy, now that I've swapped out several AR groups. I got the SSA-E from Geissele during their Black Friday sale, great discount and thanks for convincing me to hang in there and wait for the price drop. Sold the SSA to offset the cost of the SSA-E, so all in all, good deal.

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    I picked up 2 more SSA-Es in that sale myself. Hard to pass up at $156 each. Glad you like it. Fantastic precision and hunting triggers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WARRIOR45 View Post
    I have had the SSA-E give me unintentional double taps a couple times. Anyone else have this problem?
    Yes, not often but it has happened.

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