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    Help me pick Geissele trigger

    Trigger is going in my 11.5"

    Cant decide between SSA and SD-C. Yes I know they are the same trigger minus one being curved and one if flat. I think physically I like the look of the regular curved trigger. Any reason to go with flat over curved? I keep going back and forth and can't decide.

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    Have you tried both?

    Its the only way to figure this one out. Sorry.

    I tried both and simply didn't like the flat face so I went back to the SSA.

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    Get this Hiperfire instead. A single stage trigger that is great. I do not get why folks would want to put a 2 stage trigger on anything that is not more of a precision rifle.

    https://www.hiperfire.com/product/hipertouch-elite/
    Last edited by Red*Lion; 07-02-21 at 16:26.

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    SSA-E for my vote!
    Given that 10-shots are a group and 5-shots may be a favorable trend ... know that just one good 3-shot group can make you an instant internet superstar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swstock View Post
    Have you tried both?

    Its the only way to figure this one out. Sorry.

    I tried both and simply didn't like the flat face so I went back to the SSA.
    I have not. I have the Hi Speed DMR in my 20". Thats the only Geissele I have experienced

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty223 View Post
    SSA-E for my vote!
    Its more of a CQB defense rifle. I feel this one may be too light from what geissele says

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolcraigster View Post
    Its more of a CQB defense rifle. I feel this one may be too light from what geissele says

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    For a CQB rifle, I'd recommend against the SSA-E. I ended up changing springs on my SSA-E because it was too light. I'd look at the SSA or G2S trigger for your use.

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    Same here. I have several SSAs and one SD-C. I tried the flat bow to see what all the hype was about and didn't really care for it. Curved bow for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swstock View Post
    Have you tried both?

    Its the only way to figure this one out. Sorry.

    I tried both and simply didn't like the flat face so I went back to the SSA.
    Also the Hi Speed National Match triggers are my favorite triggers by far. SSA is a great trigger but don't compare it to the NM or you'll be disappointed. Different applications and all.

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    Either way with work. I have the SSA in my SBR, and the SD-C in my Recce build. Both are incredible triggers. I've shot the SD-c more, so I prefer it overall.
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