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Old 07-04-2017, 02:11 AM   #1
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Default On sale. Geissele Super Semi-Automatic Enhanced (SSA-E) Trigger- 05-160


"Built on the chassis of the Geissele SSA, the Super Semi-Automatic Enhanced (SSA-E) provides enhanced trigger control and weapon accuracy while maintaining the robustness and reliability of the combat-proven two-stage trigger. The SSA-Es reduced first and second stage pull weights result in a trigger with a smooth, light first stage take-up and a crisp, candy cane-like second stage break.


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Real nice triggers at $179. I paid $250 for mine back before I joined the Brady crew and destroyed all my evil weapons.
If you have an AR you have built up and put dollars into this is a good set up for it.
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I've been thinking I need a Giesselle Super Select-Fire SOPMOD.
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I've been thinking I need a Giesselle Super Select-Fire SOPMOD.
They really are nice boon. Back when I owned guns I used to sit and spend time polishing the trigger connect points for the ARs. Very fine paper and just gently polish and polish some more.
It bought the weight pull down a few pounds but the key was it smoothed the hell out of the pull. But with these Giesselie the work is kind of done for yah. For guys who want to have fun bump firing it for sure makes it super easy to do.
For sure made my SBR super accurate. Wish I never tossed that in the damn river.
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Old 07-05-2017, 12:06 AM   #5
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I just can't talk myself into that kind of money for a trigger. I'm one of the weirdoes who is happy with the gritty GI trigger.

Now, maybe I'd think about a Timney trigger for my Remington 700....but when that rifle comes out, it means food on the table. The AR's are for plinking and fun. For serious social situations, the M14 or FAL comes out.
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They really are nice boon. Back when I owned guns I used to sit and spend time polishing the trigger connect points for the ARs. Very fine paper and just gently polish and polish some more.
It bought the weight pull down a few pounds but the key was it smoothed the hell out of the pull. But with these Giesselie the work is kind of done for yah. For guys who want to have fun bump firing it for sure makes it super easy to do.
For sure made my SBR super accurate. Wish I never tossed that in the damn river.
I've got one in a semi auto AR-15. The Super SOPMOD would go in the M16, as the trigger sucks for semi auto in it.
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I found a Super Select Fire for $270.00 shipped. Guy said they were ordered for the SWAT team who never had them installed.
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I found a Super Select Fire for $270.00 shipped. Guy said they were ordered for the SWAT team who never had them installed.
Being sold by the armory sergeant through his personal gunbroker account?
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Being sold by the armory sergeant through his personal gunbroker account?
Finally got around to installing my Super Select Fire trigger in my M16. Shitty weather will prevent a range trip.
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