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ERdept
03-22-2012, 3:11 PM
I love great triggers, but Geissele makes so many of them.


I shoot at the range, rapid fire.

I do precision shooting as far as the limits of the LMT will let me.

and i want to compete in 3 gun again.



Which of the many Geissele triggers should I get?

john.t.singh
03-22-2012, 3:22 PM
Rapid fire the Super 3 Gun flat is ridiculously quick reset and pull... but i don't know how that does for accuracy.

I like the SSA-E the best. Nice 2 stage and crisp break, plus it's under $200.

gmcal
03-22-2012, 3:23 PM
I'd look into the S3G and SSA-E for your purposes.

I have the SD-C and really like it.

Tier One Arms
03-22-2012, 5:09 PM
I'd look into the S3G and SSA-E for your purposes.

I have the SD-C and really like it.

I would agree with this. Shoot me a PM for the guaranteed lowest price on Geissele.

Austin794
03-22-2012, 5:14 PM
S3G: LOVE IT!!! never tried the flat triggers though.

ERdept
03-22-2012, 7:41 PM
Tier One, Got your email.

Thank you, responding.

JoeGSX
03-22-2012, 8:06 PM
SSA-E is a great trigger. Tier One for the best price.

Warhawk014
03-22-2012, 8:23 PM
SSA-E. only be cause i have one and love the damn thing. nice crisp clean break. overall excellent trigger for you money you will not regret. but if you do you can sell it to me at a used price :)

FrankDux
03-22-2012, 8:27 PM
TIER ONE ARMS WILL HOOK YOU UP! GOOD PRICE/FAST SHIPPING!

motorwerks
03-22-2012, 8:32 PM
I LOVE my SSA-E

john.t.singh
03-26-2012, 2:17 PM
I would agree with this. Shoot me a PM for the guaranteed lowest price on Geissele.

^ seriously. buy all my triggers and comps from tier one.

next is a noveske upper, but those are quite a bit more expensive -_-

calibrator
03-26-2012, 2:45 PM
Had this conversation with the Geissele Techie and he felt the S3G was not suited for longer range accuracy. He suggested the SSA-E for what you describe (I got the SSA-E as a result). Actual Colt lowers use a large pin configuration compared to all others. Makes the Colt variety cost $25+ more and every dealer seems to feel it's not worth the effort to stock them.

YMMV