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Old 01-24-2012, 07:19 PM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

geissle is probably the best. i replaced mine with an rra national match. its a really nice 2 stage with a clean crisp NO CREEP break at 90$ it wont break the bank and is a HUGE upgrade from the dpms trigger
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Old 01-25-2012, 04:28 PM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

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Geissele is the way to go. Very high quality setup and tough at same time.

You can see an install from their website on a super semi automatic trigger for AR15.

Geissele Automatics - Quality Triggers for the Warfighter and Competitor - Super Semi-Automatic
Thanx for the link. That's way easier than an other trigger I've ever worked on. I'm going with the Geissele. The extra $$$ seems well worth it.
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Old 01-27-2012, 05:17 PM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

While the Geiselle are nice don't overlook the Wilson TTU or the American Gold trigers and I do believe that all are in the $269.00 price area with the Wilson and American gold being 1 piece and install in about 5 minutes with no adjustments needed and have a pull of 3- 3.5lbs.
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Old 02-05-2012, 11:59 AM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

Have a Timney 3LB I am happy with and under $200.
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:08 AM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

The Geiselle is a great two stage trigger.

But unless you are restricted to a heavy trigger weight by rules from years ago... get an AR Gold!

The AR Gold has shorter reset movement, MUCH faster lock time and can be set to a lighter trigger weight - while maintaining 100% safety due to a unique double sear arangement.

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Old 02-09-2012, 06:53 AM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

I have both Geiselle Enhanced Match and RRA match triggers on my AR's. Both are excellent two stage triggers that run in the 3.5-4# range. I'm hard pressed to feel a difference between the two. The RRA is about half the price a little over $100. The Geiselle is very well made and finely finished. I also have a Jewel on one of my AR heavy varmint/target rigs. It's fully adjustable, also can be tuned to a very crisp pull but you can only get down to 2-2.5# reliably. Been using it for four years, couple of thousand rounds through the rifle with no problems or loss of adjustment. The only issue is lots of parts and a complicated design. It costs about $230.
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:21 PM
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Re: Best AR trigger?

when you say that you want "no creap" does that mean that you would prefer a single stage trigger? 2-stage triggers take a little getting used to for most people and while i like mine in an AR i think that most people that are used to bolt guns hate them for a while. most people end up trading them in for a good timney, jp or jard single stage that will feel more like their bolt guns
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