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Do the Geissele (sp?) triggers work with 22 and or military hard primers?? All I've read about them say they are the cats meow, but I need really good hammer energy. Thank You All for the responses Merry Christmas
 

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Do the Geissele (sp?) triggers work with 22 and or military hard primers?? All I've read about them say they are the cats meow, but I need really good hammer energy. Thank You All for the responses Merry Christmas
Cant answer that, but I prefer Rock River 2 stage. Never had a problem, goes bang every time. Light enough to be quick and precise, but heavy enough to be safe, especially for field conditions.
 

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I shot about 120 55gr FMJ military rounds through my new Spikes upper with the SSAE trigger and didn't have any issues other than a stiff new extractor spring that needed breaking in.
 

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Greetings,

All but two of my ARs have Geislee FGCs. Absolutely no problem with any 5.56/.223 rounds. I did have issues with one of my dedicated .22LR uppers, but it was a compatibility issue between the specific bolt/firing pin (new DPMS design licensed from Tacsol) and the "G" hammer. So, unless you run into an odd issue like that, I think you'll find them to be an outstanding unit. Of all the different AR FCGs I've used, I like the "G"s best. They have a very wide product range to suit any need.

Regards, Jim


Do the Geissele (sp?) triggers work with 22 and or military hard primers?? All I've read about them say they are the cats meow, but I need really good hammer energy. Thank You All for the responses Merry Christmas
 

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I've installed a Geissele SSA, SSA-E (enhanced), G2S, Super Tricon, and Super Dynamic 3 Gun triggers on various ARs. I've also sold several SSA's and SSA-E's to customers for their builds. All have functioned flawlessly in .223/5.56 and 300BLK rifles. This includes hundreds of M855 and M193. I can't say anything about the .22LR, though. I do know that my thumb hurts for a day or two after installing, so the springs are plenty strong, noticeably stronger than milspec. The SSA is a semi-auto only version of the Super Select-Fire (SSF), which was developed for the US Special Ops community, so reliability was as important as safety in the design.
 

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I've got an SSA-E and SD-E in two different lowers and have had zero issues sending M855 rounds down the pipe, over the course of probably 2500+ rounds between the two rifles.
 
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