Geissele trigger

Original price was: $340.00.Current price is: $305.00.

SSA X Trigger with Lightning Bow®

Geissele trigger

Geissele trigger the SSA-X with Lightning Bow® trigger is no longer exclusive to the Super Duty line of firearms! The SSA-X features a Nanocoated wide body trigger and Nanocoated Hammer, with a special Chrome Nitride disconnect that combines advancements in coating design to bring about the next evolution of the venerable SSA Geissele trigger.

Geissele trigger

These coatings dramatically enhance wear and corrosion resistance and keep the trigger running smooth and breaking clean even after heavy use with minimal lubrication.  The SSA-X with Lightning Bow® trigger is a non-adjustable trigger, which is light enough for accurate and precise shots, but forgiving enough for dynamic close in work as well.

Geissele ssae trigger

The Geissele Super Semi-Automatic (SSA®) X trigger is based on the SSA, a semi-automatic only version of Geissele Automatics’s Super Select-Fire trigger. The SSA is a non-adjustable duty rated trigger that is a precision two-stage trigger that allows precise and accurate trigger control. The SSA’s two-stage design allows the trigger to be light enough for accurate and precise shots, but forgiving enough for frenetic close in work.

Geissele trigger ar15

Geissele Automatics is a well-known and respected manufacturer of high-quality triggers for the AR-15 platform. Geissele triggers are known for their exceptional craftsmanship, reliability, and performance.

Geissele triggers

Here are a few popular Geissele triggers:

1. Geissele SSA (Super Semi-Automatic) Trigger: The Geissele SSA is a two-stage trigger that provides a smooth first stage with a clean break and a light second stage for a crisp and consistent pull. It offers a great balance between precision and rapid-fire capabilities.

2. Geissele SSA-E (Super Semi-Automatic Enhanced) Trigger: Similar to the SSA, the SSA-E is a two-stage trigger, but it has a lighter second stage with a quicker reset. It is designed for shooters who prefer a lighter pull weight and enhanced trigger response.

3. Geissele SD-C (Special Duty Combat) Trigger: The SD-C is a two-stage trigger specifically designed for duty and combat applications. It offers a smooth and deliberate pull with a clean break, making it ideal for demanding environments where reliability and consistency are crucial. 4. Geissele G2S (Two-Stage) Trigger: The G2S is a cost-effective option that provides a two-stage trigger pull for improved accuracy and control. It features a smooth first stage and a light, crisp second stage, making it suitable for a variety of shooting applications. It’s important to note that while Geissele triggers are highly regarded, individual preferences may vary.

Geissele triggers

Why are Geissele triggers good?
Finely-tuned, non-adjustable two-stage trigger providing enhanced trigger control and weapon accuracy while maintaining the robustness and reliability of Geissele’s combat-proven two-stage trigger. Sharp, crisp break. Some say its like “breaking a candy cane.”
What is the difference in Geissele triggers?
The four trigger types are either flat or curved, “combat’ or “enhanced”. The SSA (curved) is directly comparable to the SD-C (flat) in that both are considered “combat.” The SSA-E (curved) is directly comparable to the SD-E (flat) in that they are both “enhanced.”

To mount up a Geissele trigger, you will need the following tools:

  • A screwdriver
  • A punch
  • A mallet
  • A pair of needle-nose pliers
  1. Start by removing the old trigger from your lower receiver. To do this, use a screwdriver to remove the two screws that secure the trigger in place. Once the screws are removed, you can use a punch and mallet to tap the trigger out of the receiver.
  2. Once the old trigger is removed, clean the area where the new trigger will be mounted. You can use a degreaser or a solvent to remove any dirt or grime.
  3. Now, it’s time to install the new Geissele trigger. Start by inserting the trigger into the receiver. Make sure that the trigger is aligned properly and that it is fully seated.
  4. Once the trigger is in place, use the screwdriver to secure it with the two screws. Be sure to tighten the screws evenly and snugly.
  5. Finally, test the trigger to make sure that it is working properly. To do this, pull the trigger and release it. The trigger should reset correctly and the hammer should not follow the slide.



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