Geissele Super 700?

.30kal

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Yes, and it is awesome. The single and 2-stage are the same unit. You can order it pre-configured one way, and it is end-user convertible. I pre-ordered one at Brownells the same day I tried it.
 
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I’m interested in everyone’s feedback on this trigger as well (namely the 2-stage version). It is at the top of my list for the trigger I plan to use with the Nucleus action I ordered.
 
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I checked out the Geissele at the Great American Outdoors Show yesterday and was overall pretty impressed. Trigger felt great in single and 2 stage modes. I would probably pick one up if I see it on sale.
 
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I'm wondering how closely this follows the constraints of a Rem 700 footprint. Basically, when one of y'all sticks it in a KRG Bravo with success, let me know please thanks.
 
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Geissele trigger is a evolution of great french designed C.G.22 trigger that Geissele aquired licence for.
 
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Geissele trigger is a evolution of great french designed C.G.22 trigger that Geissele aquired licence for.
That's interesting to hear. I was just about to buy a mod 22 when I heard the Geissle release and ordered it instead. Really like my Geissele ar triggers so figured I'd give it a try.
 
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I also got a chance to try it at the outdoors show and I liked it a lot. I'm on the fence between this and the TT Diamond, has anyone gotten to try both and compared them?
 

bunsen27

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Any updates on a delivery date?
Every time Geissele post something about it on social media I ask about the release date. All I ever get is a "soon" response either publically or via PM.

I recall they originally stated a late March to early April release window. Thus they are still technically within that time frame.

I've got a build waiting on one. :)
 

chris514scott

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I have two on pre order. I'm a few weeks from cancelling and ordering two Hubers. Have two new builds coming in that need triggers
 
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Ordered one for $230 shipped on Brownells with a $20 off of $200 coupon. End of May is still before my manners and nucleus shows up so no real hurry for me. Figure for $230 it is hard to beat and having tried it out the outdoors show I know exactly what I'm paying for, which certainly helps justify the price.
 

craigos

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Geissele really dropped the ball here. Told folks to preorder with Brownells and would be out by end March, they dont even bother to try and let folks know - i ask them often on their FB posts - nothing. Really terrible when companies just cant have an honest conversation with their customers .. what is so hard
 
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I can't speak for Facebook, but whenever I've emailed them they've replied relatively quickly. The reply is that there's no update, but it is a reply. One would assume they've run into manufacturing issues or something. I'm still waiting on my manners and nucleus, so it more or less doesn't matter to me. When I have all the other parts in hand..may end up having to change my order, but that is probably a few months off still.
 

FatBoy

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This is abnormal for Geissele. They have a stellar reputation for Customer Service. I have to believe something went wrong, and they aren't going to release junk. I don't see them tossing a supplier under the bus. I wonder if the mk13 project has them covered up?
 

LunaCustomGuns

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Yes, and it is awesome. The single and 2-stage are the same unit. You can order it pre-configured one way, and it is end-user convertible. I pre-ordered one at Brownells the same day I tried it.[/QUOTE

This is abnormal for Geissele. They have a stellar reputation for Customer Service. I have to believe something went wrong, and they aren't going to release junk. I don't see them tossing a supplier under the bus. I wonder if the mk13 project has them covered up?
Agreed
 

.30kal

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This is abnormal for Geissele. They have a stellar reputation for Customer Service. I have to believe something went wrong, and they aren't going to release junk. I don't see them tossing a supplier under the bus. I wonder if the mk13 project has them covered up?
I wouldn't say abnormal, but you are likely right about something going wrong or not being up to their standards. It took them over a year to get the SSP trigger out. They showed it at SHOT in 2017, and then again in 2018 after perfecting it.
 
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The SSP was a huge let down. I bought into the advertised hype and waited for ever for it. It turned out to be one of my least favorite AR triggers after I installed it 😒
 

craigos

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I can't speak for Facebook, but whenever I've emailed them they've replied relatively quickly. The reply is that there's no update, but it is a reply. One would assume they've run into manufacturing issues or something. I'm still waiting on my manners and nucleus, so it more or less doesn't matter to me. When I have all the other parts in hand..may end up having to change my order, but that is probably a few months off still.
They stopped replying on my second email and continue not to reply. .. shitty CS ... which is unusual, perhaps they dont give a crap any more
 
Jan 2, 2011
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So I just went ahead and cancelled my pre-order from Brownell's because I needed a trigger 3 weeks ago and bought a Timney CE 2-stage.

The nice lady from Brownell's stated they were supposed to receive them June 10th, but had no updates from Geissele.

Also she stated they would be receiving a quantity more than they had pre-orders. Thus they should be readily available once released.
 
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Cadex DX2 and be done with it...

While I am sure I would like the Geissele my Cadex doesnt leave wanting for anything else really....
 
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