New Geissele SSP (single stage triggers) are in stock and shipping

longshot2000

Sniper's Hide Dealer: CHARLIE'S
Feb 19, 2017
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Looks like these are finally in stock and shipping
I am Geissele fan, and a top-tier dealer/distributor. I guess the credentials me as respecting the brand. When I saw this trigger come-out, my only question was, "does the world need another trigger choice?" Especially Geissele. There is chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, chocolate chip, mint chocolate chip, chocolate brownie, chocolate cookie dough..."

I love the SSA and the SSA-E. My personal favorite is the combat flat-face. I also like LaRue. I sell both LaRue and Geissele triggers, and a small number of RRA and for special applications, LMT and KAC.

Tell me, Winny, what is the attraction from you point of view ? Honestly curious. I don't have to agree or disagree with you, but from a sales standpoint, if you show me a business case, I will order a case. I do well with trigger sales, but honestly, if it is not of the top 3 sellers, they sit in a corner.
 

Winny94

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Nov 19, 2013
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I am Geissele fan, and a top-tier dealer/distributor. I guess the credentials me as respecting the brand. When I saw this trigger come-out, my only question was, "does the world need another trigger choice?" Especially Geissele. There is chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, chocolate chip, mint chocolate chip, chocolate brownie, chocolate cookie dough..."

I love the SSA and the SSA-E. My personal favorite is the combat flat-face. I also like LaRue. I sell both LaRue and Geissele triggers, and a small number of RRA and for special applications, LMT and KAC.

Tell me, Winny, what is the attraction from you point of view ? Honestly curious. I don't have to agree or disagree with you, but from a sales standpoint, if you show me a business case, I will order a case. I do well with trigger sales, but honestly, if it is not of the top 3 sellers, they sit in a corner.
You could use that logic on any of Geissele's triggers. Simply put : the feel of other top tier triggers, but with the reliability of a milspec due to full strength springs, which is not only superior in reliability, but also, in theory, increases accuracy as a result of faster lock time. There's several videos with Bill giving a much more in depth explanation. Same as with the ssa line, but single stage
 

mijp5

Gunny Sergeant
May 7, 2009
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I own 2 Geisseles; a DMR and a SD 3 gun. The 2 are extremely different from one another and very easy to feel the difference. I tried just about every other trigger they make at the Sig Academy, and I have to say, I felt like I was wine tasting. I cannot tell the difference between an SSA, a SDE or a Tricon. Trying to make a decision based upon a written description is even more laughable
 

bigjake83

Golden Shellback
May 19, 2013
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I am Geissele fan, and a top-tier dealer/distributor. I guess the credentials me as respecting the brand. When I saw this trigger come-out, my only question was, "does the world need another trigger choice?" Especially Geissele. There is chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, chocolate chip, mint chocolate chip, chocolate brownie, chocolate cookie dough..."

I love the SSA and the SSA-E. My personal favorite is the combat flat-face. I also like LaRue. I sell both LaRue and Geissele triggers, and a small number of RRA and for special applications, LMT and KAC.

Tell me, Winny, what is the attraction from you point of view ? Honestly curious. I don't have to agree or disagree with you, but from a sales standpoint, if you show me a business case, I will order a case. I do well with trigger sales, but honestly, if it is not of the top 3 sellers, they sit in a corner.
I always see you talk about being a distributor and your a firearm manufacturer, what's the name of your company???