AR trigger suggestions

AR trigger suggestions

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    AR trigger suggestions

    I have a colt LE6920 and was looking to upgrade the trigger. I have done some research and I am leaning toward the geissele,either the SSA or SG2. Does anyone have experience with either or both of these? Any other options I should be weighing?
    I mostly just punch holes in paper but at some point my look into some 3 gun action as well. Not looking for a match trigger,needs to be 4#+. Will be a shtf gun as well.
    Thanks for any feedback.


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    I have the Geislle super dynamic 3 gun trigger. My favorite trigger I've ever used it shoots super fast and very crisp. Ive used it for everything including hunting awesome trigger.

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    I'm running the Geissele SSAE in my DPMS AR10. The 15 gets one next.
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    I also run a Geissele SSA in my AR15 and find it a big improvement over stock. I would not go back, it's a lot of money for a small part, but I would recommend it, it helped my grouping at 200 yards by reducing my spread from 4" to less than 3".

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    Look at the ALG (Amy Geissele) They are very good and cheaper than daddy's. ALG defense Custom triggers. If you want to spend a little money, check out the USM4 products., or Hyperfire. Wilson Combat makes a good drop in unit as well.
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    I run a Jewell trigger on my varmint AR. Also shoot some Military Service Rifle competition, so it's set at 4#. Not the easiest to get "just right", but once you get it there, it stays exactly...JUST RIGHT!
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    You could start off the low cost tune up and change the 3 spring in your with a JP kit-
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    And a adjustable grip screw to take up the pre-travel-
    Purchase AR 15 Trigger Adjuster

    There some you tube videos that will walk you thru some cheaper pre-travel tricks and general improvments too.
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    Geissele or Jewel

    the Jewel match is adjustable break and slack, it is also cheaper than the Geissele. The Geissele is much easier to install, take me like 2 minutes it will take you 5 minutes on your first one. The Jewel is a pain in the back side to install.

    For hunting,basic matches fun shooting the Geissele if you want to win matches then go for the Jewel.
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    I had the opportunity to try a Geissele SSA at an outdoors show a few weeks ago and it was wonderful. I'm going to build up a third AR from scratch (my second build), and I'll probably switch out the trigger in my Daniel Defense rifle for the SSA once I refresh my memory on AR triggers.

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