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    Question Is the Geisell trigger worth the bucks??

    O.K. now just my old eyes cannot see good no mo at the range today. Took the long barrel AR and my favorite shorty with a cheap Burris scope too the range. Nikon on the long barrel.
    Holy sheet did the shorty out shoot the long barrel. Shorty had the Geisell trigger. 1 inch groups at 100 yds with the shorty. Damn it is a smooth trigger, not cheap but does the job.
    Long barrel with the Nikon could not hold a candle to it. People speak of the AK needing trigger work, hell I personally thing the AR does also? What do yall think????
    Bottom Shorty in pict. is my go to I speak of. What do yall think of the Geisell??????????
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    Well, i decided to try one in one of my rifles. Now pretty much all of them have them. You can often find good savings on sales around Labor Day and Black Friday.

    Someone will chime in and tell how they polish their GI spec triggers.... but it's still not the same.
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    Was it the trigger or the upper? Try swapping and recheck your results.

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    Who said short barrels aren't accurate?not me for sure.nice grouping 4th.new spotting scope pretty good.what was it again if you don't mind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kernelkrink View Post
    Was it the trigger or the upper? Try swapping and recheck your results.
    Good question kernel I am really not sure? It was the pencil barrel I was trying out. But in assembling the lower the damn trigger was gritty as all hell. I could feel it kind of grinding when dry firing it. I should have put the Geisell trigger lower on and popped a few shots. Why didn't I think of that?

    Quote Originally Posted by stalker1 View Post
    Who said short barrels aren't accurate?not me for sure.nice grouping 4th.new spotting scope pretty good.what was it again if you don't mind?
    Centurion spotting scope stalker. Very nice for down here in Florida where long range is not much but hell it would work fine out too 500 yds. I am sure. The tripod that comes with it is junk I have to buy a much better one. Every time someone fired it was like the San Francisco earthquake looking through the scope.
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    Nice shorties. Some of my best shooters fall under the 16" mark. I've never messed with the aftermarket triggers for AR's though. Some day...maybe.
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    Good Lord, from what I've run into,,most anything is better than those gritty frigging stock triggers on AR's. My Sig is the better of the bunch, but still not up to snuff IMHO.

    I'm just to poor and broke right now to even consider a fancy trigger group though,,Damn there expensive,,any of them!!!

    Half the price of the gun for a trigger group,,,,"I Don't Think So Tim" !!! I'll slide and buck it up for now,

    and when they get real on prices,,OK

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    I installed an Anderson LPK. The trigger was like rocks. I polished it up and it smoothed out really nice. Still a little heavy so I installed a JP trigger spring kit and wow a very smooth light trigger.

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