Geissele 2 Stage (G2S) Trigger

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Geissele 2 Stage (G2S) Trigger ‒ 05-145

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$ 165.00

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SKU: 9022
UPC: 854014005045
MFR#: 05-145
  • Type: 2 Stage
  • 1st Stage Weight: 2.5 lbs.
  • 2nd Stage Weight: 2.0 lbs.
  • Total Pull Weight: 4.5 lbs.
  • Adjustable: No
  • Recommended Use: Law Enforcement, Home Defense, Hunting
  • Pin Size: Mil-Spec
  • Trigger Bow Type: M4 Curved
  • Weapon Platform: AR15/AR10

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The Geissele 2 Stage (G2S) was designed to be a high quality, cost effective alternative to the SSA.  It is a 4.5 lb. non-adjustable precision combat two-stage trigger and allows precise and accurate trigger control. The G2S is manufactured from the same tool steel as the SSA. Visually, from the outside of the weapon there is no difference from the SSA and the feel and reliability is the same. The G2S however has a different way of holding the hammer pin in place. There are no laser markings, and the parts are only spot-checked for MP. The G2S Trigger will lighten the trigger pull relative to a standard trigger. This lightened trigger pull will make the firearm easier to discharge. 

SKU: 9022
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4.7 / 5.0
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Good (not awesome) trigger.
Huge step up from mil-spec. It's even a huge step up from a factory Bushmaster two stage that was formerly on my Service Rifle match gun. That being said, it's not as crisp as the SSA-E, which itself is not as crisp as the high speed National Match. It's a good buy, but for me if I had it to do again I would spring the extra for the SSA-E. Just depends on what you want to do with it. I put mine on a plinking gun, so it's a good match.
July 25, 2018
2 months ago
Totally worth the investment
Beats mil-spec by a mile. Good break and take up. Really nice 2 stage. Worth the investment
July 25, 2018
2 months ago
Go for it!
I now have 4 of these. My last build was PSA all the way...All pieces parts were sale/blem items all told I have less than $400 in the rifle...So it may seem a little over the top to put a $130 trigger in a budget build, but in mind if your trigger isn't clean and crisp, it does not matter how much you spent on your rifle! These are worth every penny, and then some! It takes about 15 minutes to install. You will have a smile the first time you use it!
The only downside is, if you have multiple AR's...You will be getting more... So you may as well load up!
July 17, 2018
Great trigger!
First geissele I’ve purchased and won’t be the last!
May 7, 2018
3 months ago
This trigger breaks exactly the same as my SSAs. For $129 on sale it's the best trigger bargain out there. If you've only shot mil-spec triggers in your AR you owe it to yourself to buy the G2S. You will be amazed. The difference is night and day.
September 3, 2016
Geissele Quality on a Budget
First off life is too short for lousy triggers. This was my first Geissele having used mil spec Rock River Match Trident and PSA nickel boron coated triggers with lighter springs and the take up screw. Everything is better than a gritty heavy (albeit reliable) Mil Spec trigger.

That said I found the G2S on sale for about a buck and a quarter and took the plunge. It is a night and day difference. If you don't like 2 stage triggers this will not float your boat but using my trigger scale I can vouch that it takes 2 lbs to get through the first stage and another two for it to break (crisply I might add) making it feel much lighter than the RRA 4 lbs trigger which takes 4 lbs to break in the second stage.

I mainly hunt and while I have occassionally taken snap shots 99 percent are "take your time and wait for the shot" scenarios where a GOOD 2 stage can be very useful. You set up squeeze through the first stage and breathe knowing it will break when you tell it to. If the shot doesn't show or you get tired or nervous enough worries let it back off and wait until you are ready.

My 300 Blackout has a 4 lbs trigger from Trident. It is a single stage trigger with no creep and a crisp break. I love it! Although if I could do over I'd take the 3 lbs trigger. I bought the hype that 3 pounds is too light for a field rifle. Well ok if I plan to got into battle sure maybe I'd throw a polished mil spec trigger back in but for deer or coyote management 3 lbs. is plenty heavy!

Another gun has the PSA budget trigger with he Nick Taylor springs and set screw. With sales you can get a new grit-and-creep-free trigger with a 4.5-5 lbs break in your gun for about $50 that competes favorably with any good single stage triggers.

But if you want more precision longer shots or just like to shake it up 2 stage is the way to go and Geissele in my myopic view is the king of the 2 Stage arena. This is their low end model and it shames my mother rifles. Beautiful trigger in every way. I've read of QC issues in some--they are spot checked instead of each unit getting an individual once over. But the name means something. I'd suggest if you get one that fails to meet your discriminating tastes send it back to Geissele or at least give him a call to work it out. Mine came flawless. A little hard on the arthritis to install but by no means difficult. Find one on sale. Buy it. Shoot it. Love it.
July 27, 2016

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