What is 3 Gun trigger?
The Geissele Super 3 Gun (S3G) is a semi-automatic, hybrid cross between a single-stage trigger and a traditional 2-stage trigger. Its robust feel and light pull weight, combined with a lightning-quick reset, make this trigger ideal for any 3 Gun competitor.
What is a super semi auto trigger?
The SSA is a non-adjustable combat trigger that is a precision two-stage trigger and allows precise and accurate trigger control. The SSA’s two-stage design allows the trigger to be light enough for accurate and precise shots, but forgiving enough for CQB.
Is a mil spec trigger single-stage?
Mil-spec triggers are single-stage triggers but have a lot of take-up due to the extended length of the sear point on the hammer.
What does E trigger mean?
Built on the chassis of the Geissele SSA, the Super Semi-Automatic Enhanced (SSA-E) provides enhanced trigger control and weapon accuracy while maintaining the robustness and reliability of our combat-proven two-stage trigger.
Is a single stage trigger better?
Single-stage triggers can be faster than two-stage triggers on a millisecond level. Most refer to this as “split times”. The time it takes to get through the added weight of the second stage is greater than pulling through a consistent single stage.
Does military use 2 stage trigger?
Since the introduction of the M16 rifle to the US Military in 1964, the single-stage trigger has been the most widely used AR trigger. This means that many first time buyers, and many military members, are familiar with single-stage over two-stage triggers.
What is a two-stage trigger?
Instead of firing as one smooth range of motion like a single-stage trigger, a two-stage trigger requires an extra pull range to facilitate firing. The trigger is pulled until the trigger pull weight changes; pulling beyond that point discharges the firearm.
What uppers do the military use?
The uppers, known as Upper Receiver Group-Improved (URG-I) were reportedly destined for U.S. Army Rangers and Special Forces. The AR-15 pattern rifle, including the M-16A2, M4A1 carbine, and civilian AR-15 share almost all key parts.