Geissele Automatics was established in 2004 and has established a reputation for excellence. Geissele is known for producing the highest quality AR-15 and modern sporting rifle components from triggers to handguards, and everything in between. Shop our selection of Geissele triggers, rails, charging handles, and much more right here at Geissel Triggers Shop. Geissele Triggers for sale online. We are weapons makers, a subsidiary company of Geissele Automatics, that aims to provide customers with a convenient place to buy geissele triggers, geissele changing handles, geissele optics, geissele supper duty rifles and pistols, geissele upper receiver groups, geissele super modular rails online and to buy geissele gears online. We strive for the best customer service, not just in the firearms industry, but the best customer service period. This company was founded to provide our Geissele family(customers) with the means to be able to buy directly from Geissele Automatics(that is from triggers, super duty rifles and pistols, gear, optics, changing handles and many more) to be able to defend themselves and their families properly when law enforcement cannot respond quickly enough. or for sporting. Buy Geissele Triggers Online, Buy Geissele Rifles Online, But Geissele Optics Online, Buy Geissel Upper Receiver Groups Online.

So, why do geissele triggers matter?

Actually, someone will say triggers do not matter – yes! but that is, if you are shooting out of a machine rest, or are just into making expensive noise (without aim). But if your mission is to hit the target, precisions, then geissele triggers are the single most important component triggers for your gun(s). Why? Because what stands between you and making the shot is the trigger. Imagine your own shooting process, to make the shot you are dividing your attention as needed between the target and your sight system, when the solution presents you want to fire at that instant.

However, the trigger stands between you and that hit. To whatever degree the trigger requires you to manage it – dealing with creep, grunge, staging, or just a heavy long pull – your attention is pulled away from the target and your sight alignment – this costs you time – which you don’t have to waste. This is true for all types of shooting, from the ultra-precision benchrest or varmint shooter to the hunter or sniper, and of course the assaulter or defensive shooter. It’s all about hitting with whatever precision is required, as quickly as possible.

What Makes A Trigger Bad?

Really, a bad trigger is one you notice when you are trying to make your shot. Think about forcing yourself to make a really tough shot with a trigger that feels like a Sears staple gun, you know the type. To shoot that crummy trigger well you’ll have to shift a large part of your attention – your mental focus – away from your sight and target and onto trigger control – while you slowly struggle through distractions caused by the crummy trigger action – taking care (and time) not to flinch at each bump on the road of a long gritty trigger, or have an Accidental Discharge while you are fishing for the second stage of a two-stage trigger.  It’s not that you can’t make an accurate shot with a bad trigger; it’s that it takes you longer and your target may not stick around – or worse.

What Makes A Trigger Great?

A great trigger is great because of what it’s not – distracting. A great trigger is almost invisible. It is noticed after the fact, after the shot – because during the shot there was nothing to notice. You knew you had your finger on the trigger and were at the engagement point (which is why you want a light 1911-like, take-up). Once there your attention is focused on your sight placement as your finger adds weight to the trigger. A great trigger reports nothing of its internal doings to your trigger finger. You add weight, the trigger stays mute – you feel no trigger mechanicals – the guns fire with a surprise break. Only then, after the fact do you say to yourself, “wow, that’s a really great trigger.”


For a long time, Geissele has been a name well known in the firearms industry for creating quality products for your guns.  Delta team Tactical is proud to offer some of their products to help you take your AR-15 build to the next level.  The Geissele Mission is: To prove, every day, that the Golden Rule works: “Do to others as you would have them do to you” Luke 6:31.  For the competitive shooter: Geissele Automatics was established in 2004 as a manufacturer of trigger mechanisms for the AR15 rifle. Our first trigger, the Hi-Speed National Match, was designed by our Founder, Bill Geissele, for CMP and NRA Hi-Power Rifle competition. 

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Geissele Automatics is proud to offer a 10% discount on the select products to all active duty United States military personnel, active duty Law Enforcement Officers, active First Responders, and US Veterans. To request the discount, please use the contact form below or email your credentials at sales@geisseletriggers.com. In order to verify your status to apply the discount to your account we will request the following:

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