Which distributors sell Geissele Automatics triggers?
The full line of Geissele Automatics's triggers is available from the following distributors:
B&M Tactical Firearms
Battle Arms Development
Bravo Company USA
Chattahoochee Gun Works, LLC
Compass Lake Engineering
King Shooters Supply
Lexington Firearms & Gun Works, LLC
Michigan Police Equipment Co.
Mid-South Tactical Network
Palmetto State Armory
Primary Arms (www.primaryarms.com)
Primary Weapons Systems
Strategic Tactical Response
Tanner's Sport Center
White Oak Armament
Do Geissele triggers work in AR-10s?
Yes. All of our triggers work in mil-spec lower receivers.
How do I become a dealer for Geissele Automatics's products?
Prospective dealers should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
along with a copy of their Federal Firearms License. We will send you a Dealer Order Worksheet with dealer pricing information.
Is there a minimum order quantity necessary to become a dealer?
No. Dealers are not required to place minimum orders.
What trigger do you recommend for use in CMP and NRA service rifle matches?
The Hi-Speed National Match Service Rifle Trigger, part number 05-130. If you have a large pin receiver, the large pin version is the one to get. The Service Rifle trigger is designed to meet the minimum trigger pull weight of at least 4.5 lb as required by the match rules for the service rifle category.
What is the red grease you supply with your triggers? It works great and I'd like to get a supply of it.
The red grease we use is Mobil 28.