[SHOT ’17] Geissele – New Triggers, Rails And Companies

Bill Geissele of Geissele Automatics is well known in the firearms community for innovation, value and his overall support of the shooting, military and law enforcement communities. With products ranging from match-grade triggers to AR rail systems, the Geissele team builds style into products that deliver lasting performance. With the arrival of the 2017 SHOT Show, Bill has released a YouTube video that outlined new products and new companies, promising more information in the weeks to come.

I will be at their booth first thing Tuesday morning soaking up as much information as possible. Stay tuned.

New Geissele IWI Galil ACE Trigger:


New Geissele Single Stage AR Triggers:


New Geissele MK13 “Slim” Rail



NCC Lubrication Coatings Spinoff:


Abraham & Moses Spinoff:





See the complete video here:

To prove, every day, that the Golden Rule works: “Do to others as you would have them do to you” Luke 6:31.

“We Manufacture Confidence”

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.

Although designed for target shooting, the Geissele Hi-Speed trigger was found by the U.S. Military to have applications in semi-automatic sniper weapons. In 2005 Geissele Automatics received a request from the Department of Defense: “Can you build us a select-fire trigger that is as good as your Hi-Speed?” In response, Bill designed the Geissele Super Select-Fire trigger (SSF). After rigorous testing the SSF was adopted by entities in the U.S. Special Operations community and has become their trigger of choice for M4 carbine based weapons.

A derivative of the SSF trigger was developed to meet the needs of law enforcement and civilians who do not need select-fire capability. This trigger, the Super Semi-Automatic (SSA,) combines stellar performance with the safety, reliability and forgiveness for which 2 stage triggers are known.

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  • MouseGun

    Did the website’s format change, or is my IPad on the fritz?

    • Thatguy

      I noticed the same thing yesterday. I’m thinking they changed the website.

      • KestrelBike

        Seems like they changed the mobile website. I liked the older version better : (

        • Squirreltakular

          I’m digging the new one. More organized.

          • iksnilol

            I wish it said how mamy comments there are on a post

    • pweekles

      The mobile view recently changed for me.

    • Riot

      Was thinking the exact same thing.

  • Emfourty Gasmask

    The Galil has a pretty nice trigger out if the box. Not sure upgrading it will really improve on it, to be honest.

    • PK

      Geissele triggers are a world apart from the Galil ACE trigger I felt recently. If you haven’t tried any of his triggers, you ought to.

  • Joshua

    $750 for a Geissele knife….Lol no.

    • Drew Coleman

      It does come with a pretty cool sheath, but yeah that’s still a pretty penny. And yet I want one.

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      Does it interface with Geissele’s picatinny bayonet mount?

  • Rem870

    Bill Geissle has cost me a lot of money. My FNSCAR and most my AR’s have his triggers. Don’t try his triggers unless you are prepared for an addiction.

    • Squirreltakular

      Yup. Every time I feel someone else’s trigger, be it CMC, RRA, or what have you, I go, “ooh, that’s really, really nice,” but when I get back to my SSA I immediately go, “nah, nevermind.”

  • Ark

    Even by the standards of the firearms industry, the Geissle brand tax is outrageous.

    • Squirreltakular

      I can’t bring myself to buy anything from them except their triggers. The SSA is worth every penny.

  • DonDrapersAcidTrip

    I was hoping they’d have a seven sided mlok rail

  • Edeco

    Interesting knife… for ultra-premium tho I’d expect the tang to be shaved down somehow, get rid of dead weight. Also it’s a little more realistic, like if there’s force on the butt of the knife somehow, let the tang deform a little, don’t pump the force it all into the blade.

  • I’m still hoping for the rumored Geissele AUG trigger.

  • Ebby123