TFB Modification Minute: The Geissele AR-15 Rapid Fire Trigger đź‘‰

In our latest TFB Modification Minute we look at the installation of a Geissele Rapid Fire Trigger for the AR-15. It allows rapid fire shooting with a short pull, glass-like break and a fast reset.

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TFB Modification Minute’s are kindly sponsored by Brownells.



Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and Co-Director for TFBTV. He is a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially overly modified plastic handguns, precision rifles, and AR based things. You can follow Patrick on Instagram @tfbpatrick, Facebook, or contact him by email at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

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  • RSG

    As binary triggers become more popular, I wonder how long before they put one out.

  • FOC Ewe

    I’d like to try one next to a tuned JP Roller. The price point isn’t that far off and I do like the idea of a drop-in.

  • Nandor

    I’m not seeing how this is different than their S3G trigger. Just the flat face bow?

    • Cymond

      That would be a SD3G.

  • Mick

    Is that a Geissele B-GRF Rapid Fire Trigger a Brownells exclusive? I’m not seeing it on Geissele site…

    • Audie Bakerson

      Searching by the product ID fails to find any other listings so it seems like it.

      • JD

        The B-GRF is a Brownell’s exclusive trigger from Geissele.

    • FOC Ewe

      There was some forum chatter back in 14′ about it but no press/review 🤔

    • Patrick R. – Senior Writer

      Yes, it is a Brownells exclusive.

    • BravoSeven

      I was wondering the same, never seen this model before. In my opinion, all other triggers are garbage compared to Geissele. Just thought I’d throw my 2 cents in there.

  • tim burton

    Nice to see Patrick smiling

  • Bill

    Is this a competition trigger or suitable for duty use?

    • BravoSeven

      There’s a better description on the Brownell site. That might help you make a decision on comp or duty.