Geissele is synonymous with great craftsmanship, quality, and a premium price point when it comes to their rifles, rifle parts, and optic mounts. I am personally a fan of their triggers. I currently use two of them in rifle builds I have. Recently, I was on there website and noticed they have released some new products.
Geissele Automatics is synonymous with great craftsmanship, quality, and a premium price point when it comes to their rifles, rifle parts, and optic mounts. I am personally a fan of their triggers. I currently use two of them in rifle builds I have. Recently, I was on there website and noticed they have released some new products. The new rifle parts on display from Geissele could be used on your next rifle build or replacing some items on your current one.
The new products from Geissele are the super configurable safety with dog levers, buffer and spring combos, and new lower parts kits configurations. Below, we be a description of the product and price point.
Geissele Super Configurable Safety With Dog Levers
Geissele explains the benefit of their new super configurable safety:
The Dog-Leg Levers are designed so that the operator can engage the safety mechanism without breaking or adjusting their grip. The angles of the Dog-Leg Levers also make it feel like a short-throw safety, while maintaining the full 90-degree turn of engagement. The Dog-Leg Levers are available in right-handed and left-handed models.
The new super configurable safety comes in at $75 dollars on their website.
Buffer And Spring Combos
Geissele is releasing buffer and spring combos in H1, H2, H3. Geissele’s new buffer combos nice it comes with their enhanced Super 42 buffer spring in carbine length buffer tubes. Geissele is also selling the buffer and spring combos with tube, castle nut and end plate.
Geissele describes there Super 42 buffer and spring as:
The Geissele Super 42 Spring was designed to improve the function and reliability of your AR-15 pattern rifle. Its unique spring design uses three independent strands of wire, just like the German MG42 Machine Gun. This concept acts as a harmonic damper and energy absorber by allowing the springs to flex separately from each other. This flex helps displace excess energy which decreases the chance of spring failure and assists with making your AR-15 more reliable.
The H1, H2, and H3 combos comes in at $65, $82, $99 dollars respectively. The buffer and spring combo with tube comes in at $110, $127, $144.
Lower Parts Kits
Geissele has always had two a basic lower parts kits. One was just a parts kits minus the grip and one with grip. Both coming in at reasonable price point. Now, they have added two super duty lower part kits and ultra duty parts kits. Made with high-quality parts from Geissele.
The Super Duty comes in at $89 and the Ultra Duty at $129.
I know many may be saying all these rifle parts are on the expensive side. Part of me agrees with that assessment. Yet, when it comes to quality you get what you pay for. My grandmother always said, “To buy high-quality and craftsmanship cause you know it will last.” Which means you have to pay a little bit more for that quality and craftsmanship. With Geissele you know that you are getting quality parts so it’s worth the price in my book.
What do you think of Geissele’s new rifle parts? Let me know in the comments below.
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