Posts Tagged ‘Geissele Automatics’

Geissele Super Precision Optic Mount – Return-To-Zero Test

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Lead Engineer Neal McKillips discusses the Geissele Super Precision Optic Mount.

They even had BE Meyers build them a special laser to test this thing out. How cool is that?

Great American Outdoor Show – Geissele Automatics

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

In addition to their vast line of triggers and forends, Geissele Automatics and ALG Defense exhibited their new line of optics mounts.


This is the Super Transition T1 Series. Obviously, it’s for the Aimpoint T1/T2 MRDS. It is machined from a single piece of 7075-T6 aluminum. It is offered in co-witness and lower 1/3 co-witness. The In addition to the Desert Dirt Color Type 3 hard coat anodizing, the mount will be available in Black Type 3 as well. The mount clamps down with 1400 lbs of force that’s to its three shear lugs. A similar mount is available for the Trijicon MRO.


They also showed me their Super Charging Handle.


Once again, manufactured from 7075-T6 aluminum with Type 3 hard coat anodizing in Black or DDC.

Geissele – New products for SHOT Show 2016

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

Geissele Automatics has given us a peak at what they’ll be releasing at SHOT Show.

They’ve been making optic mounts for a DOD customer since the Spring of this year and these mounts will be available in 2016.


There’s also a new ambidextrous charging handle and Aimpoint T1/T2 mount.


Finally, there’s an optic mount for the 50 BMG.


Bill Geissele Talks 2015 New Products

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Bill Geissele goes over the latest products for 2015 from Geissele Automatics and ALG Defense.

New Products from Geissele Automatics

Friday, January 9th, 2015

The Super Reaction Rod


The Super Reaction Rod was designed to fulfill the need of an advanced armorer who frequently works on AR15/M4 platforms with over torqued, seized or Loctited barrel nuts. The Super Reaction Rod works by pre-loading the barrel extension lugs to the lugs of the Super Reaction Rod to eliminate movement created by adding torque to the barrel nut while at the same time fixing the upper receiver in place. Having the barrel extension mated to the Super Reaction Rod lugs and fixing the upper receiver before torqueing will remove stress that could be placed on the index pin. This allows the armorer to place tremendous torque on the barrel nut to assist in breaking seized nuts loose. The Super Reaction Rod’s pre-loading system can also be removed to allow it to work just like a standard Reaction Rod, which allows upper work to be performed in a 360° both vertically, and horizontally.


Reaction Block


The Geissele Reaction Block is designed to aid in the assembly of lower receivers. Once the armorer has installed the buffer tube onto the lower; the buffer tube and lower receiver assembly can be slid into the Reaction Block at the 12, 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions. This allows the armorer to rotate the lower in 90 degree increments in the block simply by loosening the provided nylon screws, removing the lower, and sliding it back in at the desired orientation. The Reaction Block provides an ultra-stable platform for performing an array of lower receiver operations, as well as making the installation of the buffer retainer nut quick and easy. All while keeping both hands of the armorer free to work, saving both time and frustration.
MSRP: $99

Geissele Raptor Charging Handle by AXTS

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014


Yes, the AXTS Raptor is offered as an OEM product to several companies but I thought you guys who are into things Geissele would be interested. The Geissele Raptor ambidextrous charging handle by AXTS is in stock. Made in the USA from aircraft grade 7075 aluminum and mil-spec anodized.


MDM – Geissele Automatics

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014


ALG Defense has introduced a Forged Sling Swivel with QD. It will hold 850 lbs and is forged from 7075 T6 aluminum.

Bill Geissele Demonstrates the New Super Sabra Trigger for the Tavor

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Geissele Automatics’ own Bill Geissele demonstrates the new Super Sabra trigger for the Israeli Tavor. It is a derivative of the popular SSA trigger, and will have a similar pull and feel around 4.5 lbs.

That mark on Bill’s face is the exhaust from the use of the SilencerCo Saker556 suppressor. Geissele has stated that the ambidextrous ejection port was not completely seated allowing some gas to escape.

Bill Geissele