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Yep, mid to end of Feb. I was impressed with their prompt response.



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While I didn't order one this time I did back during the last sale in November. I didn't receive it until Christmas Eve. Well worth the wait imo. Be sure to grease it up once you get it in.
 
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I just ordered a couple, thanks for the heads up.

If anyone is on the fence about this trigger you need to leap off and order one. I have rifles with RRA two stage triggers, Geissele SSA, Geissele SSA-E, KAC two stage, and CMC two stage and the MBT is the best I've ever felt. It's a slight edge over the SSA-E but at this price it's a steal.




Can you provide some more information regarding a comparison to any of the Geisseles'? Interested in that the differences are.

Thanks


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Originally posted by fnforme:
I just ordered a couple, thanks for the heads up.

If anyone is on the fence about this trigger you need to leap off and order one. I have rifles with RRA two stage triggers, Geissele SSA, Geissele SSA-E, KAC two stage, and CMC two stage and the MBT is the best I've ever felt. It's a slight edge over the SSA-E but at this price it's a steal.




Can you provide some more information regarding a comparison to any of the Geisseles'? Interested in that the differences are.

Thanks


Can't compare with them but on my ArmaLite I had a ArmaLite NM trigger which was tuned superbly and was an excellent trigger.

Just to hang some meat on the bones I held and still hold first spot on a shooting challenge over on the AR15 site. I set it up a while back for AR then opened it up to all comers, all rifle types. 15 shots within 2 minutes at 100 yards, no support at all: no sling, no prone, no bench, no sticks are allowed. You may shoot from standing, sitting on ground or a chair, kneeling, but again, no prone, no leaning on a post, no elbows on the bench.

I just went out after switching the trigger and sat down and shot the thing and proceeded to beat my previous score. Shot below 3 MOA for the 15 shots.

Why?

The MBT, no question about it. And to make the point, that was after I ski-hauled all my gear in a sled up to the range so I was somewhat fatigued, not perfect conditions for best shooting. The MBT is a really phenomenal trigger.

I've never shot a Geissele but from what I have heard, LaRue has the dirk pointed at Geissele's throat.

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Has anybody seen their backordered triggers from Larue yet? Last I was told by them they were due middle to end of Feb.



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Has anybody seen their backordered triggers from Larue yet? Last I was told by them they were due middle to end of Feb.


No.

Haven't seen mine. I was told the same thing.


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LaRue has no problem keeping customers waiting...

As to knocking Geissele off the top of the mountain...

I'll just say "good luck".




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Nope, not yet. Finished my build with a different trigger.



 
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I've had a SSA-E for years but the Larue I just got last fall is lighter and more crisp by a long shot, no comparison. My geissele is in a Colt lower, Larue is in an Anderson.


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Still waiting on mine. I've got a SSA-E waiting in the drawer if it does not show up soon.


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Just called LaRue. My order was placed on Dec 31 of the sale. They got some 800 orders per day during the sale and he doesn't know what day's orders they are shipping.

He said mine shouldn't be any longer than 2-3 more weeks.

Plainly put, they had no idea how many orders they'd get and they got swamped with that $100 trigger sale.

I don't doubt it.


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It appears now that if you want to place an order and pay $200, you can get your trigger right away. Meanwhile, my triggers ordered on 12/31 are still backordered. He did tell me they just finished up orders from 12/29/15, they try to build 50 a day and would expect my order from the 31st to be filled in about a week and a half.

That's fine, timing should be about right to start a new lower.



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My 12/30 order shipped Friday and arrived last night. My order number was 305811 so this week they should ship at least 250 more. Looks great and got some good swag. Worth the wait for the price.

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I ordered on 12/31 about 500 orders after Nosigforyou. Perhaps my number is coming up in a few weeks!

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I ordered on 12/31 about 500 orders after Nosigforyou. Perhaps my number is coming up in a few weeks!

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That'd put you about 100 orders before me.

It's like waiting for a stamp Smile



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I just received e-mail notification that mine were shipped today! Ordered 12/31.

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Bunch of enablers you guys are! A nicer trigger has been on my list for quite some time. Maybe I'll get it before Christmas! Smile





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Shipped today. Now if I only had time to put some of this shit together.



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Mine shipped a couple days ago. Look to get it maybe today? Good timing as the weather has broke and I am shooting ground squirrels for coyote bait and one of my rat rifles will benefit from that new thing. I've got a MBT on my M15NM rifle and have been killing a bunch of them. It helps!


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Got my trigger this weekend. Took about a month and a half and well worth the wait! This trigger is great. It's my first "nice" trigger and I feel I made a good decision.





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