Geissele Super Sabra Tavor Trigger

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posted on February 19, 2015
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Designed as a drop-in replacement for the IWI Tavor bullpup rifle, Geissele’s modular, two-stage Super Sabra trigger offers improvements in materials, fit and pull weight. Installation is easily accomplished without tools using the factory pins, and the Super Sabra features a first-stage adjustment that allows the user to tune the distribution of forces between the two stages without compromising the total pull weight. The trigger’s housing is CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aluminum that is hard-coat anodized and dimensioned to eliminate mechanical play within the gun’s stock. Internal components are made of S7 tool steel with a nitride finish for durability and longevity. Price: $350. Contact: Geissele Automatics, 800 North Wales Road, North Wales, PA 19454; (610) 272-2060; geissele.com.

 

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