AR-15 owners are probably well-aware of Geissele’s triggers—they’re some of the best in the game. This year they’ve released their Tavor Super Sabra trigger pack and Lightning bow, which makes the Israeli bullpup shoot even faster than it points. Dave Bahde wrote a review for us previously on the pack and bow, and loved them. Last week’s Big 3 East was my first opportunity to try it myself, however, and now I understand the hype.
The Super Sabra pack can be adjusted to break at 5.5 to 7.5 pounds, much less than the stock pack’s 11-pound weight. The bow reduces the trigger’s pre-travel. The packs list for $350 and the bows for $99. Packs go quickly whenever they’re listed at retailers, and bows should be hitting online shelves very soon.
ALG Defense, Geissele’s sister company, has been showing off their AK trigger since SHOT Show. After putting several hundred rounds downrange with it, I have to report that the trigger is simply stunning—it just doesn’t feel like a typical AK trigger. It brings the feel of an AR-15 “race gun” to the AK. Production versions of the trigger will retail for only $49 (for the basic model) and $75 (for a nickel boron coated model) and have pull weights at about 4.5 to five pounds. They should be available within the next several weeks.
ALG’s 6 Second Mount was designed for counter-terrorist forces who have to rely upon handguns as their primary weapon system. The mount is designed for Gen 3 Glock 17s, 22s, 24s, 31s, 34s, and 35s. It attaches to a pistol’s forward Picatinny rail and wraps back above the slide, so the operator can mount a dot like the Aimpoint Micro securely to the firearm. They’re made from 6061-T6 aluminum and the base black model will retail for $250.
Images by Matt Korovesis