fresh from mr.jew cuck, whats /k/'s opinion?
Why do fudds get so horned up for pseudo-FA gimmicks? I get that select-fire guns being so expensive and heavily regulated is stupid. I know that the practical difference between semi and full auto is minute. I'd love to own a $500 select fire rifle. I still don't see the appeal to these bumpfire stocks and gay triggers. They just seem like a way to burn ammo(money) faster in an attempt to impress your idiot friends while you're all circle jerking in a sand pit.
Ive used a slide fire stock on an ak, its much more controllable than bump firing the traditional way.
It does take some getting used to in that you pull the rifle away from your shoulder to fire, if your talking tactical war zone/shtf , id run it as simie auto.
They are fun and they are easy to use.
Its ok to have thing that are just fun not everything needs to be an end of days capable tool.
Whats wrong with impressing your idot frieds?
I would actually use this more like the two round burst on a kriss. Not some shitty fa knockoff
your state probably has a vague 'no devices that could mimic f/a' law. Franklin armory has been covering all of their bases as thoroughly as possible from the ATF (which dragged their feet like crazy with this device) to the state levels.
>Not for civilian sales in CA, CT, DC, IA, ND, NJ, NY,OR, or WA.
>I wonder what would happen if I combined my bump fire stock I already have with this Binary trigger?
Non-stop hammer follow. Have you even seen the videos of this thing in action? It's fine for controlled, slow, 2-round burst, but any attempt at magdumping usually has a couple light strikes because of hammer follow.
Bill Geissele's design must have been different, because the BFS was approved by the ATF.
Except these guys bring civilization to a backwards country
Mexicans, poor Syrians bring the third world to civilized countries
I'm not anti immigration overall, but it should be restricted to those who will provide long term benefit to society
What does a binary firing system feel like?
I'm guessing you could shoot, hold the trigger down, then release, I can imagine that.
But if you just naiively pull it would it be like a two round burst or a shot and an awkward second shot?
They both are different means to the same end. If I wanted to magdump reliably, I'd use a bumpfire stock. If I want to achieve faux, controlled 2-round burst, then I'd use the BFS.
In the end, both are just a way to empty magazines more quickly and send more lead down range in a shorter amount of time. If I had to choose one, I'd go with the BFS because magdumping with a bumpfire stock gets boring. At least there's some practical uses for faux 2-round burst.
>What does a binary firing system feel like?
Apparently it has a really long reset on semi-auto.
>But if you just naiively pull it would it be like a two round burst or a shot and an awkward second shot?
If you're a nogunz without proper trigger techniques, it'll probably feel just like a two round burst. If you practice good trigger techniques and aren't expecting the second shot, I'm sure it'd be awkward.
i would assume you dont know the gun has this trigger installed so you pull the trigger it fires normally at this point you release the trigger then curse as it goes off unexpectedly
There were ATF approved two shot triggers in the past. There was one for AR15s as early as 2013, and there are videos of a two shot mod for the Mini 14 from 2008.
this is bait, but...
ruger, you know they make things other than revolvers, right?
(pretty much any of the better AR manufacturers)
all of the high end 1911 manufacturers, Ed Brown, Wilson, Nighthawk, etc...
As I said in one of the earlier threads, I'd buy one in a heartbeat if my state wasn't Jew-tier.
There will probably won't be a 2nd gen version with a hammer retarder to fix the hammer riding the bolt home, since that would need a sear sensing bolt position and what not.
Whoever approved this at the ATF is going to lose their job and the ruling will be reversed. The reset isn't another trigger pull, it's simply the end of the first.
One trigger pull, one shot. This breaks that rule. Don't waste your money.
>Section 5845(b) of the NFA defines “machinegun” as “any weapon which shoots, is designed to shoot, or can be readily restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger.
>a single function of the trigger
Trigger reset is a separate function of the trigger, ATF has ruled this before. And yes I'm aware the ATF has reversed on their rulings.
>Franklin Armory is a California corporation that specializes in manufacturing quality firearms for sporting, military, and law enforcement applications.
I don't buy from Californians, ever.