Binary Triggers...........???

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  1. Sourdough

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    Do you run Binary Triggers, on you equipment......???
     
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  3. Snyper

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    They are just gimmicks that aren't worth the money.
    Gadgets can't take the place of good trigger control.
     
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  4. TMT Tactical

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    I don't see them as a gimmick but I also don' see their value. I applaud innovation in the firearms industry but for me, I will pass. First shot should do the job and a follow up shot while in full recoil, does not strike me a a good use of ammo. Now some may do a much better job of recoil control than me and then they could get a very fast secondary shot. Looking forward to hearing or the folks that use them.
     
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  5. Ystranc

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    Even though only two rounds are fired such a trigger would fall foul of UK firearms regulation putting a firearm into the same legal category as fully automatic weapons.
    The British home office takes a more conservative view of these triggers than some US states and although double tap triggers are not mentioned in guidelines the wording preventing their distribution and use is absolutely explicit.
     
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  6. Sourdough

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    Remember you don't have to put it in Binary mode. You can use the semi mode. It would be a reserve mode for special applications. For example a person who deals with many large and dangerous animals, at very close range engagement might appreciate the binary option. I have in the past had problems that could have used binary mode.
     
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  7. Snyper

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    5 shots, 1 second, no gimmicks needed.
    Rate of fire is no substitute for good shot placement.



    A binary trigger on a gun you can't control is asking for trouble.
     
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  8. TMT Tactical

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    I don't think it is a gimmick but is about as valuable as the 3 round burst of auto fire, Spray and prey. Just not my type of shooting. They should be legal for those that want it, same as the Bump stock. Do I think they are a waste o ammo, yes but to each his own. If you like them, the get one. If you don't like them, ignore them.
     
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  9. Schattentarn

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    I HAD a Fostech binary. I spent all me time "learning the trigger". Add to that the selector switch was defective and stopped the binary function. I took it off and replaced it with a $140.00 Rise , three pound , drop in. It runs like a charm. There are tons of roughly 3 pound, no creep, short pull, quick reset triggers out there to choose from.
     
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