Now You Can Get LEGAL “Full-Auto” Triggers In Your AR-15!

Now You Can Get LEGAL “Full-Auto” Triggers In Your AR-15!

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You know what’s wonderful about technology?

The rate of change and pace of innovation almost ALWAYS outpaces the speed of regulators and dictators that want to oppress the people!

Here is today’s case in point:

Military Arms and The “NFA Nut Kicker!”

The guy from MilitaryArms talks about how the NFA is not only and infringement on our rights, but also COMPLETELY outdated because of today’s technology. He shows an AR-15 pistol with a short barrel, brace, and Echo trigger plus silencer. The only registered item on the gun is the silencer. Check it out:

With Modern Technology, You Can Get Basically a “Full Auto” Trigger in Your AR-15!

There’s now a number of these triggers.

Apparently, how they work is they fire when you pull the trigger AND they fire when you release the trigger.

Iraqveteran8888 says they can be best described as a mechanical “response” trigger, firing one round on the pull and one round on the release in the third position. I didn’t know this was paintball tech before it was real gun tech!

FosTech Echo Trigger

In this video, he reviews the FosTech Echo Trigger that was seen in the NFA Nut Kicker AR-15 …

Franklin Armory Binary Trigger (BFS III)

In this video Hank Strange tests/demos the Franklin Armory Binary Trigger (BFS III) in three different AR-15’s. Guns used in this video are the Smith and Wesson M&P 15-22 (22lr rifle) Stag Arms Model 9T (9mm Carbine) and the Stag Arms Model 3T-M (223 Rifle). (The 9mm rifle was the only one that had any reliability issues)

If You Want To Go Full Auto Without Spending $10,000 Or More On a “Machine Gun” These Triggers Are Your Best Choice!

The fact is that full-auto guns are super expensive.

These triggers that simulate full-auto are much, much less expensive and can do pretty much the same thing.

My only question — as always — would be reliability. But it looks like they’re pretty reliable.

What do you think?

7 COMMENTS

  1. I think this is something like a release trigger in shotguns, only combined with a normal trigger. I don’t like release triggers at all because unless you know what it is and train with it, you’ll find it to function differently than your expectations. And that is the sort of thing that causes accidents. So the owner trains and is good with it. Somebody else needs the weapon and hits his target – then sends one into the scenery as he releases the trigger. Just what we don’t want as a shooter, just what we don’t need as a law abiding movement of gun owners.
    I think for aimed fire an AR is plenty fast in semi auto mode. My two cents.

  2. Calling this binary trigger “full auto” for click bait is irresponsible and stupid. I have two Echo triggers fully prepaid on order. There is a waiting list. Stupid articles like this could get the BATFE to recall the letter of approval they have issued for this trigger group.

    • Yes, I agree, CaptTubo, The nature of the marketing ‘beast’ is always like that. But the best way to solve that problem is for The Donald to fire the ATF en masse, and get Congress to start repealing ALL gun control, especially the Mother of all Totalitarian gun control laws…the 1968 GCA and the Brady Bill, which allows ‘THEM’ to make unconstitutional laws which make potential anti-Tyranny dissidents criminals, so that they can effectively disarm a dissenting citizenry with the ’68GCA.

      Maybe disbanding the enforcement of the 1934 totalitarian agenda NFA law will go forward with Trump now that he’s on a roll by firing the FBI Surveillance State Fascist Director????

      Then we don’t have to worry about silencers, and full auto, or any other infringement on our 2//A rights?

      We gotta move fast. It could all change again as soon as 2018. California and New York are setting the paradigm for outright confiscation By test flying super draconian ownership Surveillance of ammo purchases and firearms locations tracking that can then be rapidly expanded nationwide when the totalitarian Leftists get back in.

  3. This is a good article for the “Spray and Pray” shooters only, even the US Army went to a 3 round burst instead of full auto because of waste of ammo. Too many rounds coming out of the barrel does not make a good shooter, what it makes is a sloppy shooter.

  4. I agree with Jim’s comments completely. When I pull the trigger, particularly in a “confined” environment, I want only one round fired. If in full auto I would not be firing a precisely aimed shot at a single object.

  5. I have a AR 180 sterling , some parts are compatible with the 15 & 16. Will
    this binary trigger (BFS111) fit my 180 with out to much work?

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