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This entry was posted on February 4, 2020 by Carrie Chapman.
Franklin Armory introduced Classic Firearms to their new 22 CL and their Generation 3 Binary Firing System, and we were impressed. Check out Clint from Classic firing this system at the SHOT Show 2020 on our YouTube coverage of new firearm releases.
Clint Live Firing The 22CI Trigger
In 2015, the first Binary Firing System was released for the AR platform. Now nine models of the Binary trigger are currently available from Franklin Armory. The latest release in 2020, the Generation 3 Firing system, offers something different and intriguing. After extensive prototyping and testing, Franklin Armory adapted the Generation 3 Firing System to the Ruger 10/22 platform. Sporting an affordable price range, combined with the rifles and ammunition being inexpensive, we think these are going to be a real hit.
Franklin Armory BFSIII AR-C1 Binary Trigger
The Binary trigger system has a three-mode safety selector. The SAFE selection is Mode 1, the SEMI selection for semiautomatic is Mode 2, the BINARY selection is Mode 3. Selecting Mode 3 means that the firearm will fire one round when you pull the trigger and one round when you release the trigger.
Franklin Armory BFSIII CZ-C1 Scorpion Binary System
The Binary trigger, when firing, appears to be some sort of a machine gun feature, but it is not. The definition of a machine gun is a firearm that fires in rapid succession for as long as the trigger is held back. Firing quickly with the Binary trigger will give you a similar sensation.
Franklin Armory will begin production soon, so make sure to stay tuned! We will have a product with alert sign up options as soon as we get all the details.
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This entry was posted in General on February 4, 2020 by Carrie Chapman.
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