We blogged about the two companies coming out with AR trigger systems that increase a rifles rate of fire on TFB, Military Arms Channel has an excellent review of the Franklin Armory system as well. But at SHOT we were able to get a real hands on look at the Franklin Armory booth. Franklin Armory has two different systems and they are available in one touch binary option a complete rifle or a complete lower. The difference between these two systems is that the RFS is simply that, a release trigger.
The rifle is fired and as the bolt goes to the rear, cocking the hammer back into the disconnector. When the trigger is then released, the initial description comes into play. Pull the trigger again, and the process repeats itself, thus increasing the rate of fire. Because if you are going fast enough, it has the ability to drop the hammer while the bolt is in motion, and thus ride the bolt carrier home, and not striking the firing pin with enough force, for it to strike the primer. The reps at Franklin Armory explained this problem as well. Right now ATF is on board with the product, but we all know how slippery their opinion and decision process can be sometimes.
The company has also had some trouble with the California Department of Justice, in their ruling about selling the product there. Miles Infantry Marine, based in the Midwest. Specifically interested in small arms history, development, and usage within the MENA region and Central Asia. Would rather buy a drop in trigger system, instead of a whole lower.
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