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– Digital modes have a 1lb. trigger with mechanical feedback completely eliminated (mil-spec break in order to fire the weapon is still present, but is simply not felt by the shooter when the DigiTrigger is enabled).
-Mechanical mode has a single stage trigger with mil-spec trigger pull weight (at least 5.5 lbs. and not exceeding 8.5 lbs.).
– Fire control components are 8620HMN steel cast, precision machined, heat-treated and finished to meet or exceed mil-specs.
– Digital modes of operation require one 9Volt battery (1000+ shots after break in period).
– DigiTrigger electronic components are rated for at least 1 million firing cycles.
– DigiTrigger complements the mechanical trigger group; it DOES NOT replace it with one that requires a battery.
– DigiTrigger 1.1 & 1.2 are for recreational/commercial use only, and are not intended for military/defense applications (these and LE versions coming soon).
– DigiTrigger was engineered, manufactured, and assembled in the USA.
– System has multiple patents, and many more pending.
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Does any one have the phone number for this company

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DigiTriggers are not user installable. “To ensure reliable and safe function” you have to ship a complete lower to the factory or one of their dealers.

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Per their website: While we recommend our FREE factory installation, customers wanting to perform their own installs are welcome to do so. Please read the complete install guibefore deciding.

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Did you find the install guide? All I've come across is the shipping instructions. There's something odd that goes on with the installation of the grip, and I'm guessing that some additional milling might need to happen. It looks like the solenoid is actuating the trigger though the bolt hole on the grip.

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Thanks, that actually does answer quite a bit, more specifically that machining isn't required and anyone capable of assembling an ar should be able to put it together. The solenoid function is a little different than I was expecting.

Their "determination letter" doesn't address the specific product, so it's prime for the chopping block in the future. It's jockeying off of the binary exclusion, which I'm amazed is still valid. just watched the "can't hack" video, curious how they built in a firewall that wipes the code if you try getting in. Seems like real rudimentary programming to get it to function, pretty sure it doesn't take a "Tony Stark" level engineer to make it work. The mechanics aren't anything that special.

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2 important things. 1 it gives us hope that in the future anything can be overcome when necessary and 2, it’s equally scary. If the gov mandated this type of digital thing in the name of “safety” we’d be in trouble.

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My 2 cents on how it works (armchair engineer):

Safe: Safe
Fire: Works as a normal mil-spec trigger group, hence the wide range of pull weights.
Whatever they call the 3rd mode: The normal sear is disengaged and it relies on the disconnector to hold the trigger back. The trigger presses against an electronic switch (now has ~1lb pull) and the disconnector is extended back to the safety where it is acted on by a solenoid in the grip handle. The safety lines up with the grip handle screw (how joe bob's grip screw trigger adjuster works) so it allows for little to no receiver modification.

Interesting part of this is full auto mode with adjustable ROF is just a few lines of code away.

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Maybe I am not hearing or understanding correctly but are you saying that the there is no primary disconnecter engaging in binary / electronic mode, only the secondary?

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I thought every legal trigger system approved by ATF has to have a primary sear and secondary disconnect so that it cannot slam fire potentially into a FA scenario

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In theory, yes, but judging by the language and the diagrams of how this thing works they are bypassing the disconnect and sear in lieu of the solenoid when it is in digital mode.
How this passed atf muster I have no idea. Wait, yes I do..... it's the atf.

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This, curious how they convinced the ATF it's hack proof.

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https://youtu.be/wl6a78p31Gw

The owner explains it in the above video.

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That didn't really explain anything other than function options, and that it has a binary mode. Zilch on how this actually works.

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Maybe this will help. If not, contact DigiTrigger.

(800) 948-4105
info@digitrigger.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0kxuMT83DY

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Still doesn't explain how this is functioning mechanically, and the seem to be pretty unwilling to divulge that. Generically I understand it, safe=no boom, single=regular boom, auto=lite boom, auto+button=boom boom. The AR is a really simple platform, and I get the generics of how a mechanical binary works, but this is some other kinda juju that they are keeping on the DL.

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So I dig a little deeper and it's pretty slick, but along a hunch I had involving actuators. I'm really curious to their need to do it in house, but there are things missing from this photo. Out of respect for these guys I'll not divulge everything on here since it seems like they are trying to keep IP close to the chest, but anyone that had to write a proper term paper can find out plenty. In the right hands this could easily be hacked for not as intended purposes, so we'll see long it stays on market.

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Ahhhh I get it now. So basically it goes from a sort of milspec defensive type trigger to a 1lb trigger to a binary trigger. That's pretty dope. If I had money like that I'd try it out but I'm not in that tax bracket. Lol also I've only been shooting the AR platform for just under a year. So for me this would be a mistake waiting to happen. I'd forget which mode it was on or apparently put it on the wrong mode and for lack of a better word.....BOOM!

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And I'm sorry, there is no cure for the ARitis, and it is highly contagious. Rarely terminal, it can offer occasional reprieves for those suffering from AK syndrome. Consult your doctor about additional doses of MP5, and possible complications with Uzi.

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Not as keen on binary, but a fully pulled trigger and re-chambered round can be brought to safety on a standard semi AR without dripping the hammer. Hence it being semi. Any binary bros got experience with this?

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Perfect, thanks man, I'm gunna check it out now.

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I read the description and I still don't understand what I'm looking at? It's an electronic trigger? And what exactly does it do? Did I read it can have two different pull weights from 1lb to between 5.5 and 8.5? I'm so confused? And that price tho?

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They've got to be doing something weird to your receiver. A stock handle only has the screw connect and safety detent, so if it's doing something else there is machining going on. They're being real clandestine about this stuff.

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Riiiiiiight, that's the impression I got too. The description is so vague that there's either something that is not being mentioned or that this is boarder line legal. Or maybe I'm just overly suspicious.

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