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BSFIII 22-C1 Binary Firing System For 10/22™
Style: Binary

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The Binary Firing System ™ GEN 3 (BFSIII™) is a 3-position trigger. In position 3 it fires one round on pull and one round on release, making it the fastest semi-automatic trigger on the market. This trigger is ideal for both tactical and competition use. The BFSIII™ provides greatly reduced split times between rounds, allowing for tighter groups.Trigger Operation:Position 1 – Safe –Will not firePosition 2 – Semi – Fires 1 round per pullPosition 3 – Binary – Fires 1 round on pull and 1 round on release.

FEATURES:
- Release round can be canceled by simply moving our Patent Pending selector out of Binary mode while holding the trigger back
- Easy to install
- Smooth trigger pull
- Positive reset on release phase
- Enhanced buffer springs for optimal flexibility
- Works in most 10/22® style firearms
- Great for competition shooters, tactical shooters and recreational enthusiasts.

MPN#: 5775A

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I've got a binary in a M&P 15-22.
If you don't get one before they are gone, you'll hate yourself forever, because the fastest smile comes after turning on the giggle switch, position 3!
It is the rifle that gets "borrowed" the most at the range.

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When the aftermarket trigger costs more than the rifle.... HMMM

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They’re not “cheap.” Just put a Fostech Echo in an AR and it works as advertised. Total cost (not including muzzle break/comp) just shy of $400. Not sure I want to simulate auto fire in my 20/23, but then maybe I do. While I can still buy them

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But a 10/22 is just a .22. Practice more. It’s cheap. Spend the $250 on ammo and practice shooting fast and accurate and you’ll end up a WAY better shooter than buying an overpriced mechanical gizmo that makes a really crappy machine gun.

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Another person who hates fun. The trigger sucks from the factory the BFS is an awesome upgrade and lots of fun in the 3rd position. They also have videos of people with BFS triggers outrunning machine guns in rounds per minute. Your arguement is invalid as others have stated and incredibly ignorant to the use of the BFS.

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Your premise is false. This device is not intended to make one a better shooter. Therefore your argument fails. Also, the argument is condescending and therefore I hope you shit and fall back in it.

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10/22; 20/23 is one of those Joe Biden guns

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It the .308 version of a AR-14

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