GUNS/RLTD Franklin Armory coming out with a binary trigger for the Ruger 10/22

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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No. Lawmakers appear not to have noticed binary triggers (yet). I have two on ARs. I can't imagine one on a .22, but hey, it might be fun.
 

AlfaMan

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Oooooohhhhh.................WANT!

And on a .22 is a good idea. "Comparatively" cheap these days, and it lays down a LOT of lead in no time flat. Something good and lightweight for ladies in the home-someone comes in and the little missus could dump a whole lot of lead in a burglar in no time flat.

Going larger, I can see an AKM with one of these triggers on it-and a drum mag attached. Serious hurt going downrange.

LIKE and WANT.
 

Marthanoir

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Oooooohhhhh.................WANT!

And on a .22 is a good idea. "Comparatively" cheap these days, and it lays down a LOT of lead in no time flat. Something good and lightweight for ladies in the home-someone comes in and the little missus could dump a whole lot of lead in a burglar in no time flat.

Going larger, I can see an AKM with one of these triggers on it-and a drum mag attached. Serious hurt going downrange.

LIKE and WANT.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iLbpZOI4SY&app=desktop
 

Earshel

Contributing Member
No. Lawmakers appear not to have noticed binary triggers (yet). I have two on ARs. I can't imagine one on a .22, but hey, it might be fun.
I have a Chiappa .22LR upper that I sometimes pair with my Franklin binary lower. It's definitely fun, and quite a lot more economical than doing the same mag dumps with 5.56.
 

Donald Shimoda

In Absentia
It's funny - I'm seriously considering selling my double action wheel gun to "upgrade" to a single action. Sort of going in the opposite direction of this.
 

Seeker22

Veteran Member
Oooooohhhhh.................WANT!

And on a .22 is a good idea. "Comparatively" cheap these days, and it lays down a LOT of lead in no time flat. Something good and lightweight for ladies in the home-someone comes in and the little missus could dump a whole lot of lead in a burglar in no time flat.

Going larger, I can see an AKM with one of these triggers on it-and a drum mag attached. Serious hurt going downrange.

LIKE and WANT.
For the ladies- but it is so much nicer to have a big gun with a barrel about the size of a 55 gallon drum for the perp to stare into, total cold, and know your training is going to get you through. Not very many perps shrink from a .22, even though it tends to tumble and scramble things nicely.

I can fan the hammer on a .45acp about that fast. And dump them in a very small diameter.
 

LawPoet

Contributing Member
I don't think I paid $300 for my Ruger 10/22. Sure, it's sexy as all heck but I could buy another back-up pistol for that price.
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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Well, it’s likely that the NRA wrote that bill. Lawmakers know less about guns than they do particle physics.
 

Publius

TB Fanatic
Gets popular enough and they will require a class three license and tax to have a rifle with one installed.
Hate to say this but somehow some nut case will be talked or programed into shooting up a place in order to remove these from the market
 

miscount

Member
If you can get the gun related purchases done. Sometime rthe gov might get funny. Don't get caught wanting something out of reach. Might get lucky and grandfathered in to gray area.
 

miscount

Member
Get a Ruger 10/22 for 200FRNs and a trigger for 269 more. Gun that spit bullets and large capacity mags good time at the range. Put a red dot on it and get on a target.
 
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