posted on Jan, 14 2022 @ 10:43 AM
As many here know by now, I pulled a boneheaded move that ruined a rather expensive RLL. My daughter suggested I turn it into jewelry. A pre-81 NFA
wristwatch or the sort. Cool idea.
I’m looking for a replacement to use in my PDW pistol AR platform (also ruined) I discovered the Fostech Echo trigger. Also did some reading on
Franklins BFS III. Both look like reliable mechanisms for controlled pairs, and retains the select fire ability that took specially modified parts to
work with a RLL/selective fire
Anyone have experience with these?
My RDIAS is timed to a 20” upper, and I figure since I’ll be carrying this one around I will not be installing anymore $30k machineguns. The RLR
is kept in near collectible condition, so I wouldn’t want to use that for a truck gun PDW either.
I’d love to hear recommendations or warnings about the binary triggers or FRT type triggers out there
Two things I al looking for are
1) controlled shots from the unshouldered brace (won’t become an SBR for at least a year)
2) no weird trigger patterns to learn, such as bump firing
A quick note on 2… I understand there will be a time it takes to get use to fire on pull and release.
I also believe these binary triggers could be more useful than drop in conversion devices. Drop in devices, by default, give you two settings…safe
and dump your mag in 3 seconds. Not particularly useful although I’ve gotten good at 4-6 round bursts. These seem to give reliable controlled
pairs….Exactly what most defense pros suggest. Double taps. Controlled pairs
I am excited to try it out. Ordered one off Fostech earlier this AM. Will let y’all know how it turn out
edit on 1/14/2022 by JBurns
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