Franklin Armory BFS III Binary Trigger For Ruger 10/22 5775A
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. This trigger is ideal for having more fun than you thought was possible with your 10/22®. The ultimate .22 plinker upgrade!
Position 1 – Safe –Will not fire
Position 2 – Semi – Fires 1 round per pull
Position 3 – Binary – Fires 1 round on pull and 1 round on release
* Release round can be canceled by simply moving our Patent Pending selector out of Binary mode while holding the trigger back
* Positive reset on release phase
* Works in most 10/22® firearms
* Great for competition shooters, tactical shooters, and recreational enthusiasts
* The most fun you can have with a .22!
* Gunsmith Installation Recommended
- Not for civilian sales in CA, CT, DC, FL, HI, IA, MD, NJ, NY, RI, and WA
- In Delaware may only be used in pistol platforms.
- NEVER ALTER ANY INTERNAL COMPONENT OF THE BFS™.
- Improper installation, use, or tampering with the BFS™ will void the warranty and MAY LEAD TO UNINTENTIONAL DISCHARGE OF THE FIREARM THAT MAY LEAD TO INJURY OR EVEN DEATH.
- No refunds will be issued for triggers after installation has been attempted.
- By purchasing this product, you are accepting responsibility and liability for the serviceability of the final installation.
- AFTER THE BFS™ HAS BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT ALL USERS SEEK QUALIFIED TRAINING ON HOW TO USE THESE PRODUCTS.
Franklin Armory says this works with most 10/22's. I'm not sure I agree with that. I have two older 10/22's: one just a plain original model from the late 60's and another stainlesss steal. The BFSIII 22-C1 would not work in either of the trigger groups from these. After doing a lot of digging around on the internet, watching videos and reading forums it seems this trigger works best in a Ruger BX trigger assembly. So before giving up on this trigger, I ordered a BX trigger assembly and installed the BFSIII in it. It works in there but is still not perfect. In binary mode it will occasionally still fail to fire on trigger release. I'm hoping maybe it just needs to break in a bit. I will say this BFSIII 22-C! trigger is way too touchy and not very forgiving at all. Installation is easy (especially after doing it multiple times) and because I ended up getting a BX trigger assembly, it means I can keep my original triggers as non-binary triggers I can swap in whenever I need to take a 10/22 where the binary trigger is not allowed (ranges or other states). Overall I would probably rate this a 3.5 because it mostly works in the right trigger assembly but Franklin Armory should work to get a version specially made for older model 10/22s.
Great product and service. Definitely will be ordering with Gunprime.
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