Ever since I first bought an AR-15, I’ve wanted a fire selector switch that went “all the way to 11.” There’s something amazingly fun about firing as many small bits of lead as fast as mechanically possible and the grin it puts on people’s faces is astounding. Now, TacCon has come out with a trigger that (according to sources) when placed in the “3rd” mode, uses the force of the buffer slamming home to assist in resetting the trigger. Fast. It’s kind of like a bumpfire stock in that you’re still pulling the trigger for each round, but the gun is helping you out a bit. Each trigger ships with a letter from the ATF proclaiming its legality and, needless to say, we’ve asked to be put on the list for one. Stay tuned.