SHOT Show: Shooting The Franklin Armory Ruger 10/22 Binary Trigger (Video)

 

At SHOT Show’s Range Day we all put some rounds downrange with Franklin Armory‘s new binary trigger for the Ruger 10/22. So much fun! Frankly, a binary trigger for the 10/22 makes far more sense to me than for the other firearms Franklin makes ’em for, so I’d say it’s about time. Three-way selector, clean break and nice pull weight . . . it’s a hit.

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  1. avatar Geoff "I'm getting too old for this shit" PR says:

    “At SHOT Show’s Range Day we all put some rounds downrange with Franklin Armory‘s new binary trigger for the Ruger 10/22. So much fun! ”

    Rub it in.

    Illegal in Florida…

    1. avatar Mike V says:

      That sucks. When Florida banned bumpstocks I bought a 10/22 kit from a guy there, sucked to be that guy…then the ATF banned them for the rest of us…sucks to be the rest of us. At least binary hasn’t followed.

      1. avatar medmgr says:

        Binary triggers are here to stay unless Congress changes the law.. From the ATF ruling on Bump stocks: “While semiautomatic firearms may shoot one round when the trigger is pulled, the shooter must release the trigger before another round is fired. Even if this release results in a second shot being fired, it is as the result of a separate function of the trigger. This is also the reason that binary triggers cannot be classified as machine guns.”

        1. avatar Geoff "I'm getting too old for this shit" PR says:

          “This is also the reason that binary triggers cannot be classified as machine guns.”

          The Fed didn’t make them illegal in Florida, the state of Florida made them illegal.

          Can any of TTAG’s crack legal team verify or deny that Florida indeed can ban binaries at the drop of a hat?

  2. avatar Chris T in KY says:

    No Bump Stock!
    Now just shut up and take my money!!!
    (smile)

    1. avatar Mike V says:

      Dude, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve Googled 10/22 binary trigger, can’t wait to get one.

      1. avatar Chris T in KY says:

        Your not the only one. I’ve looked for over a year now. And 22 ammo is still very cheap.
        There are tommy gun and M249 conversion kits out there. (smile)

    2. avatar kahlil says:

      can you bump fire a semi-auto that has a binary trigger? Would the mechanics work?

      1. avatar Mike V says:

        Never tried that, honestly, keeping an AR running ok in a bumpstock was challenging enough, the 10/22 for me at least, was even trickier to bump a full mag no stop.

        1. avatar kahlil says:

          I guess the recoil of 22 LR probably really isn’t enough to bump, right? I’ve never tried it before but next time I get out to my parent’s land I plan to try on my mini-14, dump some 20 round magazines in the process. I don’t see how it would work on a binary trigger but was just curious.

        2. avatar Mike V says:

          In a bumpstock it’s just barely enough. Slidefire made a muzzle device that was supposed to increase recoil to aid cycling. Didn’t get a chance to try it before the ban.

      2. avatar jwtaylor says:

        Yes but the bullets go back in time.

  3. avatar Ian says:

    I’d want it just to get rid of the button safety on the 10/22

  4. avatar Mike V says:

    C’mon that’s the best you can do for a video?! Where’s the mag that’s meant for, 10 rds in binary makes for a frustrating tease.

  5. avatar possum and the Coons of Doom says:

    Jeremy is shore having some fun, if I was a female I’d say he’s got a cute laugh. Keep on Shootzings 👍

  6. avatar Stuck in NJ says:

    “Not for civilian sales in: CA, CT, DC, FL, HI, IA, MD, NJ, NY, RI, and WA”

    In those states, the police can use them, but for the rest of us lowly peasants, it’s “no soup for you!”

    1. avatar Mike V says:

      Wow that’s over 100 million people.

      On the flip side, think how much safer those 100 million are…you guys should count your blessings…

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