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#1578958 - 01/06/20 07:14 AM Binary triggers Franklin Armory BFS-iii vs Fostech Echo AR-ii
AKSpraya Offline
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Who has one of these binary triggers and how do you like it?

I'm leaning towards the BFS-iii the fact that the AR-ii uses MIM parts is keeping me away I want something that is going to last

Or should I just get A Geissele or other drop in trigger?


Edited by AKSpraya (01/06/20 07:18 AM)
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#1582634 - 01/15/20 09:02 PM Re: Binary triggers Franklin Armory BFS-iii vs Fostech Echo AR-ii [Re: AKSpraya]
Execprotect Offline
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Registered: 06/22/14
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I had a BFS-iii. Ended up getting rid of it. The nieces and nephew enjoyed shooting it a ton, but that's about all it's useful for. Too complex of a design with too many small parts to be relied upon for serious use. Stick with the Geiselle or grab an $87 Larue. You can get .01 split times if you practice with a good trigger.


Edited by Execprotect (01/15/20 09:40 PM)

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#1585941 - 01/23/20 09:24 PM Re: Binary triggers Franklin Armory BFS-iii vs Fostech Echo AR-ii [Re: AKSpraya]
ChrisC Offline
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Iíve got a Franklin in my AR-45. Runs like a scalded cat and pretty decent in terms of break and weight too. Donít know if Iíd get another; as recommended above a good trigger may be better. Iím a big Hiperfire fan personally.

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