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In mathematics and digital electronics, a binary number is a number expressed in the base-2 numeral system or binary numeral system, which uses only two symbols: typically 0 (zero) and 1 (one).
The base-2 numeral system is a positional notation with a radix of 2. Each digit is referred to as a bit. Because of its straightforward implementation in digital electronic circuitry using logic gates, the binary system is used by almost all modern computers and computer-based devices.
Lightly used, works well, just decided it wasn't for me. Easy install, just need to swap your ejector lever from your existing trigger pack. Comes with everything that came with it originally, except the packaging.
Cash only, no trades. Meet at Oregon Rifleworks. Willing to ship for additional...
I have a used Franklin Arms Binary Trigger for the Ruger 10/22. It comes installed with the entire trigger housing as seen in the picture.
The 2 receiver pins and bolt buffer are NOT included.
12 Gauge 2 3/4" 00 Buck and Slugs
10.5 inch Ruger 556 pistol Chambered in 300blk. About 500 rounds down the barrel. This thing eats through magazines with no hiccups. Comes with
•Holosun 510 green dot sight
•Franklin armory Binary trigger
•F.A.B m-lock angled grip
•SBA 3 brace
• 8.5 inch 22 upper and 22 mag
• 3 Magpull 300 blk...
Up for sale is a new in package Frankford Arsenal AR-C1 binary trigger for an AR platform. I was going to put it into an AR9, but I am now going with a geissele. Only trade interests are a Law tactical folder, EoTech magnifier, and .223/5.56 ammo. FTF pickup available around Hillsboro area+can...
Unknown 7.5" upper with Mega Lower (Franklin Binary Trigger installed).
I have installed a Franklin Binary on there for bubblegums and giggles and to say the least, it has been entertaining.
I would estimate the round count on this to be around 1500 rnds.
Does not include the Eotech, BUIS, Charging...
I used this lower in a AR 22lr pistol range toy. Since 22lr was hard to find I barely got a chance to shoot it so I’m gonna use the funds to build other stuff.
It’s in really good condition and works just like they advertise. Not sure the exactly round count but it’s no more than a 100rds of...
Franklin binary trigger for ruger 10/22. I bought 2 of these one was installed on a newer ruger and the other on a 10 year old ruger. The new one runs flawless the old one does not function in binary mode. Sent it back to Franklin and they found that my trigger housing is out of spec. I would...
We have 2 Franklin Armory 10/22 Binary triggers in stock
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...
FYI for those of you thinking about buying the $269 Fostech echo sport trigger for the 15-22.
If you install as shown in the instructions it will not work because the 15-22 upper (or more specifically the bolt I guess) doesn’t push the trigger lock forward. It won’t fire unless the trigger...
For those of you who have been looking at binary triggers, the Fostech echo II is around $400 and franklin armory's is also expensive. Doubletap has one for around $200 but I have heard it has a heavy trigger pull (no personal experience).
The Fostech echo sport is a cheaper version that uses...
2. Not Legal?
3. Unclear and won't be established until someone goes to court for possessing one?
What i know:
1. Foster will not ship to oregon
2. Franklin does ship to oregon
3. Optics plant will not ship to oregon
4. Oregon law says 1 round per trigger press.
I noticed that franklin armory and several others do not have Oregon on the list of restricted states. I want a double tap trigger for my kriss vector but dont want to risk the ATF shooting my dog can you help me out.