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Franklin B. Ware (1873–May 3, 1945) was an American architect, best known for serving as the state architect of New York from 1907 to 1912.
He was born in New York City in 1873, and received a degree in architecture from Columbia University in 1894. He entered practice with his father and brother in 1900 under the name James E. Ware and Sons. From 1901 to 1905, he was on the New York City Board of Aldermen. From 1907 to 1912, he served as State architect of New York. His father died in 1918, and he continued in practice with his brother. In addition to designing the White Plains Armory while State architect, in private practice his partnership designed the Huntington Gymnasium at Colgate University; Baggs Park Museum and Grace Church at Utica, New York; United States Post Office at Ossining, New York; buildings at Marymount University, Tarrytown, New York; the Grant Avenue Presbyterian Church, Plainfield, New Jersey; and a number of private residences in New York and New Jersey. While in practice with his father, they designed City and Suburban Homes Company's First Avenue Estate Historic District, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
I installed these new components in my old aluminum trigger assembly yesterday and had some problems. The gun would not fire in the binary position. When I finished the installation I had a leftover spring even though I followed the instructions. It was the new trigger return spring. I installed...
my safety selector while installed not engaging the selector switch ..
When screwed in it moves freely no resistance between safe and fire, will not engage binary
Any one have one of these you can post pics up or have this issue with install?
Franklin Armory Binary Trigger for Ruger's 10/22. 3 position selectable trigger system sale, semi and binary (fires on pull and release). Most fun you can have with a .22. $329 shipped. Venmo, USPS Money Order, Visa/MC (+3.75% that's what I pay
I'm looking to buy a Franklin armory binary trigger for a CZ Scorpion Evo 3. I have a buddy with a bone stock firearm that needs souping up. These are sold out pretty much everywhere so willing to pay somewhat of a premium. Curved or straight bow is fine. Let me know what you have. Also looking...
I have a Franklin Armory binary trigger for the AR-15 for sale. I purchased this bad boy new, installed it, finally took it out to the the range and put two mags through it. Works fine no issues, but I prefer the Geissele trigger I originally had in the rifle. It'll come with...
If you are here, you know what this is. Brand new in box binary gen 3 Franklin armory AK trigger. These are sold out with a 5 month backorder on franklin armory website...that's if bi-dumb doesnt ban them first. 600 cash. Its 500 plus 25 bucks shipping online...I deserve a little something for...
Brand new in the box never opened. 275.00 cash price. Will trade for .223/5.56 ammo if the deal is fair. Other trades considered. Willing to ad funds on my end if needed. Face to face transaction in the Eugene / Springfield area.
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...
My first posting ever. Just purchased a binary trigger (22-C1) from my local gun shop.......$299.00. Spent most of the day trouble shooting, tearing down, re-installing etc.
I’ve owned firearms since 12 y/o, and have owned several Ruger 10/22’s. A simple and dependable rifle that is easy to...
I am selling my H&K SP5 in 9mm. It is like new in box with only 30 rounds through it.
It has the Franklin armory binary trigger pack and it is a blast to shoot it feels like almost full auto speeds.
It also has the HK PDW brace that slides in and out like a traditional mp5 stock.
It has all...
Franklin Armory BSF3 Binary Trigger for AR15 etc.
200 rounds at most on this...
This was in my MPX when I bought it, , and from what I understand this is the best trigger for MPX.
Being that the MPX doesn’t use an AR buffer springs It doesn’t come with any, but *IF* you need...
I want to upgrade from Lee Precision Safety Measure. It isn't bad as it throws semi-consistanttly +/- .5 grains, or thereabouts but its plastic. I like the fact, FA can be mounted on the side of a table but I'm not going to buy it for the mount. I picked these two because they're less expensive...
Does anyone have a Franklin Armory 17 wsm in the Fv4 type that is with the A2 stock, was wondering how it works and how they like it. have read the early issues with the rifle but wondering about the latest version of the rifle. Thanks for any comments, sorry about the spelling on the first post...
For those that want to be at the front of the line the distributor wants cash in hand now. Expected now late August. Franklin Armory PRE-ORDER Franklin Armory BFSIII 22-C1 Binary Firing System III Trigger - For 10/22® Platforms | Lucky Sporting Goods, LLC
I will wrangle them to toss something...
It is now a SBS, but not an NFA SBS.
Once again, the ATF winging it as they go. This is such a new category that the ATF doesn't have the procedures or forms/etc., for how these should be transferred.