Franklin Armory Binary Trigger 10/22 INOPERATIVE

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Optics Planet strikes again.

Cant recommend Highline enough. My franklin for an AR came from there.
Thank you for the kind words. We sold 2 Franklins yesterday. Have more inbound

I ordered one on October 18th at Optic's Planet. Haven't got it yet. The order is "Processing", expected to ship February 4th.?.?.?
Shoulda bought one through Highline directly.
Possibly FA are reworking the bugs out.
Im sorry to hear about the long wait. Sounds like they let you place an order for a product they don't have or don't even have inbound. We do have one Franklin 10/22 Trigger left in stock if you want to cancel your Optics Planet order and get one before February. :cool:
 
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Thank you for the kind words. We sold 2 Franklins yesterday. Have more inbound



Im sorry to hear about the long wait. Sounds like they let you place an order for a product they don't have or don't even have inbound. We do have one Franklin 10/22 Trigger left in stock if you want to cancel your Optics Planet order and get one before February. :cool:
Ill buy it if still availible?!
 
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I just read through this thread. I was really shocked to hear a couple of you were having issues with the 10-22 Binary by Franklin. I ordered mine from BUDK, had it in 4 days and installed and test fired on day 5. I couldn’t be happier. I will say though that my trigger group and housing was all stock before the install and it sounds like those of you having issues had the upgraded aluminum housing. I’m not sure if that’s still an issue but I can say that my trigger works flawlessly. I’ve had it out 4-5 times and run several mags through it. I do have an upgraded bolt as well as the eagle talon extractor from TK. The combination of these three makes this a really satisfying shoot. Anyway, in stock at BUDK. Cheers, gents! :s0048:

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gryghin

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@Comanche I have a Ruger Charger pistol with the grey aluminum trigger housing. This one is only 2 position after installing the Franklin Binary - Safe and Binary. I'm ok with this.

The other 4 that I've installed, 3 had zero issues and were the plastic/polymer housing. I had an older metal housing trigger that just wouldn't work. Switched to a BX trigger housing and no issues since.

From direct observation, it seems that there are tolerance differences between the metal and plastic/polymer which cause the Franklin Binary not work correctly in the metal housing.
 

gryghin

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I decided to live the 2 position life because that Ruger Charger looks good with the matt silver finish. I also have the original wood frame that came with this charger and that color combo looks great. 38019.jpeg

The other old metal housing was on a Butler Creek Folder so switching to BX trigger housing was no issue.
 
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I don’t think I’ve ever seen that matte silver on one. It’s almost a battleship gray. Looks pretty tough. Having that floated barrel is ideal for running that binary I bet. :s0048:Nicely done.
 

GrayGoose

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On FA's website, there is this statement:
"Due to a possible variance in tolerances some trigger housings may not function with the 22-C1."

So, I emailed them asking about this issue and whether there is a known serial number range that may/may not work, and their response was:
"There is not a serial number range. We do plan on releasing our own housing for the 22-C1 in 8-10 weeks. You can sign up for our newsletter to receive an alert when we have them available."

I think I'll await their new trigger housing before plunging $300 for a trigger that "may not function".
 
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On FA's website, there is this statement:
"Due to a possible variance in tolerances some trigger housings may not function with the 22-C1."

So, I emailed them asking about this issue and whether there is a known serial number range that may/may not work, and their response was:
"There is not a serial number range. We do plan on releasing our own housing for the 22-C1 in 8-10 weeks. You can sign up for our newsletter to receive an alert when we have them available."

I think I'll await their new trigger housing before plunging $300 for a trigger that "may not function".
As it stands the OEM and BX triggers work great it seems but if you’re looking for aluminum sounds like waiting for their kit is the way to go.
 
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I had a similar issue except when i was installing the C1 into the Pike Arms aluminum housing it simply would not fit due to size differences. Now that I have installed it into the plastic original housing and shot the gun im getting constant jams, ie double feeds, failed ejections and the bolt seems to actually damage the ammunition. none of this happened before with the original trigger system. pretty frustrating. if you have a solution let me know. thanks.
 

gryghin

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I had a similar issue except when i was installing the C1 into the Pike Arms aluminum housing it simply would not fit due to size differences. Now that I have installed it into the plastic original housing and shot the gun im getting constant jams, ie double feeds, failed ejections and the bolt seems to actually damage the ammunition. none of this happened before with the original trigger system. pretty frustrating. if you have a solution let me know. thanks.
So, everything is back to Ruger OEM except the BFS C1?

These things are easy to take apart. I'd remove the bolt, charging handle and trigger. Then completely wipe out the receiver. Clean all the parts and lightly oil then reinstall.

Oh, and welcome to the forum. I grew up in the Low Country and still have family back there. Love it there but that food would have killed me already.
 

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