Drop in bump fire trigger

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  1. Ryanxia

    Ryanxia Member

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    Anyone else seen this? Drop in 'bump fire' trigger. Let's you have semi auto and bump fire. 4.5lbs match trigger. NP3 coated. Like the Sig Sauer stabilizing brace it comes with a compliance letter from the ATF.
    I can't wait to get my hands on one. Thinking of putting it in a 'pistol' AR with the Sig stabilizing brace. I'm sure there will be a lot of people wanting one.
    Price is pretty high though.

    Video of it in action on their homepage.
    http://tacfirecon.com/

    EDIT: This trigger + belt fed AR15 upper. :D
     
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  2. lpsharp88

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    Now that is pretty dang cool! Like you said, it is expensive. Don't think I'd get one, but it sure is neat
     
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    Ya! Already put my order in for one, suppose to be sometime in the first quarter that the begin production/shipping, can't wait!

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    And while $500 is expensive, $20,000 for a register select-fire sear group is just outrageous. Thank you GWH Bush! :cuss:
     
  4. Potatohead

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    That's bad to the bone. Surely they will ban these. Hopefully one of these school shooters dont get their hands on one. how much is it? (I watched some of the vid but didnt click around the link)

    Edit: Duh I see the price now.
     
  5. lpsharp88

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    How does it work though? The website just says that it uses the force from the bolt to reset the trigger. So do you just keep the trigger pulled back?
     
  6. Robert

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    I'd much rather spend $200 on a good single stage trigger and the rest on ammo or components and be able to put every single round right where I want it. Not saying it wouldn't be fun, but it does nothing for me.
     
  7. Potatohead

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    Looks like he just holds the trigger down in the video.
     
  8. Ryanxia

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    You can see in the video he just holds the trigger down but it does actually reset. I believe it uses the force of the buffer 'slamming home' to help reset the trigger according to one review.

    Seems like it's going to be a nice trigger. I'm definitely going to try to get one to play around with it. Only thing that stinks is for now you have to use their selector switch for it to work (so I've heard) so no lefty switch for me :)
     
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    I'm not sure why the mods moved this to the rifle section as I'm more interested in it being for a pistol but oh well.
     
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    The complete lower is going for $990 here in a LGS
     
  11. Ryanxia

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    Gouge much? lol.
     
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    I have seen these in action and they look like a heck of a lot of fun. A couple of the guys at my local range were using one of these recently. Having said that, I noticed that they ran out of ammo pretty quick and had brass spread across 6 bays of shooters.
     
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    Ehhh nice and all but not for me :)
     
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    They look pretty cool. I have a bump fire stock on one of my AK's just for fun, this tac con trigger looks like it's easier to use. I'm just afraid that the ATF will do an "about face" on their decision. It wouldn't be the first time and it certainly won't be the last!

    So I guess there would be a third position? It would have a safe, semi and auto mode?

    Edit: The more I think about it, if you are dropping this trigger into a new build, check out Spike tactical. I think their lowers have markings for all three selector settings.
     
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  15. Ryanxia

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    Yes Roberts it has a 3 position selector just like the good ol days :)

    From what I've read the the ATF only did an 'about face' when the designs were drastically changed from the original prototype the company sent them for evaluation. I had the same question when the Sig stabilizing brace came out.
     
  16. Ranger Roberts

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    I'll take it!

    The only reason I mention about the ATF doing an about face is because of the Atkins Accelerator. It would suck to shell out $400 bucks to have the trigger become contraband.
     
  17. Rusty Luck

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    That is really awesome! I don't need one but I sure want one.
     
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    If I had the money I'd be all over that, and drop it into a gas-piston POF-16. It'd be an awesome combination. Expensive combo, sure, but not near as expensive as the "real deal." It'd take deep pockets to feed it on a regular basis. But if the "match grade" semi position is nice then it would still be a good/fun option even if you rarely use the "rock'n'roll" position on the selector.
     
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    Fun? Yes.

    Expensive to feed? Yes.

    Cheaper than an NFA item? You bet!

    Practical? Not particularly, at least for 99% of us.

    JMHO. :)
     
  20. Mike1234567

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    I don't need such a thing and never will. It might be fun for awhile but the cost of ammo would make the "fun factor" disappear very quickly. Semi-auto is fine with me and... from those people I've seen shooting full-auto... semi is far more accurate and "nearly" as fast. YMMV...
     
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    Uhhhh. What the heck? :scrutiny:
     
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    Maybe he was thinking of Reagan? :confused:
     
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    Could be. Some folks blamed him for the whole thing. Usually they don't know the whole story.
     
  25. KansasSasquatch

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    Semi more accurate? Probably on the majority of rifles. But that's why I mentioned a POF-16. I don't own one but I've put enough rounds through one to know that in rapid fire most people yankin on the trigger would be less accurate than a full auto (or simulated full auto system like this one) POF-16. Out of the box those rifles feel like shooting a .22lr. Recoil is almost non existent. I may just have to mention this trigger to the owner of that POF-16, I know he was interested in a Slide Fire stock, he'd probably run out and buy this.
     
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