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How to install a binary trigger?

Travis Answered question July 25, 2022
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A binary trigger is a device that can be installed in a gun to increase the firing speed. The installation process varies depending on the type of gun, so it’s best to consult with a professional gunsmith to have it installed.

Note: make sure that the gun trigger is compatible with your gun before installation.

The basic steps are:

  • remove the old trigger and pins;
  • install the new binary trigger and pins;
  • test the trigger to make sure it works properly.

Franklin Armory video instructions (manuals and install videos): https://franklinarmory.com/manuals-install-videos/

Watch this basic video for general understanding:

Be sure to follow all safety precautions when handling guns, and always consult with a professional gunsmith if you’re not familiar with how to safely handle or install a binary trigger.

Eric Answered question July 25, 2022
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To install a binary trigger, you’ll first need to remove the old trigger. Next, use a screwdriver to loosen the screws on the side of the gun where the trigger is located. Pull out the old trigger and replace it with the new one. Finally, tighten up the screws and you’re good to go!

Travis Answered question July 25, 2022
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To install a binary trigger, you will need to remove the old trigger first. There are several ways to do this, but the most common is to use a trigger tool. Once the old trigger is removed, you can install the new one by following the instructions that came with it. You may need to slightly adjust the placement of the new trigger, but it should not be difficult to do.

Note: You may need to consult a gunsmith or gun dealer for help with installation.

Aden Answered question July 25, 2022
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To install a binary trigger, you will need to remove the bolt carrier group and rear takedown pin. Once these are removed, you will be able to see the trigger pins. The binary trigger will then need to be installed in between these pins. You can then put the bolt carrier group and takedown pin back in place. Your gun should now be able to fire in both semi-automatic and binary modes.

If you have any questions about installing a binary trigger, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] We are always happy to help!

Jacki Answered question July 25, 2022

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