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BFSIII, HK, HKBFS -

Pre-order and Save 10%! The Countdown Begins      Franklin Armory™ is proud to announce we will start taking pre-orders for the BFSIII™ for HK.  Pre-Orders will start online at on Apr 28, 2017 8:00am (PT,) or you can order in person at the NRA show in Atlanta.  The BFSIII™ for HK is estimated to start shipping by the end of July.  All pre-orders receive a 10% discount. The BFSIII™ for HK is a 3-Position Trigger. In position 3 it will fire 1 round on Pull and 1 round on Release. This makes it the fastest semi-automatic trigger on the market. The...

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Check out our F-17™ X in action!  Our F-17™ Series is the Worlds first gas piston rimfire rifle.   Check out this video by Lone Star Boars taking out a hog at 100 yards!

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Check out this review by Sootch00!  He does a review on our F17-VS4 Rifle.  The worlds first piston driven rimfire.  It shoots a .17WSM @ 3000fps!     https://www.full30.com/video/bf319fb4958091566eaa407a786db3e6

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The definition of binary is “consisting of, indicating, or involving two.” That is exactly how the Franklin ArmoryBinary Firing System (BFS) operates—or not. The BFS drop-in AR-15 trigger allows a shooter to fire a round with the press of a trigger and fire a round with a release of the trigger. Priced at an MSRP of $399.99, it is a simple concept at first blush, but you really need to get your head around it since releasing the trigger is the normal procedure to reset a trigger in an AR-15 rifles or any semi-automatic firearm. From a tactical standpoint, this means you can conceivably fire two rounds down range in the time it would normally take to reset your trigger in the typical semi-automatic after one shot. Call it a double tap or two quick shots, the Franklin Armory BFS can significantly increase the rate of lead down range.

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AR15, Release Firing System, RFS -

Since varmint hunters and target shooters are always looking for a lightweight trigger, they will likely enjoy the RFS™. The pull weight is actually measured in negative numbers! Here is how it works: It features a three position selector that allows the user to switch from Mode 1 for Safe, Mode 2 for traditional Semiautomatic Mode, or Mode 3 for Release Fire Mode. In Mode 3, the firearm is not de-signed to fire on the pull stroke of the trigger. However, when the trigger is released, the hammer will fall forward and hit the firing pin. If the shooter were...

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