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  1. #1
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    Default A tip from me to you - Franklin binary trigger in MPX

    Just installed the binary trigger from Franklin armory in my mpx. When installing in an mpx only the factory mpx hammer will pass the function test. If you use the one included in the kit for arís it hangs up and will not fire second shot. Hope this helps anyone who might struggle with this in the future.

    Thanks,
    Joe
    Last edited by Noah_Zark; May 22nd, 2018 at 07:09 PM. Reason: Added info to title for clarification and searchability. NZ

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    Default Re: A tip from me to you

    have you contacted franklin armory about this?
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    Default Re: A tip from me to you - Franklin binary trigger in MPX

    Sure did, was the end of the day so I will await reply from them. Thanks

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    Default Re: A tip from me to you - Franklin binary trigger in MPX

    Itís well known that a lot of triggers donít work properly In the mpx. Itís also well know. That if they do it may not for long as the mpx is a bit abusive on hammers

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    Default Re: A tip from me to you - Franklin binary trigger in MPX

    Quote Originally Posted by NathanB View Post
    Itís well known that a lot of triggers donít work properly In the mpx. Itís also well know. That if they do it may not for long as the mpx is a bit abusive on hammers
    Heard that too, and those binary triggers are too costly for me to subject to the abuse. Hell I even heard Geissele won't warranty their trigger if used in the MPX which says a lot. *NOTE: I didn't see this directly from Geissele but many folks have stated it in MPX threads that I visit

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    Default Re: A tip from me to you - Franklin binary trigger in MPX

    i just saw this video the other day i'm looking at the Elftmann for a PA10 I'm working on
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qx9UTxfwtG0&t=398s

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    Default Re: A tip from me to you - Franklin binary trigger in MPX

    Quote Originally Posted by NathanB View Post
    It’s well known that a lot of triggers don’t work properly In the mpx. It’s also well know. That if they do it may not for long as the mpx is a bit abusive on hammers
    I first tried the Fostech Echo in my Gen 2 MPX, and that wont work. Apparently there was a Gen 1 Fostech trigger that works in a Gen 1 MPX, but the new Fostech Echo does not work in the Gen 2 MPX. Installed the Franklin with the supplied hammer and it works fine.

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