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    Default Re: Questions about FRT15, binary triggers...

    Quote Originally Posted by ExFlyinguy View Post
    I would without hesitation use my BFS trigger in a defensive situation, after watching that guy's video, and reading many other reviews there is no way in hell I would trust this trigger. The company won't even warranty them



    I saw one today listed in our classifieds
    Havent decided which way to go TBH. Leaning towards the Echo 2 sport just for price (rest of the build is already topping $1100)

    I saw that one in the classifieds...he wants $40 more than they run new...I’ll wait til they release the FRT9 later this year if im going to spend that much money

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    Default Re: Questions about FRT15, binary triggers...

    I just learned about this Philly company selling 80% binary trigger. I haven't yet done much research for price, reviews etc.
    In The Field Defense is a Philadelphia, PA-based company.
    https://inthefielddefenses.com/

    I always like to support the home team when I can & might look into picking one up.

    With regards to the Rare breed FRT - I'm actually starting to warm up to it a bit. Probably it's just my strong desire to give Uncle Sammy a big "Fuck You" when I can.



    "It seems that the Constitution is more or less guidelines than actual rules"
    My feedback: http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=305685

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    Default Re: Questions about FRT15, binary triggers...

    I like that idea...but for same price i can buy the EchoII sport and have fostech install/test it called them and asked about compatibility with my receiver set and they said they’ve never tested so i can send it to them for R&D once i buy the trigger.

    I still kinda want the FRT, if only for the same reason you mentioned because buck fiden thats why

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