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    Quote Originally Posted by moses1moses11 View Post
    It seems to be a fire on release system. Definition “one round, per pull”. If you pull then fire on release it’s okay. So short pull, short release, then fires, it’s a simply binary action. If you add an assist to the forward movement, or a toggle/ brake to release/ push forward then speed will increase.
    Have you researched binary triggers? There are several (including Franklin's) already on the market and they are not just release triggers. One shot on pull, one shot on release. A key point to the NFA exemption is the ability to apply the safety after pulling the trigger and not fire on release. They also function as normal semi triggers as well (but maybe not the one in this Reformation, just a guess).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yondering View Post
    Have you researched binary triggers? There are several (including Franklin's) already on the market and they are not just release triggers. One shot on pull, one shot on release. A key point to the NFA exemption is the ability to apply the safety after pulling the trigger and not fire on release. They also function as normal semi triggers as well (but maybe not the one in this Reformation, just a guess).
    Yes, the law states fires one bullet on the pull of the trigger=rifle. Only Firing one bullet on release= Firearm.

    In the reformation: the Safety could/might work as a decocker (pat pend part). A bump release, and a “set” to rear (on pull) would be the binary part of the new trigger system on the 3rd selector position.

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    It doesn't sound like you understand what a binary trigger is or how they are classified by law; your guess is not correct. It's easy enough to find out if you want to.

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