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Old 11-21-2013, 09:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Tac-Con 3MR rapid-fire non-NFA trigger for ARs (VIDEO)
NFA compliant, ATF approved!!! What do you think?
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Old 11-21-2013, 11:08 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I do want one but they are talking $500 on it. When you think about the cost of an auto and having to deal with the ATF wait and what not it doesn't seem like a bad deal though.
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Worth it to me, but if I did it I would want to change barrel on my ar, mine gets hot when rapid firing and i think a heavy duty barrel would be a wise choice, what do you all think?
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Sounds a little steep. Others will follow I think.
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Considering you'd be in at least 2 grand for a real auto I think it's pretty reasonable.
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I'm going to play devils advocate here. In what situation do you need to send that much lead down range? In a SHTF scenario you'll want to be conserving ammo. It's definitely has a cool factor to it but unless you're fighting zombies is it practical?
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Old 11-21-2013, 05:40 PM   #7 (permalink)
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The same situation where/when I shoot my AR pistol.

Kind of like doing a huge burn out in your car. It's fun.

But the only real reason I could think is for supressive fire but that can be achieved pretty well with semi auto fire.
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I posted that in the AR thread a few days ago. If i was able to afford it, it'd be for the fun factor only. I still can't tell if it's just a very short pull, or if it is firing on the pull and release of the trigger. Either way, he is switching the safety to the Auto position for some reason.
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the action of the buffer traveling back and forth is assisting the hammer.... assisting not doing for it....
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Originally Posted by Concealed 27 View Post
Worth it to me, but if I did it I would want to change barrel on my ar, mine gets hot when rapid firing and i think a heavy duty barrel would be a wise choice, what do you all think?
What kind of barrel do you have now?
a 4140? a 4150 ? a 4150 w/ mil spec tests?

machine gun steel is 41V45 CHF which is what my LWRC is.
Such barrels are becoming more and more available BUT lets not forget that the basic 4140 steel served just fine in the m1 Garand and the BAR.

So if you stay away from needless magdumps I dont see a huge problem

I predict that trigger group will be very spendy, since its much superior set up to slide fire stocks and everyone will want it before its made illegal.

its obvious ot me that it employs an internal slidefire style mechanism you cna see how his finger is moving.
So he is exerting pressure against a spring which fire a round which immediately resets the spring.
(The rate of fire seems lower than a military set-up, which is just fine with me.)

This is still legal if done the way I surmise.

I hope it will be affordable.
It would be neat to have but Most of our combat power is in semi only IMO
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