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Old 05-24-2005, 11:53 PM
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How 'bout them "full auto triggers"



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First off, I don't think this qualifies as a full-auto link, but if it does, please remove the thread.
I'm talking about the "bolt-on/clip-on" type triggers found at this website and other similar models.Linky, Click here.
What's the scoop on them? Do they work? Are they truely legal? etc etc.

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Old 05-25-2005, 02:44 AM
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Lightbulb manually operated

I know that the BMF sort are legal. They fall under the manually operated clause just like a Gatlin gun. They will tear up your trigger guard a bit. Sort of cheap fun though if that's what your after.

Not sure what all I was looking at on that link you provided. Seems iffy...
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Old 05-25-2005, 04:14 AM
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Thumbs down Trash.........

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A friend years ago had one of the crank type on his 10/22 and I have to admit it was fun the day we actually got it adjusted right and found some ammo that would feed through his 50 round mags. Even after all that fun, I never wanted to own one!!
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Old 05-25-2005, 09:38 AM
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A friend years ago had one of the crank type on his 10/22 and I have to admit it was fun the day we actually got it adjusted right and found some ammo that would feed through his 50 round mags. Even after all that fun, I never wanted to own one!!
Pure Junk. They mark up your gun, accuracy is non-existent, might as well rip your money in to confetti sized pieces and drop it from a cliff. Same effect.
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Legal?

Last I looked they were illegal in CA.
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Last I looked they were illegal in CA.
That is correct.
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Lame. And a Felony in California.
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I have a BMF that is probably getting close to 20 years old. It came with brass and nylon screws to attach it to trigger housing. The brass screws will mar the paint on the trigger guard. One crank of the handle will fire the rifle 4 times. Once adjusted correctly it works great. If you want any type of accuracy then you need to use a bi-pod or a bench. Do not try to shoulder or hip fire the rifle and crank the handle. Another drawback is if the handle is bumped it will fire. So always keep the safty on and the rifle unloaded until you are ready to fire. Never carry the thing loaded with the BMF installed. Also I would only use a factory barrel. The Bentz chambers might be a little tight for that type of firing. Always check your state and local laws before buying or using.
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Did anyone else notice in the Hellfire video that nobody was actually holding on to their firearm? They had a grip on the forearm and their trigger finger hands were in mid air... just the trigger finger touching. Required for that return/recoil activation.

Why on Earth would I want to buy something that requires I NOT hold my firearm firmly to shoot it? But then I'm an old fart... just old fashioned I guess. I still hold my semi auto pistols straight up and down with two hands and not sideways one-handed like all the gangsta's!
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Old 05-25-2005, 05:43 PM
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Years ago, I had a guy do a "trigger job" for me on a 10/22. As it happened, a "full auto" trigger is exactly what I ended up with. Thank God and Great Lakes Naval Training Station for safe gun handling practices. Got to admit, it was fun for about 1.7 seconds - which was the time it took to empty the magazine. Never put a guin back in the case so fast in my life. Glad the R.O. had to take a leak just then....
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That's the worst website I've ever seen. If that's any indicator of quality the products they sell must be grade-A horse****.

The only thing worse is the awful video, complete with circa 1980 porno music. Ugh.
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Old 05-25-2005, 06:58 PM
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I'd love to try them regardless of performance. $20 Is a great alternative to $5000 plus headaches even if it's not top notch.

Unfortunately in Canuckistan these are a nono and the feds don't take too kindly to any kind a trigger mechanism that isnt your finger.
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Old 05-25-2005, 08:08 PM
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Kinda what I figured. Always saw them at the local gun shows but I noticed the way they held their rifles and it made me think twice...

Just thought I'd get everyone's opinion.
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