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« on: September 01, 2021, 01:42:14 PM »

Can a binary trigger be made for a bullpup firearm at all?

The CZ Scorpion Evo has a binary trigger available and a bullpup conversion kit, yet I contacted Franklin Armory recently and they said that their binary trigger would not be able to work in conjunction with the bullpup kit. In the Scorpion's case, the safety has to be removed from the trigger pack before it can be installed into the bullpup lower; this could be what affects the binary function of the trigger. Otherwise, the trigger could just as easily install into the bullpup lower like the stock trigger can.

I'm interested in seeing how a binary trigger would work on a bullpup, because most bullpups use a trigger rod of some sort to actuate the true trigger of the gun, and I'm wondering if it's because of this that would interfere with the binary action of such a trigger.
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