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The Binary trigger is just another position on the selector so you don't have to do continual double taps. I think it is more useful than bump stocks were especially for things like RPKs that have little practical value in semi auto and are extremely hard to get and prohibitively expensive in class 3 form. Binary triggers from others are in the mid $400 range and are mostly for ARs so this is just a less expensive route.
 

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Interesting tool.
I suppose it has advantages in that it does not actually buck against the assembled barrel.

Assuming that 5mm spacing is correct for a specific rivet length it may work well.

Or adjust the spacing to the rivet length used by testing the rivet forming inside trunnion and the and outside on the receiver.

After pressing it would be easy to inspect the crush on the inside of the trunnion for a satisfactory rivet head etc..

Probably a good tool for volume assembly work.
I would like to see the actual shop head end inside the receiver to evaluate how well it is crushed/formed.

I very much doubt I would be a buyer though.
 
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