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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptRex View Post
    Thanks for the confirmation... that was my understanding also that the FA selector was proprietary so you could not use a 3 position HK selector as a replacement.
    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/SEF-...le-5p18065.htm

    This might work. Don't use the barrel provided in this kit; screw the selectors to the BFS barrel, and locktite them.
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    No, the HKParts levers in the link above won't work with the BFS selector shaft. The BFS selector shaft face has a raised half-moon to engage the lever; the HKParts levers engage a narrow raised lug across the middle of the shaft's face. Unfortunately, I can't post a photo to illustrate. IMO, those levers can't be modified for use with the BFS, there would not be a lot of material to engage the shaft and the lever would not be fully supported and stable. If someone proves me wrong, however, I'm not going to complain.

    By way of transparency, I'm currently a manager for FA.

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    Hated the Safety levers that came with it, so I worked them over.

    Franklin Armory BFSIII HK-C1 Binary Trigger Overview-img_2173.jpg

    and had to really shorten the right side..

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    pre paint.

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    ^^Nice work! Dremel?

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    what's the point they will be going the same route as the bump stock soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickys2 View Post
    what's the point they will be going the same route as the bump stock soon.
    Franklin Armory BFSIII HK-C1 Binary Trigger Overview-raw.png

    First of all, how dare you. For BATFE to completely ignore the mechanics of a bump stock and classify it as a "machine gun" because it makes someone pew-pew faster is outrageous and is being challenged by the Gun Owners of America. Machine guns have always been defined as

    any weapon which shoots, is designed to shoot, or can be readily restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger.
    Bump stocks never fit that description. Binary triggers took advantage of the wording, since the second shot is fired when the trigger is released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat_McNasty View Post
    Hated the Safety levers that came with it, so I worked them over.

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    and had to really shorten the right side..

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    Nice job. One would think that Franklin Armory could easily make a shorter selector lever especially given all the negative feedback the current selector switch is getting.

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    Unfortunately, not very easily or economically at this point as far as I'm aware.

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    $400 used an OK deal? local guy has one for sale. said he put about 500 rounds through it. any word of a gen 2? maybe ill hold off until shot show

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knicks View Post
    $400 used an OK deal? local guy has one for sale. said he put about 500 rounds through it. any word of a gen 2? maybe ill hold off until shot show
    Yes $400 is a good price considering they run new for around $500.

    If you can get it for $400 with the needed parts then Id say thats an even better deal.

    Im not sure about there being a Gen2 and if there were I could see the only real change being the safety selector.

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