Firearms|Firearm Accessories Franklin Armory is known for its binary trigger assemblies. The Nevada based company makes binary triggers for AR’s, AK’s, 10/22s, MP5 (clones), and much more. Now, the are […]
Franklin Armory is known for its binary trigger assemblies. The Nevada based company makes binary triggers for AR’s, AK’s, 10/22s, MP5 (clones), and much more. Now, the are adding to another binary trigger to their inventory with the PC-C1.
The PC-C1 is designed for Ruger’s popular Pistol caliber carbines. Which would be the PC Charger and the PC Carbine. These Ruger PCC’s are either chambered in 9mm or .40 Cal models and accept Glock magazines. Franklin Armory’s press release announces the new binary triggers for Ruger’s PCC’s.
THE NEW PC-C1 BINARY® TRIGGER!
Minden, NV, July 4, 2021– Firearms manufacturer, Franklin Armory®, has created yet another incredible Binary® trigger. Already well known for an extensive line-up of Binary® triggers, including models for the 10/22®, AR, AK, CZ Scorpion, HK, and more… Now they have changed the game for the Ruger® PC Carbine™.
The all-new Franklin Armory® PC-C1 features a curved trigger design, with a smooth uptake and crisp break. These features improve trigger ergonomics and an overall improved feel of the PC Carbine™ trigger.
The BFSIII® PC-C1 for the Ruger® PC Carbine™ is a three-position trigger with the following functions:
Position 1 – Safe –Will not fire.
Position 2 – Semi – Fires 1 round per pull.
Position 3 – Binary® – Fires 1 round on pull and 1 round on release.
With these features, the BFSIII® PC-C1 is ideal for defensive use, range days, and giving you a competitive advantage. The trigger provides greatly reduced split times between rounds and the ability to place two separate shots into a tighter group. In addition to these features, the PC-C1 has the ability to cancel the second shot when in Binary® mode.
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Do you have a code for Franklin armory to let them know we found out about them from your blog??
No, I don’t have a code for Franklin’s armory. The knowledge is just there for everyone.
Will the PC-C1 work on the new RUGER LC CARBINE 5.7X28MM? I have one and would love to make it go binary!!!
One of the stupidest questions I’ve ever asked. The selector switch is nowhere near where it would need to be and theres no room to rotate a switch all the way around 180 degrees to go binary. Please disregard my stupidity.
I’m not sure to be honest with you my man. You would have to reach out to Franklin and see what they say.