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Old 03-11-2014, 02:41 AM   #1
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Has anyone used the Tac Trigger attachment on their AR15. I was at a local gun show a few weeks ago and purchased a few of them figuring it would be cool to have the ability to simulate full auto while at the range. I have not installed it as of yet, just wanted to know if anyone has used them or anything like it, and what are the drawbacks..... If any....


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Has anyone used the Tac Trigger attachment on their AR15. I was at a local gun show a few weeks ago and purchased a few of them figuring it would be cool to have the ability to simulate full auto while at the range. I have not installed it as of yet, just wanted to know if anyone has used them or anything like it, and what are the drawbacks..... If any....


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Installed one, but unfortunately I have not had any range time to test it yet. Dang working Saturdays!
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Installed one, but unfortunately I have not had any range time to test it yet. Dang working Saturdays!
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Pls make a video of it.
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Pls make a video of it.

😔 I will if I ever get a chance to go shoot!


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Has anyone used the Tac Trigger attachment on their AR15. I was at a local gun show a few weeks ago and purchased a few of them figuring it would be cool to have the ability to simulate full auto while at the range. I have not installed it as of yet, just wanted to know if anyone has used them or anything like it, and what are the drawbacks..... If any....


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You bought.... a few of them? They're 500$ each? What do you do for a living lol


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He's probably referring to this:

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Every trigger mounted bumpfire assist device I have ever seen, used or heard of, to include the tac trigger, hasn't been any more effective than a 50 cent thick rubber band looped through the trigger and magazine. The only bumpfire assist device that makes a really good difference is the Slide Fire, which can be made to work with a .22LR AR. I used to bumpfire a lot, and I tried a few to include the Tac Trigger, and they are a PITA to install, and flimsy enough that many will fly apart after enough rounds. Shame you didn't address this subject before you bought the Tac's.
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You ever get out and try this ? My buddy got to try someone elses at the range he said it may have been him but he could fire a mil spec trigger about as fast as it was working . He said it wasnt $500 impressive
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You ever get out and try this ? My buddy got to try someone elses at the range he said it may have been him but he could fire a mil spec trigger about as fast as it was working . He said it wasnt $500 impressive

My initial impressions..... Spend the $500 on something else. The trigger slap is very uncomfortable. And that was with me wearing gloves. :-(


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My initial impressions..... Spend the $500 on something else. The trigger slap is very uncomfortable. And that was with me wearing gloves. :-(


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I wondered about that ,but since it supposedly has a real short reset I wondered if you would even notice it . Well thanks for taking one for the team buddy .
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