10/22 double trigger legal issues?

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by 1stMarine, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. 1stMarine

    1stMarine New Member

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    I recently found a shop with a whole kit to give a ruger 10/22 a double trigger and trust me dumping ammo is the least of my issues. Just wondering if that has any federal legal issues.
     
  2. wjkuleck

    wjkuleck Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    What is a "double trigger," sir?

    Regards,

    Walt
     

  3. 1stMarine

    1stMarine New Member

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    Its similar to the type you would find on a paintball gun. Instead of just your trigger finger both trigger finger and middle finger are used to pull the triggger in an extremely rapid fasion.
     
  4. ACRhino

    ACRhino New Member

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    You need to look at your states gun laws to see what you can and can't do/have/possess.
     
  5. hardluk1

    hardluk1 Active Member

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    If dumping ammo is not at the top of your list Why would you want one. Sounds kind os a waste of money and time . If you want a way better trigger theres lots of parts and trigger assemblies to do that .

    Some company made a crank you twirling like a spinning reel to machine gun a .22 but again way . Not goog for any thing but dumping ammo.
     
  6. 1stMarine

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    I meant dumping ammo isn't a problem. I want it because id be able to do essentially full auto without it actually being full auto and hopefully skipping some paperwork. Plus I have a 100 rnd drum mag so yeah. Plus if it dosent work id just put it back to normal anyway.
     
  7. Rick1967

    Rick1967 Well-Known Member

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    So it would be a normal operating trigger, but just longer? Right? If so I dont see a problem. Wouldn't want one. But don't see a problem. Does it come with a longer trigger guard too?
     
  8. 1stMarine

    1stMarine New Member

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    Yep pretty much just a bit of sear work to make it the shortest pull possible, and yep it looks pretty much like a custom smithed kit so I wouldn't expect to find one easily online but if I get it ill post a pic. I really just want a gun I can go CFR on with no sore shoulder the next day.
    (p.s. CFR = Crazy f... freakin... Russian)
     
  9. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    You are still pulling the trigger once for each shot. You are just able to alternate index and middle fingers to pull the trigger faster. If wasting ammo is your thing, go for it. It should be legal in most States and legal under Federal law.