HiperFire Releases HiperTrain FCG Trainier

Nathan S
by Nathan S

HiperFire has released their fire control group trainer. Compatible with any trigger set (although I am sure HiperFire would prefer you use one of theirs), the HiperTrain is a trigger control demonstrator and trainer. Shooters can see the detailed movement of their trigger and compare it with the physical sensation through their trigger finger.

The HiperTrain is compatible with any standard safety/selector and AR-15 grips. It arrives with a rubber pad to capture the energy of the hammer and keep noise down. Those interested can visit HiperFire’s website and pick up the HiperTrain for $30 retail.

Full Press Release Below:

August 31, 2015: HIPERFIRE Announces Immediate Availability of the
HIPERTRAIN™ FCG Demonstrator and Trainer. HIPERTRAIN is short for HIgh PERformance TRAINer. MSR rifle competitors can use it to train their trigger finger muscle memory for matches with their match trigger group installed. MIL-operators can use it to train for mission challenge demands. And retailers can use it to show off HIPERTOUCH® trigger system features at the sales counter, or the features of any other AR FCG for that matter. The HIPERTRAIN™ demonstrator feels just like your rifles’ trigger in the shooting hand. Install the pistol grip and safety/selector of choice. The product comes with a rubber bumper already installed to catch hammer fall. MSRP is $30. Find it now at hiperfire.com. HIPERFIRE has wholesale purchase programs.
HIGH PERFORMANCE FIREARMS LLC (d.b.a. HIPERFIRE®) is a Minnesota limited
liability company organized in 2011 to design, manufacture, and sell novel products into
the MSR marketplace that satisfy the unmet needs of the more demanding recreational
and professional shooter.

Nathan S
Nathan S

One of TFB's resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR's, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.

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  • RICH RICH on Sep 04, 2015


    • Angrymike Angrymike on Sep 05, 2015

      @RICH I bet it would be, at least you wouldn't be at the range when you find out you've polished the sear to much an it goes auto. I've had it happen and got some very cockeyed looks from fellow shooters. Needless to say, that sear went into the trash and I started from scratch. This was way before all the high performance triggers were on the market, but I made that baby pretty smooth for the 80's technology....... ;)

  • Kitsuneki Kitsuneki on Sep 13, 2015

    install a barrel on it and have a singleshot peestol :D