The Double tap binary trigger set includes the trigger, hammer, disconnector, safety selector, safety selector detent spring as well as the trigger and hammer springs. The safety selector that this trigger mechanism comes with is not ambidextrous. The disconnector is made by laser cutting. The trigger and hammer are made by investment casting and final CNC machining. All the three parts are heat treated and phosphated.
Unlike the conventional triggers which fire upon trigger pull, binary trigger systems fire both when the trigger is pulled and released. The advantages of such systems are that the user can make a fairly quick two shots (double tap) by pulling and releasing the trigger. In general, the semi-auto fire using a binary trigger will be twice as fast as your shooting speed with a normal trigger. This system also complies with the legislation and doesn’t change the semi-auto status of the firearm.
Double Tap Arms binary trigger for the above mentioned Brugger & Thomet firearms is available through the manufacturer’s website at $199.99. The shipping has started from December 11th, 2017.