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Author Topic: Tac-con 3MR Vs. Fostec Echo  (Read 3508 times)


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Tac-con 3MR Vs. Fostec Echo
« on: September 29, 2018, 10:29:34 pm »
so I'm looking to get an "enhanced" trigger for my NF[aux]A/FuNFA pistol. because why the hell not. in the books I also have things like a Canooter valve (suppressor) but right now I'm looking at an "enhanced" trigger. the only two I'm interested in is the 3MR "positive reset" and the fostec echo binary trigger.
does anyone have any experience with either or both?
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    Re: Tac-con 3MR Vs. Fostec Echo
    « Reply #1 on: October 20, 2018, 08:56:14 pm »
    I have a 3MR in my "game & match" AR and have shot both 3-gun and high power rifle matches with it. I use the 3rd position for both as the assisted reset makes double tapping incredibly fast and for high power the break is very short & crisp so that I can touch off a round exactly when I want to. I've not shot any of the binary units but I'd love to give one a try.
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    Re: Tac-con 3MR Vs. Fostec Echo
    « Reply #2 on: December 20, 2018, 05:13:27 am »
    I have a echo trigger in my AR15 it takes a bit of practice to get your cadence right in echo mode other then that it is a great trigger. In echo mode I find i have to tell my self to slow down other wise i will over run my gun. 

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