Tactical Fire Control Updates Near Full Auto Trigger

Precision shooters and AK lovers can now get more out of their shooting with the "241" and "Raptor" triggers.
Tactical Fire Control Updates Near Full Auto Trigger

The company that shocked the AR world last year with a fully-legal trigger that makes a standard AR-15 rifle fire near full auto speeds has just released a new version of the innovative trigger that’ll satisfy both the high-speed shooter and the precision marksman.

The new Tac-Con 241 trigger has three modes like the old 3MR trigger, but this time replaces the standard single stage with a two stage precision trigger. The first mode is the so-called “Tac-Con” mode that has an assisted reset that gets split times into the blurry zone, while the second mode has a gauzy 3.5-pound take up and a 1 pound break.

Tactical Fire Control has also dropped the price on the 241 trigger to an MSRP of $395.

And AK lovers can rejoice as well since the company has also released the so-called “Raptor” trigger for the world’s most prolific rifle. The Raptor is similar to the original 3MR trigger with a standard single-stage setting and the assisted reset third mode.

The Raptor will retail for around $350.


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