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Five Reasons Why the DigiTrigger is the Best Trigger

Five Reasons Why the DigiTrigger is the Best Trigger

Five Reasons Why the DigiTrigger is the Best Trigger

The DigiTrigger is the first of its kind in the gun industry- a digital trigger that drops into an existing firearm to improve your shooting experience. Because it is a new product, some people are skeptical about trying it, and are unsure if it will really enhance performance. Here are five facts about the DigiTrigger that help to explain why is it the best trigger for you to use.

1. Accuracy

One of the most noteworthy aspects of the DigiTrigger is that, because it is digital and  not mechanical, there is no threshold. It is a lightweight, less than 1 lb. trigger; the  average AR-15 standard trigger pull weight is greater than 5 lbs. This means your shot  will be significantly more accurate.

2. Pull and release

Our customers often name this feature as their favorite thing about the DigiTrigger. It  allows you to shoot at a much higher rate of fire (though the DigiTrigger  programmatically limits this so you don’t outrun your carrier), with one shot per pull of  the trigger and one shot per release. You have the option to go from semi-automatic mode  to pull and release mode, so you are not restricted to just one style of shooting.

3. Mechanical backup

Even after the DigiTrigger is installed, the mechanical trigger retains full function, so if  the battery dies or for any reason you need to revert to mechanical mode, you can  have  the peace of mind that you will still be able to do so. Digital mode is activated when  you flip the fire selector switch.

4. Grip Safety

If you need to abandon the shot on release, there is a grip safety feature. You can either  keep the trigger pressed for six seconds or press the button on the backstrap of the grip,  either of which will cancel the shot.

5. Lifetime warranty

This one speaks for itself- DigiTrigger provides lifetime servicing for defects in materials  or workmanship at no charge to the purchaser. So, more peace of mind- should anything  happen to it, we’ve got you covered.

These are only five of the many reasons to love the DigiTrigger. Get one today and experience them for yourself!

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9/30/2017 4:34 AM
I have looked back at the advertisement and owners manual.  Haven't found anywhere a mention of having to remove battery for even long term storage.  It dies in a couple days in the safe position.  You say that's to prevent battery leakages.  Really?  What other manufacturers look at it that way?  
If one must take battery out after each use then the flimsy battery wires will be worn out very quickly.  It also renders the weapon useless for home defense or any type of combat use.
10/7/2017 12:40 PM
What is np&sp?
6/6/2018 10:24 AM
Digital trigger? Microprocessor? Electronics? RIDICULOUS!
6/29/2018 2:15 AM
Do you have a video
7/4/2018 1:12 PM
Next:   a "smart" electronic trigger.  With all the baggage that entails.
11/18/2019 7:50 PM
Still waiting to hear back on info to be a sales rep.?
2/24/2020 4:06 AM
Is this illegal in the U.S.A.? would like one but would I need a fed stamp because you can go full auto?
4/27/2021 4:19 AM
You don’t need a tax stamp, not full auto. Binary trigger that fires on pull and release of the trigger. I have a mechanical one from Franklin armory. Really cool. 475.00. Definitely not legal in California. But nothing is, right?  Might be a few other states too. I know Florida is on the fence. No gun dealers selling this there.  Check the  legality of a binary trigger in your state before buying this.  Oh yes, if some nut uses this in a shooting, it will for sure be illegal   So nuts need not apply. Don’t ruin good peoples fun
5/11/2021 7:01 PM
They said they were going to sell digitrigger 2.2 on may 14 2022.   The failed to tell me they were be selling it sooner through optics’s planet before that date.  Kinda a dishonest outfit in my book. Thinking of canceling my order with  optics’s planet.  If you can’t trust their word how can you trust their warranty and customer service based on lies
5/28/2021 2:09 PM
I did some more research on digitrigger and found it has almost the same Configuration as a electronic paintball gun. Also their patent for the Digitrigger mentions paintball gun in it. So I decided this was not for me I had ordered one from planet optics and canceled my order