Tactical Fire Control, Inc.
One of the biggest hits of the show so far has been the Tac-Con trigger group from Tactical Fire Control. With all of the media and industry insiders blowing through ammo as fast as magazines can be loaded, the range can get a bit loud. Yet above that constant pop-pop-pop would come that signature braaaap of a rifle firing very fast. And it didn’t take long to find it. The booth was full of people trying to get a look at something they couldn’t even see.
On the outside, the guns looked like any typical AR-15s. But inside, the trigger groups had been replaced with sophisticated pieces of engineering that had a very simple purpose. Pull the trigger with the right amount of pressure and hold on tight. Don’t be fooled. It isn’t full auto, and it takes some shooters a few magazines to get the hang of it, but it is fun.
How does it work? When the rifle fires, energy from the bolt carrier transfers through the trigger assembly, which resets the trigger back onto the front sear. The result is a trigger that is ready to rock out incredibly fast split times. Or, if you prefer, a continuous string of very fast split times. And it doesn’t require much modification to the gun to get it working. Simply swap out the trigger and its ready. MSRP on the Tac-Con is $495.