&S Conversions said::
Guys, what are your thoughts of a bump stock and FRT trigger in same gun ???
They both do the same thing, just in different ways. The stock physically removes your finger from the trigger (or at least your rearward pulling force) to allow the trigger to reset so when your off-hand overcomes the recoil force and shoves the trigger against your finger again it fires. The FRT trigger simply jams the trigger forward again past the reset point despite your rearward pulling force, so when it resets your trigger finger pulls it rearward again. Repeat as needed.
Combine the two and you have two resetting actions happening at the same time. Think of it as you go to pull the trigger real fast, but half the time the trigger is beyond the reach of your finger. It would still fire, but likely would "stutter" a bit as the timing of the two devices would not match.
Of the two, the FRT would be my choice as it can function one handed, does not require any movement of the stock, and would likely be more accurate because of it.