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Terry Bender

Terry Bender is HIPERFIRE®'s CEO and runs R&D.  He has over 35 years of experience in product and manufacturing process development, private consulting in forensics, failure analysis, and remediation using computational analytic tools.  He began designing a firearm about 17 years ago as a personal curiosity.  The rest is history.


What’s In A Trigger?

posted on September 19, 2019

Everyone Wants a Good Aftermarket Trigger If you believe the advertising, everyone sells the best aftermarket trigger.  Most of these ARE good, compared to the AR15 shooters’ bane, that MIL-spec one.  But what’s good or not so good, breaks down when making comparisons within the aftermarket group.  Well, here’s an introduction to some info that […]

SHOT Show 2017 Video Loop Shown on HIPERFIRE’s 75″ HDTV @ Its Booth #3016

posted on February 3, 2017

HIPERFIRE put together a 20 minute loop highlighting is trigger family’s features along with interesting info on its HIPERGRIP product line that began selling late last year and its new HIPERCOMP to be released in Spring 2017. All products were demonstrated at the VFOB Try and Buy event the Sunday and Monday before SHOT and […]

HIPERFIRE Introduces HIPERGRIP, the High Performance Grip for the MSR

posted on October 31, 2016

HIPERFIRE®’s pistol grip for the MSR is immediately available today. HIPERGRIP™ is a high performance grip. The name also describes the hold and control that the shooter now has over his rifle, SBR, or pistol. It comes in four versions, same grip with and without a textured finish and with and without the HIPERFIRE® colored […]

HIPERFIRE Previews It’s SHOT SHOW 2016 Booth #3016

posted on December 23, 2015

SHOT SHOW 2016 is almost upon us. See the HIPERFIRE booth layout here. Of course, we’ll have triggers, but also some new stuff that’s not triggers. Curious? Visit the booth to see, touch, and DREAM!

HIPERFIRE Annouces Arrival of the EDT3

posted on October 26, 2015

HIPERFIRE announces availability of its new Enhanced Duty Trigger3 AR fire-control for the AR15/10 rifle that completes HIPERFIRE’s enhanced duty trigger line up. It features the novel “duplex” trigger bow with two finger pad rests, one high and one low. In the high position, the trigger pull weights are five and six pounds; in the low […]

HIPERFIRE Announces the ECLipse FCG

posted on October 7, 2015

HIPERFIRE announces the immediate availability of the HIPERTOUCH® ECLipse (ECL) AR fire-control group (FCG). This FCG’s performance eclipses that of every other HIPERFIRE trigger product including the 24Competition. It was developed as part of a 3-gun match series promotion. That promotion just ended with the HIPERFIRE Rifle Challenge and the trigger now sport a new, […]

HIPERFIRE Rifle Challenge, Oct 2/3, 2015

posted on September 10, 2015

HIPERFIRE (Title Sponsor) and F-1 Firearms the (Presenting Sponsor) offer a unique competition match produced by Tar Heel 3 Gun and held at Woody’s Hunt and Rifle Club in New Hill, North Carolina. Seven rifle-only divisions will be featured depending on the registration mix from standard to short barreled, light to heavy cartridges, with and […]

HIPERTRAIN™ Demonstrator Arrives

posted on August 31, 2015

HIPERTRAIN is short for HIgh PERformance TRAINer. It starts shipping today! MSR rifle competitors can use it to train their trigger finger muscle memory for matches with their match trigger group installed. MIL-operators can use it to train for mission challenge demands. And retailers can use it to show off HIPERTOUCH® trigger system features at […]

HIPERFIRE Announces Arrival of the EDT2

posted on August 19, 2015

The HIPERTOUCH® EDT (Enhanced Duty Trigger) is now a product line with introduction of the EDT2. It’s available and shipping. It’s the MIL-spec semi-auto upgrade designed for LE department approvals, NRA Service Rifle competitors, and those who want or need a home defense or utility rifle with a minumum pull weight of 4½ lbs. The […]

Is trigger break-in necessary?

posted on July 4, 2015

The triggers are ready to go when installed correctly-. However, the initial feel will change over several tens of dry- or live-fires. Why is this? The triggers are finished with a MIL-spec process called Parkerize, or heavy Manganese Phosphate, as a rust preventive finish (except for the TH24 with the special Nickel plating). When the […]

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