Double Fire

In this scenario the gun will fire one round on pull, and one round on reset, essentially acting as a binary trigger. This differs from Burst Fire in that a Double Fire can be generally controlled and is relatively consistent, whereas a Burst Fire is relatively uncontrollable with firing off multiple rounds with one pull and no release of the trigger and will generally only stop when the trigger is released.

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