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Old 09-11-2012, 01:58 PM   #1
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Leaning toward the Bumpski. Slightly more in cost than the Slide Fire Stock (made of polymer) for the AK 47, but built more sturdier and looks and fits the receiver handsomely well. Anyone else thinking of it?

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Old 09-11-2012, 09:31 PM   #2
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my gun shop had & used the slide stocks first and then brought in bumpskis and the bumpskis are way better. They also had one on a saiga .410 I got to try it with a 30 round drum...awesome

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Video thread was blocked... Would one of those work on either my yugo or my Roma? Couldnt find any info as far as styles go...

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With the price of ammo the way it is, I personally think it's a waste of ammo.

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With the price of ammo the way it is, I personally think it's a waste of ammo.
No matter what the price is it's a "waste" of ammo. It's fun, that's the point. Just like "wasting" 200 rounds shooting at targets without a bump stock is fun. Is spending $10 on a jar a tanarite to just shoot it and blow it up a waste, of course , but that's fun too.
Although in a bad scenario, just hearing the full auto sound could scare off any aggressors who feel out-gunned and with the slide stocks there is more accuracy than your normal bump fire from the hip
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Leaning toward the Bumpski. Slightly more in cost than the Slide Fire Stock (made of polymer) for the AK 47, but built more sturdier and looks and fits the receiver handsomely well. Anyone else thinking of it?

http://www.youtube.com/Watch?v=ldHZFN-UrVs&feature=youtube
Looks more solid-the slide fire has been made to work with .22LR. Would be interesting to see if the Bumpski can do the same.
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Video thread was blocked... Would one of those work on either my yugo or my Roma? Couldnt find any info as far as styles go...
As far as I know, they will fit any stamped receiver. But, Yugo AK's sometimes have milled. I would take off your stock and check first. If you have a WASR from Century Arms I am sure it will fit it. I know the under folding Yugo AK is not a stamped receiver.
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