Originally Posted by ShagNasty1001
Does anyone know anything about bump fire stocks? I saw one online and want to know some stuff about them before I sink some money into one
Save your money and put it into a good single stage light trigger.
Then you will have a gun that is accurate at long range and a gun that you can accurately bump fire from a rest out to about 300yds.
How do I know this, I do it all the time I have a Jard single stage trigger in one of my ARs it is about a 2 1/2 # pull and it will bump faster than a full auto.
I can from a rest bump fire 4 & 5 round bursts accurate enough to ring the gongs at 300yds.
It a lot of attention at the range, one time I was bumping at a local public range where full autos were not allowed. When I bumped through a mag full I heard a voice from behind me saying "Is That Gun Full Auto!" when I turned around there was a conservation officer with his hand on his Glock ready to pull it out.
I said "No sir but you can check if you like!" as I held the gun up for him to see.
After the tension of the moment calmed down he explained that they had a complaint & he was just checking it out. We talked things over and he said that it sounded a little fast to be bump firing but after watching me shoot it he could see that was all it was.