If you want to simulate full auto fire by bump firing your AR, try getting a lighter trigger set about 2-3# will work.
You can do this for less than half the price of the slide fire stock.
This will do three things;
1. It will keep you legal in case the BATF ever changes there mind on the legality of the slide stocks.
2. It will let you take more accurate long range shots.
3. With a little practice you will be able to bump fire 5-10 round bursts without any problem.
I have a Jard 3# single stage adjustable trigger in my AR that will bump fire real easy.
I can bump fire from a rest and put 2 or 3 rounds on a 18" gong at 300yds out of a 5 round burst. You are not going to get much better than that out of bump fire or real full auto.
So my advice is to save your money for more ammo, get a better trigger and learn to bump fire.
But one warning once you start you won't want to stop.
Originally Posted by dragunovsks
Running an ar on full auto is unneccessarily hard on your rifle as it wasnt intended for it.
Wasn't the AR15 designed from the M16 a full auto military weapon?
I think the only difference is the fire control group on a mil-spec weapon.
Bump fire is no harder on the gun than fast firing a semi-auto.