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Old 05-05-2012, 01:15 AM   #71
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none at all its an over the counter accessory no different than buy Magpul or Tapco or any other stock
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I have tried one, and a dislexic kid with downs syndrome could use it, it is so easy. Which is why it will probably be outlawed if the obamanation gets their way, which will put us at a disadvantage when Rosie O'donnel leads the lesbian zombie apocolypse against us.

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Old 05-10-2012, 02:37 PM   #74
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Well yeah bumpfiring is essentially what it does just not having to hip fire it but yeah
A lot of people, myself included, can bump fire without firing from the hip. It is a little easier from the hip, but no telling where the rounds are going. Most ranges require you to fire from the shoulder, if they let you bumpfire at all. If they have mechanical targets, they are less likely to allow bumpfiring, burst, or full auto.
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I like um just fine

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It's the same thing as the AR one.
For less than $350 u can get to shoot full auto like. Rather than spending thousands on a FA.
But IMO, it's just a waste of ammo.

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This makes a lil more sense then the slide fire....http://youtu.be/LJ10pIda3jE

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This makes a lil more sense then the slide fire....Video Link: http://youtu.be/LJ10pIda3jE
How? The slidefire allows you to bump fire from the shoulder. That thing turns your shoulder fired weapon into a mounted one. You wanna carry that contraption around with you all day? Having it mounted to that rig would eliminate the ability of a slide fire to function. So you would then have a belt fed semi auto. If you have access to real class 3's, you probably already have a belt fed auto anyways. What am i missing?
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To me,it would be ''My Money'' better spent,than wasting it on some other type of junk-like the slidefire. to each his on,congrats

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How? The slidefire allows you to bump fire from the shoulder. That thing turns your shoulder fired weapon into a mounted one. You wanna carry that contraption around with you all day? Having it mounted to that rig would eliminate the ability of a slide fire to function. So you would then have a belt fed semi auto. If you have access to real class 3's, you probably already have a belt fed auto anyways. What am i missing?
I dunno, I think I could make it work. To your question, a lot of the people who have registered full auto's have mag fed guns, so this might be something they would find worthwhile. Most belt fed guns are open bolt, and most civilian owned registered auto's are closed bolt.
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