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Old 06-20-2012, 05:39 PM   #1
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Ive been thinking about getting a slide fire stock, has anypne here had experience with these. Im getting just for fun n mag dumping. Are they worth $350, and is the ban rumor hype to sell or actual truth

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Old 06-20-2012, 05:44 PM   #2
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Here ya go bub.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f25/everything-slidefire-60197/

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I will not tell you bump firing is safe, smart, tried or any bs like that... I will say it can be unsafe.... But saying that, I have done it more then a few times and from the shoulder while being able to aim some what reliably with out a $350 stock. I had to prove this to a friend the other day to save him the money on the stock. Save your money and buy ammo. Many things can go wrong bump firing even with that stock, know this before you try.

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I'd probably buy it IF it's design of not replacing the stock and grip. I just hate and lazy IF i have to take off my stock and grip.

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Yea i think ill pass on it, ia there any way i could turn my current ar full auto legally

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Yea i think ill pass on it, ia there any way i could turn my current ar full auto legally
I believe NO. But you can buy those rare registered ones.. cost lot lot of money tho! And some paperworks too
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