Bump fired my AK 47 for the first time today...so much fun. I think I'm going to have an addiction soon.
You may be referring to that slide fire doohickey. Bump firing requires nothing additional it's a firing method of using the recoil of the firearm rather than adding a device.Secondhand_Hero said:
AH! Yeah, i feel a little silly now.. i automatically thought of slide fire stocksdrvsafe said:You may be referring to that slide fire doohickey. Bump firing requires nothing additional it's a firing method of using the recoil of the firearm rather than adding a device.
He has a bump fire stock... which uses the recoil to continuously pull the trigger.
Watch my video it's only 12 seconds long..you won't be disappointed7.62 Man said:
Check this out, video of me bump firingSecondhand_Hero said:
Bump firing is actually the technique used, a Slide Fire is the niffy stock shown hereFlukeLSX said:He has a bump fire stock... which uses the recoil to continuously pull the trigger.
It's basically a legal conversion to autofire that is supported as U.S. legal by the ATF.
Here's a great video of the M10 with a bumpfire stock from Atlanticfirearms.
Watch at the 1:45 mark to see the bumpfire.
Video Link: http://youtu.be/T03kod28sKI?t=1m45s
Doesn't matter they're both fun as hell! I'd think the advantage of having a slide stock , which I've also heard called bumpski's, would be increased accuracy and easier to rapid fire...negative would be that the good ones are 450. For now I'll just use my thumb I guess. A red dot is next on my listFlukeLSX said:They also call slide firing "bump firing" as well.
Guess I confused it :x
Questions like these is why we get in hot water with politicians. It's more than just modding the firing pin. In fact last time I had heard anything the pin doesn't get touched. No I will not go into deeper information about it. Please never ask about modding things to be illegal. Bump fire it and enjoy or buy the tax stamp and a NFA weapon.Although illegal, and seriously don't laugh lol, how difficult would it be to actually modify the firing pin? I reckon it'd be excruciatingly difficult, however, if you had the background and experience and you didn't want the awkwardness of the stock, would it be practical?