AK bump fire...

Discussion in 'AK & SKS Discussion' started by heiztdiz, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. heiztdiz

    heiztdiz New Member

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    Bump fired my AK 47 for the first time today...so much fun. I think I'm going to have an addiction soon.
     
  2. Secondhand_Hero

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    i've heard they are less than comfortable and rather awkward.. They something one could easily get used to?
     

  3. drvsafe

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    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.
     
  4. 7.62 Man

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  5. Secondhand_Hero

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    AH! Yeah, i feel a little silly now.. i automatically thought of slide fire stocks
     
  6. drvsafe

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    bah! don't sweat it.

    check out this video...[ame="http://youtu.be/fbZCeRLgPWc"]http://youtu.be/fbZCeRLgPWc[/ame]
     
  7. drvsafe

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    you mean this bad boy:

    [ame="http://youtu.be/_U6tORrODJE"]http://youtu.be/_U6tORrODJE[/ame]
     
  8. heiztdiz

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    Thanks! I've got the video on Facebook but once I get on YouTube I'll post the link
     
  9. heiztdiz

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    Here's the video of me bump during for the first time ever. I did not expect it to go so well [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIyMprnxi68&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]
     
  10. FlukeLSX

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    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.

    [ame]http://youtu.be/T03kod28sKI?t=1m45s[/ame]
     
  11. heiztdiz

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    Watch my video it's only 12 seconds long..you won't be disappointed

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIyMprnxi68&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]
     
  12. heiztdiz

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    Check this out, video of me bump firing

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIyMprnxi68&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]
     
  13. Secondhand_Hero

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    Bump firing is actually the technique used, a Slide Fire is the niffy stock shown here
     
  14. FlukeLSX

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    They also call slide firing "bump firing" as well.

    Guess I confused it :x
     
  15. heiztdiz

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    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 list
     
  16. RonPaul2012

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    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?
     
  17. Nihilist88

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    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.
     
  18. RonPaul2012

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    Alrighty, well I won't discuss it on this forum, however; neither will I with a Politician. Civil Liberties are not up for discussion. That are set in stone and politicians deserve no right to tell us what rate of fire we may use, how much ammo our magazines should hold or how large our rounds may be. You're always going to be in hot water with the government when concerning Civil Liberties, for the government is the aggressor of our Liberties. Never abide by the laws which aren't moral and Constitutional.