Bump fire speed

Discussion in 'AK & SKS Discussion' started by bullittsam159, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. bullittsam159

    bullittsam159 New Member

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    I am not getting the rate of fire when bump firing that I would like. I'm using a wasr 10 all stock. Are there mods to improve the rate of fire or does it have to do with technique? And I can't afford full auto yet so please dont suggest that.
     
  2. SSGN_Doc

    SSGN_Doc Well-Known Member

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    I don't recommend bump firing in general.

    The big expense in auto fire is feeding it. Bump firing really has no practical application so, I choose to save my money and make the rounds count.

    You can get faster though just by practicing and finding the right tension to pull.
     

  3. wickedins4nity

    wickedins4nity New Member

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    He's all about bump firing...previous thread was about bump firing with his ar15. What's next??
     
  4. ryguy00

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    Are you bump firing from the hip or with a slide fire stock? Not much control is afforded from the hip but with a slide fire stock, more forward pressure will result in a faster firing rate to a point. Pass that point and you will see that the bump firing will stop on its own and the gun will stop shooting. The only way to figure it out is with practice and probably lots of ammo
     
  5. MikeJK

    MikeJK New Member

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    Why not use the time and money "learning" to bump fire "correctly" and learn hoe to use the weapon proficiently?

    Bump firing dbags give shooters a bad name and are the ones ****ing it up at the ranges for all of us. If it wasn't for idiots I wouldn't have to drive 30min to use my firearms in the manner they were designed at an outdoor range.
     
  6. bullittsam159

    bullittsam159 New Member

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    Because I know how to use the weapon proficiently. I didn't buy a wasr to make long range shots. I bought it so I could have fun burning through cheap ammo. And I don't mess anything up for people at ranges because I don't shoot rapid fire or full autos at the range I shoot those on my own property. This is going a lot like my aforementioned previous thread with a lot of people replying with absolutely no useful information.
     
  7. bullittsam159

    bullittsam159 New Member

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    Ryguy: I'm firing from a normal firing position with the stock held away from my shoulder. No slide fire stock just putting forward pressure on the hand guard and letting the gun rest on my trigger hand. I'm not having problems getting it to bump fire I can get it to go through an entire Mag no prob I'm just wondering if polishing the bolt or changing trigger groups will affect ROF.
     
  8. tCan

    tCan Active Member

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    Try this. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ff8P1sjSx4[/ame]
     
  9. JSW79

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    Polishing will probably not help much you might pull a few milliseconds, but the mechanics of the rifle can only cycle so fast. I can dump an Ak mag in a few seconds pretty accurately on bump . My question is what is the point? Its fun but not all practical unless you have a bear in front of you!
     
  10. PanBaccha

    PanBaccha New Member

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    Slide Fire Solution turns your semi-automatic AR-15, AK-47, and Saiga 12 Shotgun, into a fully legal automatic 'bump-firing' firearm.
    It has two selections for shooting. Semi-auto ... and ... fully auto (legally).

    [ame]http://youtu.be/tBP2xFsEoso[/ame]


    [ame]http://youtu.be/ks5idq69MN4[/ame]
     
  11. ryguy00

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    Hmm, well if you're able to do mag dumps, I doubt polishing etc will give you much of a noticable difference. There is a trick I've seen on youtube using a rubber band that may help you. You hook the rubber band to the trigger, loop around the trigger guard, and back to the trigger. Basically, it will make the trigger reset faster. You could give it a try and see if it is the fix you're looking for. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVfwFP_RwTQ[/ame]

    To the rest of you haters, it's his gun and his right to shoot it however he likes. If you don't like it, then don't do it. Saying NOBODY should do it because YOU don't like it is the same "logic" used by the anti-gunners. Shut the hell up.
     
  12. MikeJK

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    This post proves my point.

    When was the last time you ran any drills on a timer or took a accredited class?

    Put more time into running your firearm properly and you'll see a vast improvement in speed. You'll look back and laugh at yourself for ever saying the phrase, bump fire.
     
  13. 7.62 Man

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    To speed up your bump fire rounds per min. you need to buy a adjustable trigger like this one.
    http://www.jardinc.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=11&Itemid=25
    It is cheaper than a bump stock!
    The reason the speed stays the same is because of the amount of trigger travel needed to release the trigger for the next round.
    If the trigger pull is lighter & shorter travel it will take less time for the recoil of the gun to reset the trigger. And less pressure to fire the next round.
    It will also allow you to bump from the shoulder with a little practice, giving you more control & accuracy.
    Who says there is "absolutely no useful information" on here?
    Go for it bump all you can!;)
     
  14. bullittsam159

    bullittsam159 New Member

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    To the rest of you haters, it's his gun and his right to shoot it however he likes. If you don't like it, then don't do it. Saying NOBODY should do it because YOU don't like it is the same "logic" used by the anti-gunners. Shut the hell up. - Thanks RYGUY glad not everybody on here acts like that. @MIkejk- I have no problem firing plenty fast on semi, i run drills all the time (for fun, im not planning on being in combat), I have taken accredited carbine classes and handgun classes and can outshoot anybody i've shot with on handguns, and my dad was a drill instructor and foreign weapons instructor in the military for 20 years, and I regularly get paid to do detail cleanings on guns. Don't comment on what I do or my level of proficiency until you actually know anything about me. I can make 1000 yard 1 MOA shots on my 700 all day and i can hit coke cans 9/10 times at 75 yards with my 1911. To the guy that said make the shots count I AM NOT IN COMBAT THE SHOTS NEVER COUNT- As for the helpful people thanks, some people don't realize this is America where you are allowed to have fun. I'm definitely going to try the rubber band. I also discovered a small bur on the top of the hammer on the bevel that the bolt slides on. Ill try grinding that and see if it smooths out the action a little. THANKS GO TO 7.62man and RYGUY
     
  15. SSCRS

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    :rolleyes:

    Sure.
     
  16. MikeJK

    MikeJK New Member

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    bullittsam159, that's some high speed stuff. You should get into competition.
     
  17. bullittsam159

    bullittsam159 New Member

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    Like i've said. I do this for fun. I don't have any interest in competition. I used to compete in skeet and I never did well and never had much fun. Also, nothing i said was a lie, I didn't make any attempt to brag until my skill level was brought into question. Thanks again for the help to the people that tried to help.