"Bump Fire" Stock

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    If I want a full auto, I'm gonna do it the right way. I don't put much faith into "novelty" items like this. In my opinion "full-auto" isnt recreational, its for laying down suppressive fire to cover movement or pin down an advancing enemy
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    agreed with the crowd against it, its unsafe, if i set my weapon down on the ground and it gets bumped or something gets dropped on it, it is one more thing to fail and cause an accident, i do not trust safeties nor do i trust a stock that makes my gun fire by pulling on the foregrip
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    agreed with the crowd against it, its unsafe, if i set my weapon down on the ground and it gets bumped or something gets dropped on it, it is one more thing to fail and cause an accident, i do not trust safeties nor do i trust a stock that makes my gun fire by pulling on the foregrip
    Nope.

    It only works if your finger is on the trigger. If your finger is not on the trigger then a bump cannot possibly fire it....in fact, a bump would be less likely to fire it as the energy would be absorbed by the mechanism.
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    I think for shoulder fire bump fire it works well. Everytime we fool around and bump fire I figure it is a matter of time before LEO shows up and I have to explain things to them.
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    One of the guys that works with me says his will empty a 40 mag. in 2.6 seconds.....that is pretty pricey with the stock selling at $350. If comes with a letter for the ATF that states it is legal and why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reborn View Post
    One of the guys that works with me says his will empty a 40 mag. in 2.6 seconds.....that is pretty pricey with the stock selling at $350. If comes with a letter for the ATF that states it is legal and why.
    I reload so even 223 for me isn't that "pricey"I'm interested in seeing how it works with a 22 conversion,If it will bump fire 22 lr then you are talking around a dollar a magazine
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    I think it looks fun! I like to give one a try. But not something I'd spend money on.

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    Looks like it could be fun, & looks as controllable as a regular FA firearm. But I'll be waiting for a Saiga specific stock, 20 round 12 gauge drum dump anyone?

    My worries about the product is simply drawing unwanted, un-informed law enforcement attention. Even though it's legal, I still wouldn't want to deal with that kind of attention. Still, it looks like fun, & is truly a poor man's machine gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    I reload so even 223 for me isn't that "pricey"I'm interested in seeing how it works with a 22 conversion,If it will bump fire 22 lr then you are talking around a dollar a magazine
    This is what my buddy did. He bought the stock then bought an M&P 15/22 (?) to go with it. He had to modify it a bit and it was very finicky with ammo and needs the 'snappiest' .22 you can find. Last he said, it seemed to be working ok.
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    It works on recoil so my guess is that a .22LR isn't gonna work too good.
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    You can go to youtube & type in "bump fire" and there are vids with a few different bump fire techniques.
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    So how is this different from the Akins Accelorator?
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    Better hope one of the rounds you're ripping through while you're "bump firing" isn't a squib load with just enough recoil to fire the next round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    It's a neat item. Seems to operate very well based on the Video.
    Not really my particular cup of tea but, it's cool and legal.
    If it floats your boat - buy one.
    Pretty much my sentiments. It does seem to give more aim control over learning to bump fire the traditional way... but I don't see a great need for it other than for entertainment and blowing off ammo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddy Warcrimes View Post
    So how is this different from the Akins Accelorator?
    IIRC the akins used a spring type action that allowed the gun to cycle in the stock,from what I've seen so far there are no springs in the bump fire stock it's all done with muscle and recoil
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