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    Bump firing is faddish...does nothing but gain attention of squirrly ATF agents investigating you for allegations of having an unregistered Class III firearm.

    If you want to fire automatic firearms, get a Class III license and buy a class III gun.

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    Welcome from So Cal. Can't help u on the bump firing.
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    Sorry I did not respond to the bump fire question. i don't know about your weapon. I did see a guy bump fire an M1 garand. It is on utube. The guy bump fires everything. Maybe he will have a video on your weapon. I don't bump fire any of my guns. But I like to watch videos of guys that do.

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    You can bump-fire a single-stage trigger. It's all a matter of technique, supposedly.

    You can achieve a similar result by lighting a string of firecrackers with a $100 bill, though. Lots of noise and wasted money.
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    Any semi auto with a single stage trigger can be bump fired with a little practice. Its not a hard thing to do and it can be fun.

    Its generally not very accurate, but sometimes ripping off a thirty round mag just puts a smile on your face.

    As MattInFla has mentioned, if it has a two stage trigger like the Rock River AR's do, it wont work very well because the first stage takes up to much movement.

    If you want to make lots of noise and impress your friends, invest in one of the SlideFire bump stocks, they work very well, are easy to use and very consistent. They are also pretty popular around here, I hear lots of mags being dumped.
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