I'm new here just fishing for some info about bump firing.

I'm new here just fishing for some info about bump firing.

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    I'm new here just fishing for some info about bump firing.

    So, I live in California and I own several firearms. Many people at the "Gun Shops" keep telling me that my S&W 15 Sport can not be bump fired. Is this true? It's a single stage trigger. One guy said that I MIGHT have a better chance changing to a two stage trigger. IS this True? Hope y'all can help a brother out. LOL THANKS


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    Welcome,and just wandering,why would you want to"Bump Fire" your weapon,these gun's are not built to withstand that type of rapid fire,i.e bolt,bolt carrier,firing pin,fire control group,buffer and spring,thats why it's built as semi-auto,it has semi auto parts,big difference,most semi parts are not mpi tested and are prone to failure under long periods of rapid fire,might be time to think about that Class 3 license.
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    Bump firing is a waste of ammo. But if you want to do it, more power to you.
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    Welcome from the "Gunshine" state.
    IMO just concentrate on one well placed shot and there will be no need for rapid fire.
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    +1 On Several answers on Bump Firing! Welcome from Kansas!
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