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Anybody heard of bump firing?

Was searching for a bayonet for my bushmaster when I found this topic:



So you can turn a semi into a full auto. Anybody tried this yet?
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I saw that too. You can buy a special buttstock to make it easier to bump fire, but I believe you can do it with any stock rifle.

Anybody tried yet? I know we have so weapon experts on this board.
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Bump fire has been around for a long time. Works fine, I shot an AR with a slide stock.
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Its cool but im sure inaccurate as hell.

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Bump fire has been around for a long time. Works fine, I shot an AR with a slide stock.
Probably true, but this is the first I heard of it. Wait till the democrats find out about this! They will use it to ban ARs. Everyone will be allow to buy bolt actions only.
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It's not a machine gun, it requires a pull of the trigger for each round. Some say bump is more accurate than full auto because you are pulling the gun forward, and the barrel doesn't raise as much. I have fired both and have no real difference between the two.
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Hum, I'd like to try this but besides the farm I'm not thinking it's too wise.

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I saw a guy with the slidefire stock at ASC last year. It was obvious that it was pretty much full auto (and only technically pulling the trigger each round).

Expensive, and waste of ammunition. IMHO, only hillbillies and people with money to burn would really get excited about it.

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Well, I said I'd like to try it sometime but I agree part of the fun of these things is accuracy and control. Cost is a concern that shouldn't be ignored either.

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Expensive, and waste of ammunition. IMHO, only hillbillies and people with money to burn would really get excited about it.
even given the cost and accuracy implications, firing full auto is fun as shit!
but then again, I am a hillbilly, so I guess your point still stands.
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Expensive, and waste of ammunition. IMHO, only hillbillies and people with money to burn would really get excited about it.
I'm putting one on the AR you sold me. Then again, hillbilly is a second language for me.
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