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Entries in bump fire stock (5)

Monday
Jun302014

Can Jerry Miculek Shoot Faster Than A Bump Fire Stock?

We all know that Jerry Miculek is a great shooter, and can pull that trigger pretty damn fast. We also know that the bump fire stock will allow you to waste money shoot very quickly.  So in race between the two, who would win?  Check out the video below:

Wow, a Jerry Miculek video that wasn't 25 minutes long!  It is amazing to that they both shot about the same speed but Jerry still managed to put together a pretty tight group.

Thursday
Nov212013

Full Auto Trigger For AR15: No NFA Paperwork Required

The gun blogosphere is going bananas over this new "full auto trigger" by Tactical Fire Control Inc.  Many are calling this killer of the bump fire stock and praising it is as the must have AR accessory of 2014.  My snarkyness has me a little more skeptical, but check out their promo vid before I get into it.

I will give Tactical Fire Control this much, that third mode click of the safety is a great marketing tool.  This is by no means a bump fire device, rather it is a super light trigger with the claims of some faster firing.  Using the the recoil of the firearm the trigger supposedly simulates the bump fire effect.  Honestly it just looks like the dudes in the vid are just pulling the trigger quickly.  I think this will probably a good trigger, but the fast firing really feels weak.  Although this trigger being marketed as a BATFE approved no NFA paperwork required, I simply can't see the magic here.  No word on pricing yet, and pre-orders start on Tac Fire Con's crappy website starting Dec 1st. 

What do you guys think; would you be interested in a trigger like this?

Thursday
Sep132012

Aluminum Bump Fire Stock

Bump fire stocks are basically poor man's full autos.  The Slide Fire solution seems to be the kid on the block, but F&W has recently developed an aluminum version of a bump fire stock.  Check out their official copy:

This AR-15 Select Fire Stock kit for in black aluminum system that retails for $359.00. THIS KIT MUST BE ASSEMBLED. Bump firing is the act of using the recoil of a firearm to fire multiple shots in rapid succession. This process involves holding the foregrip with the non-trigger hand, releasing the grip on the firing hand (leaving the trigger finger in its normal position in front of the trigger), pushing the rifle forward in order to apply pressure on the trigger finger from the trigger, and keeping the trigger finger stationary. The firearm will recoil and then return to its previous position after the round has been fired first resetting and then pressing forward against the trigger thereby firing successive shots. The relatively-rapid bursts from semi-automatic firearms crudely simulate the discharge of automatic firearms. Even though a large number of rounds are fired in rapid succession, the trigger finger initiates each discharge; therefore, fully automatic fire is not actually taking place.

While this doesn't seem to have the professional flare of Slide Fire, it does look like fair competitor.  $360 seems a bit high for a kit that you still need to finish at home.  The best part of the Aluminum Bump Fire Stock is the commercial.  I love the great state of Texas (no income tax, shall issue CCW, super easy to get a suppressor, epic bbq, etc.) but this commercial really looks like something that you would see on Texas public access TV.  A dude literally wearing overalls goes full auto on a lake!  LOL, I also like at 50 seconds there is a scene where the AK either doesn't feed, or the mag is empty, and it doesn't get edited out!  The scrolling phone number and looks of satisfied customers really make this vid great.

You can pick up the kit at F&W with options for AK, Saiga, SKS, AR-10, AR-15, and Mini 14/30.

Friday
Jul132012

Poor Man's Full Auto Shotgun

Remember the slide fire solutions stock?  It makes an AR or AK almost full auto with a cool bump firing mechanism.  The Saiga semi auto shotgun can be equipped with the AK version of the stock for some poor man's full auto shotgunning.  Enjoy the vids, and happy Friday.

 

 

 

Friday
May042012

Belt Fed Zombie Attack AR15

Hurry up firearms manufacturers, the Zombie train is leaving the station!  Despite the over used zombie clichés this rifle has some cool elements.  Check out the vid, and I'll give you some more info on the parts.

The upper is a belt fed Valkyrie Armament conversion which uses saw belts that attach via the standard AR mag well.  There was another company called Shrike making belt fed uppers which seemed to be surrounded by problems.  They were taking people's money, and products were never materializing.  Valkyrie has lots of good reviews and for the low price of $3,600 they can convert a rifle you already own. 

Why the hell would you add a n00b tube to the front of this rifle?  The 37mm launcher is a Spikes Tactical Havoc which is only used for "signaling" and costs about $300.  You can also see the Leupold scope with zombie markings as well as the neon green Sure Fire on the front.  Hornady zombie ammo can be seen in the belt, because it probably works better on zapping zombies.  Also of note is the bump fire stock which has been mentioned here before. 

Overall this is a cool idea for a DIY machine gun, but it isn't by any means cheap.  Not counting the cost of the rifle, I'm guessing this zombie attack rifle will probably set you back about $5000.  One could argue that the scope, flashlight, and 37mm aren't really necessary.  I guess the "poor man's" version, would be the bump fire stock with a Sure Fire 60 round mag or one of those cheapy gun show 100 round drums.

Hat Tip G&A