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Bump stock

Postby Vagrant » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:11 pm

A string between a belt loop and trigger does the same job and is much cheaper !!!!

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Re: Bump stock

Postby gravknife » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:33 pm

Hello Vagrant,hope your well Sir.

I hadnt even heard of a bump stock until a few days ago in Vegas.

Used to be a hellfire clip back in the day ,to go fully auto .

I hope no one here was affected during that unexplained massacre and my thoughts go to the families.

Good to see you posting Al.

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Re: Bump stock

Postby redeye » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:12 pm

I have shot one of the Slidefire bumpfire stocks and they are a blast to shoot. After only a few minutes I had it under control pretty good. . After five mags full I could blow the crap out of a large cornflakes box putting all 30 rds in it at around 50 feet. All was in one contiuous burst too. My buddys all wanted to shoot it so I made them buy the ammo lol it gets rxpensive shoote a bix and a half of .223 or 5.56 in just a couple of seconds. But man it is damn a bunch of fun too.
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Re: Bump stock

Postby sammy the blade » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:24 pm

Hickok 45 on utube if anyone wants to see one in action. Thinkin the laws might change some on some of our guns in the near future.
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Re: Bump stock

Postby sammy the blade » Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:01 pm

I'll be dipped, the NRA wants ATF to look into the bump fire stocks. Who would have ever dreamed that. I hate to say it but something's have to change and I think they will soon, to much publicity about hi cap weapons. If you want one you better get it, they always start selling when people think we are going to loose our right to own one. The prices will skyrocket too. I got mine I suggest you get yours.
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Re: Bump stock

Postby JulesVane » Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:02 pm

sammy the blade wrote:Hickok 45 on utube if anyone wants to see one in action. Thinkin the laws might change some on some of our guns in the near future.

News reports they are being bought up and sold out everywhere. In anticipation of future banning I would imagine.
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Re: Bump stock

Postby TRYKER » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:42 pm

My nephew was in the bar of the hotel when the shooting started. he said the cops came running in and them all get on the floor.
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Re: Bump stock

Postby BruceS » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:24 pm

When I first heard and saw the news reports with the varying rate of fire it I thought couldn't have been a machinegun. With a Bumpfire system, as the weight of the gun changed ie the magazine being emptied, less cartridges, less weight, the rate of fire will fluctuate which it was doing. I own a registered M16 and with a 10 in barrel, it runs ~850 rpm all the time, never fluctuates. It is hard to bump fire that rate with one of these stocks. My guess is the stocks will be banned and become contraband.
The people injured and killed there are/were some ones children. Terrible to see this happen. What compelled his actions.

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Re: Bump stock

Postby sammy the blade » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:43 pm

May never know why he did it but it's a shame he just didn't shoot himself first.
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Re: Bump stock

Postby Vagrant » Fri Oct 20, 2017 7:45 pm

Cities with the strongestt gun laws have the high4st crime. despite what osamo bin buckwheat says !!!

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Re: Bump stock

Postby sammy the blade » Fri Oct 20, 2017 9:45 pm

That's a fact
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Re: Bump stock

Postby BruceS » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:02 pm

Vegas is typically the city of choice for the gun industries "Shot Show". I haven't been to it in years. I wonder if they will move to another city.

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Re: Bump stock

Postby Tom19176 » Sun Oct 22, 2017 1:13 pm

I am a NRA member and support gun rights, but I must add that when I first shopped for my first rifle at 18 years old ( 1977), there were a few "black guns" for sale. Semi Auto pistols were mostly large and held less then 10 rounds. There were mostly revolvers and wood stocked rifles/shotguns for sale. I go to several gun shops, sporting goods stores, and gun shows now, and almost all you see is "black rifles" and high cap pistols. Part of the present anti gun issue is the fact that most are presented as weapons in the extreme. Of course Hollywood helps create this market with showing these type of weapons. Remember when Dirty Harry made the 44 Mag a must have gun? Today high cap Glocks and others are the must have of younger collectors.....I only say this as non gun people can find it much easier to say that companies are marketing these firearms as weapons only. Not looking for a debate, but just saying things have changed over the years and the mind set of people has changed.


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