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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Carbines' started by grumpydave69, Mar 8, 2016.
Is there a bump fire stock available for a Hi-point carbine?
Nope, we are limited to 10-20 round mags, so it isn't a priority.
Besides, we like to actually hit stuff with the bullets, not just blast ammo into the berm.
If held correctly and fat enough, isn't every stock a bump fire?
Considering how the stock is one piece, front to back, I'm not sure how you came up with that question.
Not how it's built, what it does. Every video I've seen was just some fat slob bouncing it off his stomach.
so being 40lbs overweight IS a tactical advantage. Wait till I tell my wife
Not you Cic..the original question....
I think I will try to put one on my single shot 410.
Not that I ever heard of. Besides, around here they are Banned from every range I know of. Uncontrollable fire is what got them all banned. Most range insurance companies will not insure a range if you use one.
I don't want to shoot a gun with a bump fire stock at a range, They are just fun to shoot.