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Discussion in 'Consumer Reviews' started by Dane, Nov 11, 2014.
Has anyone tried one of these $100 stocks??
Nope! Looks like she was just having fun wasting ammo but I enjoyed watching her do it.
I have not seen any of theirs in person, but I do have Slide Fire stocks on a bunch of AR-15's and AK-47's. They work very well and are easy to control your bursts with.
If you have ever fired FA, you will find that the muzzle climb using a bump stock is a tad more then a true FA. This is due to the stock movement adding to the normal muzzle climb that wants to happen. Once you get used to it, it is not an issue.
I agree with Flip. I've watched that video quite a few times.
I did see a post, I can't remember if it was here or not, where one of the companies was suing the other one. I'm guessing it's the $100 company getting sued. So if you want one, you better get one quick!
Shot a slide fire on a n AR once. And it sure was fun.
Not quite real FA. But $150 vs. $10,000
Fostech, maker of the Bumpski stock, had a lawsuit against Slide Fire Solutions for patent infringement claiming that they (Fostech) purchased the patent rights from Bill Akins, maker of the Akins Accelerator for the 10/22. Now Slide Fire Solutions is suing Bump Fire Systems for patent infringement.
I don't know what ever happened to the Fostech lawsuit, but I would think any Lawyer worth their salt would have gotten it thrown out.
I shot my buddy's AR with slide fire stock. Lotta damn fun.... but man I can see it being a wallet drainer. $15.00 two second mag dump... you do the math.
yes, got one when they were being offered for $95.00 a while back. use to have the SF on a m&p 15-22 with a timney drop in trigger, worked ok but not what i was expecting so got rid of it. also have the fostech on a 5.45 vepr, nice set up. the BFS stock is a bargain, have in on a AR...actually works better than the SF IMHO.