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Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by malforce32, Jan 9, 2015.
Think its possible to do with a carbine? This is my ruger 10/22 with stock I fabricated
I think its possible to do with any semi auto rifle as long as you are doing the fabricating.
I want a video of it shooting.
10 rounds goes pretty quick....
Can I upload video of my 10/23.
Also with carbine its fed through the grip so can't remove the pistol grip and attach it to the sliding stock.
Here an accuracy test. 25round mag, with burst fire. The other whold where from a bad mag and dirty ammo. Need to use ammo with higher kick with .22 slide fire. Also don't use a muzzle break.
Also included back of the target to show exit damage
10/22 intrafuse slide fire stock: http://youtu.be/jWlVR6Tk5fs
Careful using the term "slide fire", it probably is trademarked.
I fired an ATI .22 upper on an AR lower with a true slide fire stock. Worked great with bulk ammo.
Why do you hold the rifle by the magazine? That's a good way to cause feed issues
You probably shouldn't hold it by the mag but by the front rails.
And it's gonna take this long to run through a mag..
I would try a fore grip and the more "traditional" bumpfire then potentially ruin a carbine by trying to make a slidefire stock.
Or just do THIS:
That video is in slow motion. And holding more in front of the mage the mag its self. I found it was easier to hold and get the forward pressure just right.
Its more resting on my hand the holding. Just haven't had time to practice bump fireing. But I accidentally click on wrong vid. so one is normal speed, slow motion.