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Bump Stocks?

I saw on the news where the gunman in the Las Vegas shooting had some of these Bump Stocks attached to his semi autos to make them fully auto. I never even herd of such a thing, has any of you on HPA dealt with or even shot one with a Bump Stock? Just curious, thanks in advance on any input......


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don't care and don't need one. look it up rubber bands are cheaper.
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don't care and don't need one. look it up rubber bands are cheaper.
Thanks for your very educated input....
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Never shot one but I understand the concept and I had heard of them prior to this incident because they are banned at my gun club. Basically what I gather that it's sort of like a spring loaded butt stock that essentially allows the rifle itself to recoil back and forth. As long as you keep steady pressure on it your finger will "automatically" pull the trigger again after every time the gun recoils.
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you are welcome I wouldn't advertise the rubber band trick my friend.
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Now I'm curious...what rubber band trick?
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I never knew they existed and now that I do i consider them to be junk and should be outlawed. Not only because of this despicable act in Los Vegas but because they are nothing more than a dodge to turn lawful weapons into crap and have nothing to do with the Second.

There, I said it.

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You can make your own bumpfire stock if/when they are banned.

I sold the two I had yesterday...they work as advertised...there are some FUDDs on this forum that think we should be using muzzle loaders only.

Bumpfire stocks are very controllable and I'd say at a fraction of what a full auto machine gun cost...they work very well.

I actually like binary triggers better than the bumpfire stocks because with the binary trigger, you can have your cheek on the stock. You are not able to put your check on a bumpfire stock while in bumpfire mode.
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I sold the two I had yesterday...they work as advertised...there are some FUDDs on this forum that think we should be using muzzle loaders only.


easy now, whats wrong with muzzleloaders
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don't care and don't need one. look it up rubber bands are cheaper.
and a huge violation of federal law which i believe includes Mandatory prison sentence.

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