Actually, I WANT TO HEAR MORE ABOUT BUMP-FIRING. I'm in kind of a pissing contest now with justashooter on that full-auto thread because he thinks I'm a "know-it-all." I'm the first to admit that I based my thoughts about bump-firing on my own experiences. I could be wrong about it being unsafe, but I've heard too many people's assessment about what is really happening in a bump-fire to trust it.kevin_m4 said:I shot a SA M7S the other day and it looked great and shot very well (and I know you don't want to hear this, but I even bumped a mag thru it)
I do not know differently, but I would think if you could pull the trigger faster than the bolt closing that it would be bad news. Not sure if bumping would let you do that or not. Never tried it...Penguin said:Im under the belief that bump-firing is really just the recoil of the rifle making it bounce against your stiff finger and and in essence just pulling the trigger again,there isnt any mods involved to the rifle and I dont see where any rifle that is safe to fire to begin with would have a problem.if someone knows different please enlighten me,anyday that you learn somthing new is a good day..
Oh Yeah im partial to my Norinco 84S
I think that the jury is still out on bump firing.hotbarrel said:Bump fire is as safe as the opperator.
Yes, and it SHOULD BE doing that even in bump-firing. I'm just trying to err on the side of safety and say that because bump-firing involves such a rapid trigger manipulation that it could, I say COULD, defeat the disconnector's function.hcpookie said:No that can't happen on an AK because the disconnector keeps you from pulling on the trigger until the bolt is in battery...
Yup, I got the pistol grip too, but it's not one the rifle. I might be selling the furniture soon. Since I have some woodworking skills I will be making some black Walnut furniture for it.mbakercad said:Sangrun,
Is that East German furniture?