The $99 AR-15 Bump Stock – Actually Works!! – Video Review

The Bump Fire Systems bump stock worked really well.  This is a screen cap from the video with several rounds of brass visibly in the air. If you haven't taken the bump stock plunge, this is the cheapest we've seen, and it works.

The Bump Fire Systems bump stock worked really well. This is a screen cap from the video with several rounds of brass visibly in the air. If you haven’t taken the bump stock plunge, this is the cheapest we’ve seen, and it works.

EDITOR NOTE: This stock is no longer available due to patent issues that have now been resolved.

Question. What is both more fun and more expensive than shooting your AR-15? The answer is shooting your AR-15 with a bump stock. We first covered the original bump stock in March of 2011, and at the time, I wondered if we would even see it still available a month later. The SlideFire Systems stock was $369, and in talking to the inventor of the stock, I was told that they arrived at that price purely out of hard business numbers. How much did they need to get for the stock in order to have the capitol to grow the company and develop new products? Our article here at GunsAmerica was the first major firearms industry news outlet feature story on the product, and that broke it nationally. As a company, SlideFire was born, and it continues to plug on. As I write this, the SlideFire stock is still $299.

Enter Bump Fire Systems. I encountered this stock through an ad on a firearms discussion board. It said “Bumpfire Stock $99.” I said no way, so I checked out the website and asked them for a sample. They sent me the stock you see here in the video and pictures. I don’t know anything about the company and any patent issues they may have with SlideFire, but this is not the first copy to appear on the market. It is the cheapest copy though! And OMG it works just fine, as you can see.

Installing a bump stock is easy. You remove the one screw that holds on the handgrip on an AR-15. Some ARs have an Allen wrench screw, but most these days have a large flathead.


You replace the handgrip with a plastic block, and be careful not to lose the safety lever spring, which is retained for use with the block.


Then just remove your buttstock by pulling down on the spring loaded adjustment pin, and slide the bump stock on in its place. The front of the bump stock has a groove for the block to slide in, creating the back and forth play that allows you to fire the gun really fast.


That’s it! Watch the video for how you use the $99 Bump Fire Systems stock, and HAVE FUN!!
The stock comes with the DOJ/BATFE letter that explains the legality of the stock, so bring it to the range with you just in case you come across an ignorant officer of the law or bootlicking dogooder who thinks your stock is illegal.


The whole thing comes in a pegboard plastic bag. I hope it stays $99, but grab one while you can.


{ 316 comments… add one }
  • Tony Brown April 18, 2018, 2:19 am

    Do slidefire stocks fit all AR-15 makes? I have a Ruger AR-556 and a Diamondback AR-15. Will any slidefire stock fit them and where can I get one for each of my rifles? I am looking for slidefire stocks, not bumpstocks.

  • Stewart higdon April 2, 2018, 11:59 pm

    I really need one for my collection..please help me

  • Robert Valdez March 24, 2018, 2:13 pm

    Just tell me how to order 3 of them

  • Allan Grams February 27, 2018, 9:01 pm

    Where and how can I get one for my AR-15?

  • john collins December 21, 2017, 11:05 am

    i want to order a push stock or slide fire let me know when and how mutch

    • S.H. Blannelberry December 21, 2017, 11:58 am


  • Tony December 19, 2017, 6:08 pm

    Does anyone know where I can get a bump stock for my At 10

    • Tony December 19, 2017, 6:12 pm

      I meant my ar 10

  • luis a gomez October 11, 2017, 3:27 pm

    where can i buy one

    • S.H. Blannelberry October 11, 2017, 4:09 pm


      • Randy Boyer November 7, 2017, 1:20 pm

        Where can I get one

      • john collins December 21, 2017, 11:07 am

        ar 15 bump stock

  • ken zoss October 10, 2017, 11:23 pm

    Can they work on dmps ar15 and do you still have supply and price let me know thanks

    • Mike hall October 13, 2017, 6:41 am

      Dpms oracle ar 15

      • Jerrod Taylor February 24, 2018, 2:28 pm

        I’m trying to find one for a DPMS Black Panther. Do you know if this stock will work on it.

  • Bob cvitkovich October 9, 2017, 12:32 pm

    Like to get a bump stock for a SKS and AR-15

  • Roger H Werner October 5, 2017, 10:10 pm

    I am an avid gun colector and have been you some time. I typically collect pre 1950 rifles, shotguns, and pistols. I have shown anti-gun people some weapons from the 1890s through 1960 and with very little debate, they confess that some are true works of art: They are mechanical marvels, engineered to perfection. I keep all my weapons in gun safes and I’d no more take out a loaded gun to show a friend than I would hand the a lit M80 firecracker. I feel absolutely dreadful about the Las Vagas murders and the Sandy Hook murders. I couldn’t stop them but then neither would I ever consider perpetrating such a heinous act. I support well conceived and effective gun laws. The problem is that most of the laws that exist, even in California that has the toughest gun laws in the country, often contradict their stated purpose and are ineffective simply because law makers don’t understand gun manufacturing and use. A perfect example is the assault weapons ban. By all means lets ban the AR15 in 5.56 mm and the AK47 in 7.62×39. But that leaves hundreds of semi-automatic rifles perfectly legal; rifles that fire bullets as fast s one pulls the trigger. The list of semi–automatic rifles would include such venerable collectors weapons as the M1 Garrand, and M1 Carbine, the Russian SKS, any civilian versions of the BAR, and dozens of other rifles and shotguns in calibers ranging from .17 to .44 magnum to .300 Winchester magnum. In fact, the list of semi-automatic weapons manufacturers and the various models each manufacturer produces so long, it is unimaginable that congress, or any state government for that mater, could realistically ban semi-automatic rifles.
    Assault rifles look cool, have nifty names, and some exotic and useful add on features. I cannot help but think that at least part of the reason for their skyrocket claim to fame is the publicity government agencies and gun control advocates gave this type of rifle begining in the 1980s. At the same time dozens upon dozens of semi-automatic rifles that had virtually the same fire power were ignored because generally those who attempt to pass gun regulations a. don’t know much about guns, b. know virtually nothing about gun culture, or gun use and how they are stored or used.
    The anti-gun ideology seems to be more is better. We might not know anything about what we wish to regulate but if we pass enough laws that will make us safe. I support aspects of control such as keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and those who are mentally unstable. I believe certain classes of weapons should be illegal such as machine guns, RPGs, hand grenades, and other weapons that have clear military application and no rational civilian use.
    The matter of semi-automatic rifles and pistols is an entirely different issue. There is a legitimate use for semi–auto rifles in hunting and targeting shooting. In as much as the SCOTUS ruled in Heller that Americans have a constitutionally guaranteed right to own guns unconnected with service in a militia for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense . Gun control advocates are left with passing laws that should be focused on keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and lunatics. I support such efforts 100%. I oppose laws whose sole purpose seems to harass honest, law abiding hunters, skeet and trap shooters, marksman, and collectors. Unfortunately most gun control laws are directed at honest citizens. Frankly, I really don’t care what individuals think of the second amendment and more that I care about those who oppose the 1st amendment. If gun control advocates wish to control guns they must focus on keeping guns out of the hands who would abuse them. I know dozens of gun owners and not one of them is dangerous to themselves or others. This to me begs the question; what is the most effective way of ensuring guns do not end up in the hands of would be killers and mass murders. With over 300 million guns in the American market today I’m at a compete loss how this cab be done; especially since so many of these aren’t even registered. I do know that the knee jerk reaction of passing gun control laws is a waste of time and money but since people demand legislatures do something any laws are past that are truly pointless.

    • Geo October 6, 2017, 11:09 am

      Well said!

    • James Kiesau October 6, 2017, 7:08 pm

      +O.K. legislatures how about you focus on mental health OF these people that are doing these terrible deeds. Anything short of a tree twig can be a weapon with deadly intent. Get much more intense background investigations in place before you can even get a gun permit. Compare the death toll of even the Vegas incident compared to all the people that kill on the highway with five DUI’S on their record. How about this–first DUI a $5000 fine and 5 years probation, 2nd DUI 15,000 fine and loose license for 5 years and 3rd DUI mandatory 2 year jail sentence. I guarantee these stupid SOB’S won’t leave the bar blowing a 1.5. It’s not the guns it’s everything from education at the dinner table with family to banning theses terrible violent video games where they make it a rewarding thing to do when kids play it and blow up people or mass kill people for points and a hope of a win on the play station. My god people—wake up. Weapons revolutionized society since the beginning of time. Guns formed our country, guns are such an important part of our modern and early American civilization how can anyone blame a “tool” of defense, of survival, of protection of property, there is just no argument in my mind. Yes legislation is always important in a democracy—that is the difference from a dictatorship to us guys!! Legislate more money for support and hospitalization for people of questionable stability. YOU CANNOT TELL PEOPLE IN 2017 TO LAY DOWN THEIR GUNS OR TELL THEM WHAT KIND THEY CAN OWN ANY MORE THAN WOULD HAVE BEEN ETHICAL IN 1875 WHEN AMERICA WAS BEING BORN!!!!!!! It’s easy to look at the small picture, that won’t fix anything. Thx.

    • Adam Vanderhoofven October 6, 2017, 7:47 pm

      I have to completely disagree with you. There is a reason that it was written in as the 2nd Amendment. It must have been pretty important. It was not written so the government couldn’t infringe on your ability to hunt deer. It was not written either to keep the government from infringing on your ability to defend your family. On the contrary, the founders knew the dangers of a government controlling an unarmed populace and that is the reason we have a 2nd Amendment. It is to protect us from a government takeover, the likes of which have plagued humanity since the dawn of time. Every new law they pass, and every person who believes in those laws is giving the freedoms we fought so hard to achieve right back over to the same fire breathing dragon responsible for more murder, more death, more torture than all other forms combined. Just because it hasn’t happened in our lifetime doesn’t mean it won’t happen. The people in government are never satisfied with the power the have, they always want more. And every little bit of our freedoms we give them willingly we probably will never see again, until the next great experiment that replaces the American experiment.

      • darin collins October 7, 2017, 7:28 am

        This is America not fucking Russia I own several bump fire ar’s they are a blast to shoot I will never get rid of them duck the gov’t

    • william victory October 10, 2017, 7:39 pm

      you sound like an intelligent individual so I’m stunned to see what you have authored as real common sense talk sir, astonished actually. You claim to be a hunter etc but then you fall right in w/one of many TOTALLY FALSE NARRATIVES ,AGAIN .I see it all the time , news says this and that and foolish folks fall for it EVERY DAMN TIME. I’m 66 seen it all over and over again . Seen lots of folks truly give away logic to mount a stupendous argument all the while calling it questioning “what can be done” MENTAL ,MENTAL ,MENTALLY ILL SIR!!
      No guns or peashooters for the mentally challenged , that is ALL that can or ever will be done cause if this gov ever tried taking guns it’d be a massacre of proportions nobody wants to even broach the subject cause its foolish reasoning as usual. WHEN any person attempts to make a law that’d be signed by some fool it’d be all over soon . Try taking 2-300 mil guns away of any sort, modded anyway you want to look at it …….PURELY LUDICROUS ,NOT A CHANCE EVER OF WORKING TO THE ADVANTAGES OF THE GOV ,THEY KNOW YOU KNOW IT AND EVERYONE KNOWS IT TO BE SO .

  • Carlton Sargent October 5, 2017, 5:30 pm

    OK people use cars, trucks, etc…do we ban those as well?

  • Dano October 5, 2017, 12:54 pm

    All of us armed responsible Americans need to stand up and let our voice be heard ! We need a armed responsible Americans day put on the calendar so we can use that day to totally remind the people that were still here and still responsible ! Guns don’t book hotel rooms , guns don’t jump on a elevator , guns don’t put key card in the door , guns don’t set up room as a snipers nest , and finally guns don’t pull it’s own trigger n kill ! Thoughts and prayers to the families and lost Ones –

    • Christopher J October 6, 2017, 10:05 am


      • Conor October 9, 2017, 6:36 pm

        I think the guns help

        • william victory October 11, 2017, 12:33 am


        • ERNIE February 5, 2018, 6:13 pm

          If any person wants to murder anyone they are going to do it no matter if it’s a butter knife or a spoon. So those that are against GUNS really need to shut up, or at least do their research before oping up their big mouths.

          • Don March 13, 2018, 11:26 am

            Ernie, the problem is that butter knives can’t commit mass murder. There is a reason mass killers use assault style weapons. They are made to kill quickly. I’m not against any ban, but saying a butter knife is in the same category as an AR fitted with a bump stock is plain dumb. With your rational, nukes should be legal. There is a reason they are not, because they have the ability to kill on a mass scale.

  • Dano October 5, 2017, 12:40 pm

    “” It’s not the guns or accessories for them we need to worry about ! It’s the lack of funding from federal government and local government for mental institutions and better ways how to diagnose a mental disability !! These people committing these horrendous crimes would be getting help instead of pictures of them being broadcast across hungry , misleading news networks ! If it was up to me big news networks woukd be banned ! They are one of biggest problems with this country today !!

  • ron October 5, 2017, 11:41 am

    Be thankful Steven Paddock, who could fly a plane, didn’t crash a fully fueled aircraft into the packed audience, killing many 1,000’s ….then what call for a ban on airplanes?

  • Omi October 4, 2017, 6:55 pm

    Where can I buy one? Everywhere is sold out. Asshole liberals are trying to ban them now ggrrr.

    • Mike_H October 8, 2017, 9:37 am

      Have you tried Cabela\’s?

  • Donald J Trump October 4, 2017, 2:30 pm

    You are killing people with your stupid toys. Stop it! Grow a pair, become a man, and put your stupid guns down!

    Make America Great Again!
    Donald J Trump

    • MPA2000 October 4, 2017, 5:04 pm

      Go ask your girlfriend for your balls back.

      • Talph October 5, 2017, 8:29 pm


      • Paula M December 19, 2017, 8:42 am

        HAHAHA !!!!!!!!!!

    • Trinity Dierck October 4, 2017, 10:24 pm


    • matt October 4, 2017, 11:07 pm

      why are you on weapons blogs and boards and not running the country instead?

      • Joseph Ellis October 5, 2017, 8:27 pm

        I really doubt that post was from Trump.

      • David October 6, 2017, 2:53 pm

        If you think that was actually Trump you have serious issues.

    • Mr Bill October 4, 2017, 11:31 pm

      I think it’s illegal to post in the president’s name… Hopefully the SS will be knocking on your door.

      • GOGHB October 7, 2017, 2:35 pm

        I do believe we are in AMERICA
        Where the one thing we still have is freedom of speech
        Whether we agree with it or not
        This ain’t Russia
        So take your SS and stick it where the sun is not supposed to shine
        I’m a gun owner and collected also some what liberal
        AMERICA has always been great if the LAWS are to be applied for all peoples in this huge melting pot of a nation
        I believe in the 2nd amendment hole heartedly but some people abuse a great thing making it bad for us all
        I do believe in concerned regulations, idiots, law breakers, people on drugs, alcohol abusers, illiterate people, people, who are not citizens of this country, etc,etc,etc,and etc should not have guns
        People who haven’t taken a federal fire arms training course and not standard B.S. course
        And people who can’t pass a standardized mental exam, again not a B.S. exam
        People who do not respect other peoples rights, religion, the color of there skin or ethnic back ground etc.
        None of the above should fire arms of any kind

        • Oracle Guy February 23, 2018, 1:38 am

          I like the guy who who wrote “hole heartedly” and later referred to illiterates

    • Jerry Hunt October 5, 2017, 3:00 am

      Not all of us go around killing people. Just because we want one doesn’t mean were going on a shooting spree. If you want to go down the stupid toy isle lets get the assholes who hop up there cars and drive 120 mph and wreck killing themselves and others -Better outlaw those performance parts or how about those people with micro brewery’s that get people drunk then they drive a car into people and kill them- How many people die due to drunk driving each year? sounds like we need to put Prohibition back into effect if you ask me. This all sounds stupid huh. Just like your statement. I just cant remember the last time I seen a fire arm running around killing people-Can you? So lets punish everybody for the actions on a few sick individuals- Sounds like Grade School all over. JUST REMEMBER-FIRE ARMS ARE ONLY AS STUPID AS THE PEOPLE USING THEM

      • R nygaard October 5, 2017, 11:55 am

        right on but it’s tough to figure out who the stupid ones are .I do not support the NRA but I do support sportsman automatic rifles have no business in the field or on the range where someone with no brains can pick it up or want to try it just like the hair trigger pistol I had I loved but it was not to be around other people that just don’t know what their doing like the range instructor that let A12 year old girl try out an auto at the range it got away on her and killed him it’s just an accident waiting to happen

        • Jon October 5, 2017, 10:36 pm

          What the hell are you talking about? Was that an asinine attempt at the world’s longest sentence? What type of “hair trigger pistol” did you own? Did you or do you own any firearms? I highly doubt it judging by your obviously made up comment. You sir, are a lying jackass and are a classic example of the left’s contempt for our constitution. Try to argue with honesty and facts…..oh yeah, I forgot, that doesn’t work for BS.

    • Mar Vil October 5, 2017, 4:27 am

      As soon as democrats get rid of the growing terrorist group ANTIFA. Documentary on One American News @OANN will tell you WHY so important for citizens (lawful) to keep their guns. The police are told to stand back. They have large buildings and blockes around them as they are finance by top people in the country including Soros & Clintons. Soro’s in there someplace with his billions. FIRST THING THEY WANT IS OUR GUNS. They are trying to blame GOP…and many GOP are in on this. with an under $300,000 paycheck, how do you think these elites become multimillionaires. So if you keep this up then your part of them

    • Jacob October 5, 2017, 8:05 am

      Hey trump this is jacob and I can tell you it’s not the guns or bump fire stocks that was responsible for all those people being killed its that mother fucking dumb stupid ass man with on fucking head over his shoulder so don’t be trying to ban this bump fire stock and at 15 ‘s because it’s not the gun fault all those people died it’s the fucking dumb ass behind the fire arm .

    • Csnuffer October 5, 2017, 11:43 am

      Sir it’s not the toys killing people it’s the idiots you guys let buy toys they souldnt have that are not responsible enough for if some one had the same gun and exs and used it to kill a terrorist or muder you people would praise that person and his gun remember I don’t Condon any actions like Las Vegas but it’s never the gun just the idiot .

    • T Holifield October 5, 2017, 10:45 pm

      As soon as you figure out how to make the killers give theirs up. The only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun. A hundred times more people die from smoking cigarettes than die by gunfire. Let the Government ban those. No, big tobacco pays way too many bribes and the Government profits from taxing smoking addicts. Yeah, I said addicts. You want a cause, try that one on for size.

    • Raylan Stone October 5, 2017, 11:08 pm

      Hey Donald
      At least I have a pair!! And my wife does not have them in a jar next to the bed or in her purse. Best you consider your remarks before you make them. Most of us voted for you. Remarks like this make some of us reconsider our vote. America will always be great with or with you!!!!
      Go play golf and let the real men of this country handle our weapons.

      • Fesler October 7, 2017, 4:04 pm

        Why would you people actually think that is Trump?

    • Robert Sulliven October 6, 2017, 6:33 am

      Mr.President I have waited over 40 years for you. Now tell me why are Americans paying for health insurance and why are illegals and refugees getting free government assistance and health insurance. Why are anchor baby birth certificate not read illegally born in the U.S. many Americans lost jobs because companies allowing illegals and not one paying taxes that mean illegals not paying taxes and companies not match taxes and workers comp so legals tax payers has to make up the difference. I am not talking about Mexican as the only illegals as I have works with Brasilian and they where bringing a full pay check no tax and I was paying taxes this is not fair for American. Also many drive without license and once pulled over are let go. They do t have junk cars as many drive new while Americans having a hard enough time to make end meet. Many buy farm and not 1 but 2-3 home in their home land and within 10 years have save around 200k USD and leave. I know because I was married to one that enter the U.S with a fake pass port. No one doing the job of the laws. I think part of the reason why our young generation gave up as who can buy a house making under 15.00 per hour when a house cost around 400k. Put the cap back on that Ronald Reagan had to remove and cause everything to Skyrocket. Like I said I I have waited for you over 40 years how was this I’ve have seen a picture of you in the newspaper didn’t know who you were just read your last name and I said this guy got to be a president someday I saw the look in your eyes and I said I would definitely vote for him when you said you were running my 85 year old father said he will vote for you and he had not voted since JFK. I hope one day I can meet you. Guns are not the problem because anyone can buy guns in the black market even machine guns.

    • Snoop Doug October 6, 2017, 9:12 am

      Pretty sure you are right Mr Bill, not only is it illegal for you to post online impersonating a federal official, but the higher up, more likely the stiffer the penalty. I think this person might want to sit in the corner and cower in fear of the FBI knocking on his door now, just as he has done by posting in the president’s name rather than his own. I just don’t get why people don’t understand that guns only kill people because of the people behind the trigger. What happened in Vegas is a horrifying tragedy and my prayers go out to all involved, but you can’t fix crazy by changing gun laws. I like to think I am neutral when it comes to politics because nobody is always right, but these ultra-liberals are all on-board when it comes to the kneeling thing because it is a first amendment right. So then, why do you think you or the government should get to deny the second amendment right to bear arms? Laws, especially constitutional ones, are in place for a reason, and should be maintained as the core basis of our laws for a reason.

    • Patti October 6, 2017, 6:00 pm

      Really? This comment sounds so stupid!!! We are killing people with our stupid toys?? Why didn’t the ATF catch that he bought all those guns in that short of a time??? That should have thrown a red flag!!! There are still responsible GUN OWNERS out here, not all are murders!!! The gun didn’t go off by itself! If anyone is to blame besides the guy that pulled the trigger it’s the ATF as well. Had they would have caught this, common sense, someone buying this many assault weapons tells you something isn’t right! Instead of blaming all gun owners point the finger back at yourself!!!! Prayers for the victims and the families involved!

    • Billy Hendrixson bi October 15, 2017, 11:42 am

      Mr President, Donald Trump,. Just because a crazy man upset don’t let the public gun grabbing people take away your backbone. I voted for you to make America Great Again. I shoot a lot of paper. Don’t Band the the. Butt Stock.

    • Ben C. Buttress January 31, 2018, 4:28 pm

      FAKE NEWS!! Our president no more wrote that than I wrote the Constitution! President Trump is a big fan of the NRA, an organization EVERY legal gun owner should be a member of. If we want our voices heard over the caterwauling of the snowflakes, the NRA is our best option. They stand for the 2nd amendment of the Constitution, wherein we are guaranteed the right to bear arms primarily as a method to oppose tyranny. What our friends on the left are calling “assault rifles” are nothing more than sporting rifles. They may resemble assault rifles, but the AR-15’s and the like are missing a couple of things to be a modern assault rifle. Namely full auto and 3 round burst (my personal favorite). The assault rifle ban accomplished nothing other than prohibiting sales of rifles with a “certain look”. The AR-15’s have no more capability (less, really) than a modern hunting rifle, which typically uses a much more deadly cartridge – and there are millions of hunting rifles in the capable hands of responsible, legal gun owners.
      There are basically 2 things the federal and state governments could do that would be effective in reducing gun violence: 1) Enforce existing gun laws to their full effect – no more community service, or plea deals to get less than felony charges! 2) Rigorous mental health screenings and treatment. Even though I’m a conservative leaning individual, I believe more of our tax dollars need to be spent on a completely revamped mental health diagnostic and treatment system. Lastly, even though I enjoy filling out the FBI form each time I purchase a firearm, I could accept waiting 7 days while a REAL criminal and mental health review is performed prior to allowing a completed purchase of firearms.

  • dumbdumb October 4, 2017, 9:57 am

    Dumb asses come here to comment on a 3 year old article..

  • lmaymi October 4, 2017, 12:24 am

    Would it work on a DPMS Panther AR-15?

  • lmaymi October 4, 2017, 12:19 am

    How does this effect the barrel?
    We (ARMY) use the three round bust to prevent the barrel from wearing.

  • Ken Sylvester October 3, 2017, 7:28 pm

    Where Can I buy the $99 Bump Stock???

    • frank's gun shop October 6, 2017, 8:31 am

      nowhere now…at least for $99…they’ve stopped taking orders…

    • robert October 18, 2017, 7:09 pm

      Are these going to be available for sale again, if so is the price going to go out of sight?

  • Tired October 2, 2017, 2:48 pm

    You people are sick. Why do you need to fire so much. Do you want your deer meat preground. No. One thing it is good for is killing. Target shooting is BS too. You want them tp “protect” you from bad elements? Right. No. Kill.

    • Bill October 3, 2017, 8:40 am


    • Matt C October 3, 2017, 5:55 pm

      The 2cd Amendment isn’t about hunting you idiot

      • WRONG October 6, 2017, 1:04 pm

        It’s about the right defend thyself from those who pose a life ending threat, AS WELL as hunting.

    • SLS October 3, 2017, 8:10 pm

      Agreed, these devices stir my contempt for all who take great joy in making noise and smoke, without concern for target placement. The only reason to use it in anger is to sew as much destruction as possible. There is no legit use.

      For those clowns who still insist that the second amendment is to insure that the citizenry be able to overthrow their government, these devices are not capable of competing with the more accurate purpose designed full auto military arms. They are best against unarmed civilians. The desire to skirt the intent of a automatic weapons ban while remaining legal is confusing. The more of these devices there are in the public arsenal the more likely we are to have unhinged Radical American Gunmen doing great harm to peaceful people.
      I am a hunter, and fully protect my right to defend against aggression, but these devices, and high capacity magazines have no purpose in peace time, or civilian possession. Law enforcement has proven that the rank and file officer has no need for high capacity magazines, such things only belong on the legitimate battlefield.

      • Kyle October 4, 2017, 5:39 pm

        Yeah maybe we could fight tyranny using paper scissors rock. Oh never mind you girls don’t like sharp objects either. Maybe we should ban vehicles also. I haven’t looked at statistics bug I bet they are among top of the list in killing people.

      • Greg October 4, 2017, 7:40 pm

        First off its not the guns fault, the problem is this nut job could have killed more if he used a bomb.This is sicking what this A$$hole has done, but you cant blame and take others rights away because a nut did the unspeakably. If you really want lives, stop the sell of alcohol, more people are killed a your by drunk drivers, and alcohol related deaths. After alcohol is ban, we need to stop vehicles from being made, more people are killed in car wrecks then by a guns. Why does a person need a bump stock, the only reason they need is the second-amendment. You can say they are not needed but only for killing, well why are cars made to go over 80 miles per-hour?? The highest speed allowed in the USA is 80 MPH, so why the hell are cars made and sold to go over 80 MPH and most can go over 100 MPH? Speed KILLS, I have been a cop for 15 + years, I have awoken several family’s at 2 or 3:00 am to tell the family their child will not be coming home ever again! I have done that many times, but never have I had to inform anyone their family member was shot and killed!

      • Rj October 5, 2017, 12:20 am

        SLS….with your concern for noise, can I put you down in support of the push to allow suppressor. Be kind to your neighbor.

    • stacy pardue October 4, 2017, 1:08 am

      go to a cooking website if you dont like guns

    • tired of that person TIRED October 4, 2017, 4:05 am

      We know that persons never fired a weapon ^^^^^^. Its a perfectly legal add on and a great one I’m looking to pick up i might add. If only they would come back into stock.

      • Kyle October 4, 2017, 5:41 pm

        I think they should be standard on every msr. And hanging for that matter. And crossbowa. And sling shots.

    • Tracy October 4, 2017, 4:15 am

      Must be from the LEFT

    • Chris October 4, 2017, 7:41 am

      People who don’t know the history of this country say it’s about killing. No one need a car that driver’s faster then 70 mph but they have sports cars that do 200+ no where is it legal to go 200+ in the US. Stop blaming the gun. We all have different interests, isn’t that what makes America unique. Until you have a motive, you can’t defend against this. The other thing is that the news your listening to, never reports how people who carry guns save their lives and others. Where do these mass shooters attack? Places where we disarm people. I believe that we have a very dysfunctional society that breeds hate.

    • bob October 4, 2017, 10:43 am

      you really are a head case. when TSHTF, don’t look to hide you ass behind someone who has the means and desire to survive. people like you snowflakes are the ones who will be the downfall of our precious freedoms.

    • Thor October 4, 2017, 11:04 am

      Who hunts Deer with a Fully Auto Rifle? NO ONE YOU MORON!!!

    • Russ Nichols October 4, 2017, 1:52 pm

      ‘Assault rifles’ are the best INSURANCE during a calamity with the police nowhere to be found.
      BTW: I live self-sufficient outside the city limits in a rural area, so this is a real concern…

      • frank's gun shop October 6, 2017, 8:37 am

        even urban dwellers could find them handy in the event of a “civil disturbance”…and, of course a natural disaster can occur anywhere…in these situations you may find yourself on your own for awhile……

    • T.Tripp October 4, 2017, 3:05 pm

      Why is target shooting BS? Go pick some more flowers and leave us along!

    • cmbatuk October 4, 2017, 5:04 pm

      I want one of these to defeat climate change!

    • FUCK OFF LIBERAL SCUM October 4, 2017, 9:30 pm

      so i should just drop my guns and man up you say…. so what do i tell the intruder to my $3.7 Million dollar estate? do i tell him to put down him gun and fight me like a man??? Do i call the police which are located 9.2 miles away? by the way there is not FWY so they have to take surface streets… so at 60 mph on streets marked 35mph they will be here at 60mph in 9 min 20 Seconds from the time they enter their vehicle, they still have to suit up and boot up so that takes another 5 min. so with your thinking pattern, i would die. no criminal obeys gun laws and they dont source them legally so restrictions dont really help at all. criminals will always do as they please and so will psychopaths. waiting 14min 20 sec for police to arrive at my home and then they need to access the situation they dont know if theres 1,2,3,4,5 people robbing me and they cannot endanger themselves idiot!!! so it might be 20 minutes before any real help enters my home meanwhile my children are dead, my wife raped and me my multi million dollar life gone with a gun shot, while the robber who prepared cut my phone lines and jammed my cell service so the police never were called to begin with..therefor I PACK AN ARESENAL, if someone comes to my home to hurt my family, i dont need a cell phone, an alarm system to call police, i just need my arsenal and my vest, ill eliminate the threat and then i will call the cops to clean up the mess i left!I FEEL VERY BAD FOR THE LOSS IN VEGAS, BUT IT DOES NOT GIVE LIBERAL SCUM THE RIGHT TO KEEP THINKING DUMB AND NOT UNDERSTANDING THE BIGGER PICTURE!!!IF OTHER GUESTS HAD WEAPONS. IF THE HOTEL HAD RIFLES WITH SOME OF THEIR GUARDS, IF THE HOTEL XRAYED BAGGAGE CAPABLE OF HOLDING MORE THAN A CELL PHONE! THEY DO IT AT THE COURTHOUSE, THEY DO IT AT SCHOOLS, THEY DO IT AT AIRPORTS EVERYWHERE! NOW WHY CANT THEY SPEND SOME OF THAT ILL GOTTEN GAMBLING MONEY (THE MONEY THEY TOOK FROM PEOPLE TOO DUMB TO KNOW WHEN TO QUIT AND THROW THEIR LIVES DOWN THE TOILET) I MEAN THEY MAKE ALL THAT MONEY, SOME LIVES ARE DESTROYED MAKING IT, MAYBE IF THEY FORWARD THANK AND UNDERSTOOD WHAT THEY REALLY DID, ITS NOT ENTERTAINMENT TO SOME, SOME HAVE A DISEASE AND THROW THEIR FAMILY DOWN THE DRAIN. SOME CRAZY ENOUGH TO BET IT ALL MIGHT JUST COME BACK AND SHOOT IT UP, NOT SAYING THATS WHY THE IDIOT pos DID IT IN VEGAS, I KNOW HE HAD MONEY.. BUT IF HIS BAGS WERE SCANNED LAW ENFORCEMENT WOULD OF AND COULD OF BEEN NOTIFIED AND HE COULD HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM HOTEL, THEY COULD HAVE LET HIM INTO THE ROOM FOR THEIR SAFETY AND SAID NOTHING TO HIM BUT CALL THE POLICE AND LET THEM HANDLE IT, HE WOULD HAVE NEVER SPENT 3 DAYS IN THAT ROOM, HE WOULD HAVE BEEN ASKED TO LEAVE AND DOCUMENTED AT LEAST, MAYBE EVEN A 72 HOUR MENTAL HOLD COULD HAVE BEEN FORCE IF HE SEEMED UNSTABLE WHILE ANSWERING POLICE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE REASON FOR SO MANY WEAPONS IN A HOTEL WERE KIDS COME WITH THEIR FAMILY…GOD BLESS THE INNOCENT AND THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN THAT USED THEIR LIFE TO SHIELD THE LIVES OF OTHERS AND WHO EVEN IN THE FACE OF DEATH AND GUN FIRE ROSE TO THEIR FEET TO HELP OTHERS IN NEED

      • Czrhnds October 4, 2017, 11:12 pm


      • anonyshit October 5, 2017, 5:13 pm

        Whoa, we got the thought popo here. Thinking ain’t a right like gun ownership.
        inb4 liberal fascists are the ones that actually want censorship spew

  • edteach August 2, 2017, 5:15 pm

    I bought one of these for 99 bucks. I have a Colt and a PSA lower. I had to fit the grip replacement part and stock to make it work. It was too tight for the grip replacement block to fit either of the lowers. I had to sand it out to make it fit. Once that was done the block when tight was crooked to the stock and would bind up. I had to place a shim in the block to make it fit. Very poor workmanship on this thing.

    • Ryan August 6, 2017, 7:47 pm

      From where?

  • Steven K Richards March 25, 2017, 7:46 pm

    I love this thing. I paid for it, and it was at my door within 3 days. It was a little fiddly trying to get the grip block on and positioned for sliding freely. It took quite a bit of force and spring to fit it, and a bit of filing to fine tune the slide, but I got it pretty quickly. The fit and finish are horrible. Some mold lines were pretty nasty and sharp, but a small file and some 320 sand paper cleaned them all up nicely. After tweaking it into place and cleaning it up, it functions flawlessly. It’s super easy to catch on to. First try and you are on fire. I hope you have access to A LOT of reasonably priced ammo. I installed it on my PSA AR 15. It will blow through a 30 rnd mag in around 2 seconds, flawlessly, every time. It’s equally as easy to catch on to doing bursts too.

    The adjustable stock type would be a big improvement, but quite a bit more money. You can’t go wrong for this price. I highly recommend it, as long as you are mildly capable of making minor adjustments.

  • Josue anguoano February 5, 2017, 5:36 pm

    Will this same Ar-15 slide fire FIT in a Ar-10?

  • john schuffert February 4, 2017, 9:07 am

    It’s crap, won’t work. If you install the grip block and tighten the retaining screw the stock won’t slide. take the screw out and it will work but then the grip block slides down and the safety lever spring falls out. Save your money.

    • Wiley October 4, 2017, 1:45 am

      I will buy it from you

  • Steven Maynard December 21, 2016, 11:56 am

    I have a DPMS AR-15 with a commercial buffer tube. Will the Bump Fires Systems stock work on it?

    • Steven Maynard January 15, 2017, 7:33 am

      Called DPMS as I have a commercial spec buffer tube. They said it would work. Got one and it worked beautifully with no problems whatsoever. Great product for $99.00. so why invest in a Slide Fire!

      • Jalan October 3, 2017, 7:07 pm

        Where can I purchase one of these, I read the reviews but it didn’t have a website.

      • Darr247 October 4, 2017, 11:04 am

        Well, for one thing, SlideFire’s $299 offering includes more than just the bump stock… it also includes their $40 recoil shock absorber and $180 3.5lb trigger assembly. Sounds $20 cheaper to me to buy the whole package in 1 kit. That is, if you could even buy one; the combination of so many people trying to buy one before our knee-jerk congress bans them, DOS attacks by communist hacker groups making their websites inaccessible and facebork killing their business account, has made them as hard to find as that alleged buried treasure chest somewhere in the southwest.

  • Stuart522 December 5, 2016, 10:09 am

    will this work on an M-14? already has adjustable stock, not wood furniture.
    I prefer it over the ar-15.

    -retired Infantry Instructor (before anyone wants to start deriding me on that statement)

  • Nick Barnhill November 26, 2016, 11:01 am

    Ordered my bumpfire stick about a month ago…very easy to install…finally had the opportunity to fire it on my omni 556…all I can say is WOW!!!! Flawless and works great…great experience from ordering online to install to firing my firearm…thank you for a great product

    • Vince December 6, 2016, 11:38 pm

      How did you remove the pistol grip on the omni hybrid I’ve looked online and it’s not explained and obviously don’t take a flat head

      • Jim Campbell January 18, 2017, 8:09 am

        Vince, it takes a long allen wrench, not sure what size. I also have an Omni Hybrid.

    • Tom March 13, 2017, 8:33 pm

      Where can I order a Bump Fire Stock?

  • Jeff November 9, 2016, 6:02 pm

    11/09/16 I ordered one of the AR units for on my Ruger AR556 last Wed. and it showed up the next Tuesday of the following week.The directions are simple, and youtube has plenty of videos on how to install these. For 99.00 bucks, I didn’t expect much, and the install only required knocking off a little flashing and playing with how it fit together. I’m new at this AR thing, and really any weapon of this type but I got it to go together just fine. I took it outside today to try out, and dumped a 30 round clip on my first pull of the trigger. Make sure you watch the youtube videos on how to use it also, this will help you make sense of how one of these work. Would I buy another one? Sure would, they do just what they say they will do, just keep back some money to buy yourself some more ammo, your going to need them.Bumpfire Systems, a big Thank you from me to you, your product does what it says it will, and that’s hard to find in this day and age. Again, Thank You,

    • Dp January 1, 2017, 6:59 pm

      Jeff I just put mine on and I can only get off a few rounds at a time. Any suggestions?

      • Gunrunner February 11, 2017, 2:14 pm

        Hey, Dp. I have an original Slidefire unit, and it works great, but, you have to play with the unit to get it to do what you want. I found that if I push and hold, or “lock” the rifle forward, and pull to the rear with the stock, I can do just about anything I want, from single shots, to running a whole mag. With some practice, and a little upper body strength, it’s pretty accurate, at least as far as full auto is accurate. When I try to go the way that is recommended, by locking the stock into my shoulder, and pushing forward, the best I could get was a 3 round burst. Like I said, you have to play with it a bit. Hope it works as good for you as mine does for me. It’s literally a blast…

  • Rem870 October 20, 2016, 5:58 am

    Looks like a lot of fun 🙂

  • Matt October 10, 2016, 3:37 am

    Can anyone tell me if is still selling these stocks?

    • Jim Campbell January 18, 2017, 8:10 am

      Yes, bumpfire is in business. I received mine the other day and have installed it. Just waiting to get to the range to try it out.

  • Hector Cortes October 8, 2016, 6:34 pm

    Will this work with the m&p 15 .556?

    • Paul Helinski October 8, 2016, 9:30 pm

      It would have but they went out of business lol.

  • Tim Dyer October 7, 2016, 11:07 am

    hi can you give me your number so i may order $99 bumpstock

  • Evgenii September 22, 2016, 4:29 am

    Good day! Which Bump Fire Stock I can install on a Saiga 12 with a folding stock?

    • Jb October 13, 2016, 9:36 pm

      Can’t.they don’t work on the Sig.sorry

      • Radio1 October 2, 2017, 11:00 pm

        He said Saiga not Sig.

  • J.R. August 23, 2016, 1:13 am

    And, they’re gone lol

  • Ron June 18, 2016, 4:14 pm

    Purchased on Amazon for $99. Free shipping for Prime members and no issues with packaging as I have seen in other posts.

    • Tim Dyer October 6, 2016, 8:40 pm

      so its $99 whats the total cost

      • Paul Helinski October 6, 2016, 8:57 pm

        It doesn’t exist anymore, but you’re a fucking idiot anyway because how much could shipping be?

  • Tyler April 21, 2016, 1:52 pm

    We have all configurations of these available on our site for 95$ shipped.

    • steve September 24, 2017, 12:47 am

      I have an sks sporter mounted on a sabertooth mk-ll stock by matador arms and would like to know if the bumpfire could be fitted to it or has anyone tried to do this with the mk-ll ?
      It is made to take an ar style screw in butt stock !

  • Gene April 7, 2016, 9:52 pm

    Ordered Bump Fire for AK on 22 March. Was charged $105.00 to my CC. $6.00 of that was listed as priority 2 day shipping. In 29 March emailed their CS. On 1 April received a reply that shipping had overlooked it and it would ship on 4 April. As of today still no stock. I guess $99.00 is to good to be true.

    • Jimmy May 20, 2016, 5:16 pm

      I ordered mine on 5/17/16 an got it today 5/20/16, I went too Amazon .com 99.99 Iam happy

  • Kevin Scott April 6, 2016, 8:03 pm

    Worst quality in a product I have ever bought so far. Ebay has better quality then this. Fast shipping yeah, I give them that. 2 thumbs, but even the quality in their shipping is horrible. They just threw it in a white envelope. The plastic is cheap, the grip is VERY wide. I have big hands and have problems engaging the selector switch. The installation was simple. VERY simple. thumbs up. The stock is very loose and wobbly. I would return for a full refund if I didn’t have to pay the shipping. I’ll just try to sell it at the next upcoming Gun Show. Spend the extra $$$ and buy a better quality bump stock.

    • rogertc1 November 1, 2016, 5:33 pm

      LOL..ebay does not make anything. Just a seller…LOL

  • rj March 16, 2016, 11:20 pm

    veryfast ship good guys thanks

  • gary March 11, 2016, 1:30 pm

    Can’t get my bump start to work gun shoots semi-automatic every time but can’t get more than a few shots maybe with a bump start any suggestions

    • rj March 16, 2016, 11:22 pm

      it takes a while to learn i started with my belt loop so this is like butter

  • Hunter February 23, 2016, 3:24 pm

    Horrible communication, product still hasn’t shipped after 5 days( clames 1-3 days for delivery) company won’t contact me back about a refund or the location of my stock

    • Esperanza Segeada March 22, 2016, 6:04 pm

      Customer service number is 1 305307 1305

  • Chip Channell February 17, 2016, 6:53 am

    Very good company I ordered the right handed one and needed a left handed one the sent the left without a hassle no argument or extra shipping or anything thanks a million

  • shawn February 16, 2016, 6:51 pm

    I was wondering will this work on my windham AR15 WW-15 7.62×39? Thanks because I’m really interested in it and when I bought my AR I should have asked this first and another thing that disappointed me was i can’t find a larger clip I really wanted the 100 round one but I guess that’s what I get for not really taking the time to figure out if and what i wanted would work with every I wanted to do with it…if you could help in any way and lead me in the right direction to get what I want out of this because I’m a 110% believer in oír 2nd amendment….Thanks again Shawn

  • prunecuda February 1, 2016, 12:32 pm

    You don’t need one, you say? I don’t need a Ferrari, a Shelby, or a Lamborghini either… but I want one.

  • Sam37pontiac January 18, 2016, 10:24 am

    Does any one show or tell me how much modification needs to be done on an ATI AR 15 223? Thanks

    • Paul Helinski January 18, 2016, 10:40 am

      None. It is a milspec AR made out of plastic with embedded steel parts.

    • Jeff April 4, 2016, 1:34 pm

      It worked Ok on the Windham Weaponry MPC AR15 M4 but it had too much slide, I made a spacer .595″ long and double sided taped it to the rear of the buffer spring slot, now it is awesome !
      You can get a rotary 100 round mag online from a lot of places.

    • JAMES CAMPBELL January 15, 2017, 6:52 pm

      With the ATI I had to remove a bit of plastic at the trigger guard. Just a small hacksaw and a file, and it started working just fine.

  • Steve January 15, 2016, 3:54 pm

    Installed mine on an DPMS AR-15. Worked very well. Only drawback is that it goes thru a 30 round clip in seconds. Love it

    • tito jackson June 19, 2016, 12:15 am

      30 round clip you say…

  • Andy January 13, 2016, 12:48 pm

    I put one on my ruger 762 and holy smokes! Nothin beats sending lead like that for a hundred bucks!!

  • Larry Hall January 11, 2016, 12:02 pm

    I ordered a bump fire system on Dec 30 and paid for it at the same time. My credit card was charged for the item the same day, Dec 30. I was sent a tracking number, but to this day IT has not been trackable, I called the USPS tracking and they have never received that number from anyone. today is Jan 11 2016, and still nothing. I do believe this is a scam, HELL IT WAS A SCAM, avoid these people, AS THERE IS NO WAY TO CONTACT THEM AT ALL, AS OTHERS HERE HAVE COMMENTED ON. SO MUCH FOR A GIFT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Dave January 29, 2016, 5:20 pm

      I had the same problem. I called and emailed them and never got a reply. So I put a dispute in with my credit card and finally they sent it. Worst online company I have ever dealt with. I will never do business with them again.

  • Wyatt January 9, 2016, 5:03 pm

    They left out parts and no way to contact them I would just like my money back, the stock is useless without all the parts

  • Jay December 28, 2015, 11:27 pm

    I have a Ruger .223. Will this fit that rifle?

  • Mark Swarbrick December 24, 2015, 4:46 pm

    For those who say we shouldn’t have bumpfire because we don’t “need” it, I want to provide some education as to the real purpose of the 2nd Amendment and why owning an AR-15 and bumpfire if wanted is important…

  • Jay December 18, 2015, 3:58 pm

    Does anyone know if this bumpfire stock work with the S&W M&P 15-22, just asking …

    • Russ January 5, 2016, 8:03 pm

      I have the “slide fire” on my s&w m&p . It will indeed work. The learning curve is a little bit longer but it will work

  • Mr right December 6, 2015, 10:31 pm

    First for all you crying about oh no someone will use this in a bad way, this is NOT the first bump fore out there! News flash.

  • Lowell October 26, 2015, 7:58 pm

    Will the Bump Stock work with a Sig P556?

  • Big Mike October 26, 2015, 12:37 pm

    Thank You four fathers and everyone who died for my rights to being American!Now I can buy the things I want,when I want.That’s a privilege for all you who have comments about our sweet country!Buy the bump stock it’s awesome for gun enthusiasts!

  • Taylor May 7, 2015, 9:18 am

    Ordered mine on Monday night and got it 2 days later on Wednesday afternoon, it took me only 3 minutes to install on my S&W MP-15. Make sure you have a set of “long” allen wrenches to reach into the pistol grip. Im posting a very useful and concise instructional youtube video:

  • Jeff April 15, 2015, 11:16 pm

    Put a murderous criminal psycho behind the wheel of a car and he could potentially kill a half dozen innocent people, put him behind the wheel of a bus he could kill allot more. Does this mean we outlaw buses so they don’t get into the “wrong hands”?
    I think we need to look at eliminating the real problem.

  • WILLIAM March 17, 2015, 2:56 pm


  • Steve February 24, 2015, 1:28 pm

    How do you remove your old stock. Is there a video of this installation?

  • Israel February 5, 2015, 2:00 pm

    Can you put this on the s&w m&p 15 sport with out any other additions??

    • Taylor May 7, 2015, 9:10 am

      Hello Israel, I doubt you are still concerned about the compatibility of the bump fire system with your S&W MP-15 Sport, considering that it has been quiet some time since you posted the question, but “YES” it fit my S&W MP-15 Sport flawlessly. It took me maybe three minutes to install. The most useful tip I can lend, is to make sure you have a set of “LONG” allen-wrenches to reach into the pistol grip, I had to use pliers and a short allen wrench to remove my pistol grip (I do not recommend this route). I am posting the instructional youtube video below this comment, enjoy!

  • Kevin Collins February 1, 2015, 11:05 pm

    Bought two, problem is they are made for right handed shooters, not left. Company doesn’t post a phone number on their website. What now?

  • Mike January 25, 2015, 2:34 am

    I really want to purchase one, and have been watching plenty of videos on this product. what concerns me is that in a fighting situation, there would be, for the lack of better terms, too much going on with having to push forward while firing, etc…and processing everything else going on at that time. Or does making the bumpfire operate reliably just become muscle movement after a while, and that really shouldn’t be a concern at that point. What about durability, is it durable enough to hold up under combat conditions? I’m not trying to be a funny guy here, just trying to make an informed purchase; ease of use and durability. Thanks guys.

  • Fuhrman January 20, 2015, 11:53 pm

    I order mine and in 2 days it was there!!!!!!!! i had it installed and working in 5 mins. By the second 30 round clip, i dumped the clip…………..AWESOME!!! So impressed my friends I had to order 3 more………and presto 2 days later they were in the mailbox!!! Amazing, is all I can about this company!! Keep up all your great work!!!

  • foxhunter January 14, 2015, 9:08 am

    I ordered Jan 12 and it’s here at my house Jan 14

    • Administrator January 14, 2015, 10:37 am

      Thanks for the positive comment. They are rare.

      • Ryan schrader September 27, 2016, 11:28 pm

        I just ordered mine. Now getting worried because I haven’t heard anything. Please make a believer out of me admin!

  • dewey January 9, 2015, 8:14 am

    I recently ordered a bumpfire stock from the website and got screwed. No email replys and no stock. This particular website is a scam. dont order from you will just lose your money!!!

    • Administrator January 9, 2015, 3:10 pm

      Maybe because it is Everyone else seems to have gotten theirs.

      • Phillip Ivey August 10, 2017, 10:11 pm

        I got my stock but missing the module that replaces the pistol grip please help me

  • Jonathan January 5, 2015, 11:07 am

    I ordered mine December 30th and it arrived the January 2nd. I trimmed it slightly and sanded it a little to give some room around the buffer tube. My buffer tube is a little out of clock, so I’ll need to rotate it slightly. I have not used it yet, but the quality looks good and I am quite pleased with the product.

    • jonathan January 23, 2015, 2:30 pm

      I corrected the position of my buffer tube and finally test fired it. All I can say is WOW. It was really easy to use and I emptied a mag on the first try.

  • JS January 2, 2015, 4:07 pm

    Ordered 12/26. Got it 1/2. Looks better than in the pictures. Feels more solid than expected. Had to trim a bit around the buffer tube so it would slide more freely. I put a little gun grease in the groves on the pistol grip block, too. Now slides very smooth. Pleased with the quality so far. Hope it works!

  • Joe January 1, 2015, 2:11 pm

    More comments… the only thing that bugged me about this stock is it doesn’t look like it will be easy to get a cushy rubber butt pad on it like I have on my DPMS issue stock. The bump fire stock needs better rims around the butt portion to lock onto a rubber pad. Yes, I’m perfectly happy with the 6 position DPMS Pardus stock, no reason whatsoever to upgrade just to spend more money. On the other hand, it only takes a screwdriver and <2 minutes to switch stocks, which is what I'll do at the range or if zombies (liberals?) start to attack.

    • Mike January 3, 2015, 4:56 am

      No offense meant but.. If you NEED a cushy rubber pad on a .223 you probably should look for another hobby… Even with a 100 round double drum I wouldn’t much worry about a cushy pad…

  • joe January 1, 2015, 1:47 pm

    I bought and installed the Bump Fire Systems stock, looks great, haven’t run it yet but every indication is that it will work just like the expensive brand. I’ve seen youtube reviews from prominent gun sites that poo-poo them as a waste of ammo.. I say they should ask George Custer if he’d have wanted an AR and one of these at Little Big Horn! If the financial system collapses, or the government comes to round us up in internment camps, you’re going to want one of these too, and a lot more ammo! Buy it all now, pass it on to the kids and grandchildren. History is proof that all governments go horribly wrong.. eventually. Gun control? Worried about bad guys? For the first time in American history (yes, the first time), more good guys have powerful firearms than the bad guys. Of course the gooberment is pissed, they’re afraid they’ll have to damage valuable resources trying to round us all up. Apache helicopters and MRAPs may eventually win out, but they’re easily captured when their roosts are a few miles away, and citizens can generate plenty of suppressive fire. Keep that in mind.

  • Rod Stewart December 31, 2014, 12:12 am

    Need question answered ,,,,PLEASE ? will the bump fires systems ” LEGALLY ” ATTACH TO A REGISTERED – AR15 / traditional AR Pistol with the buffer tube extending from the rear of the AR14 Lower Receiver ?
    I have the SigTac arm braces on the AR registered , lower PISTOLS ..And what fun they are too . from what I have read This Forum knows a whole lot of answers

    • JS December 31, 2014, 10:33 am

      I don’t know what an “AR14” is or what it is “registered” as. If you meant AR15, then why wouldn’t it? Except some pistol tubes are too large and I think you are supposed to use a 6 position type tube if you want to be able to lock it in place for single shot mode and also so it won’t slide off the end of the tube. You might have to get a new tube. Hopefully it is “registered” as an SBR, because that’s what it will be with this stock on it.

    • JS December 31, 2014, 11:05 am

      To clarify my previous post…NO, it will not be legal on a pistol lower unless you go through (or have already gone through) the BATFE and pay $200 for it to be classified as a Short Barreled Rifle.

  • Arne Pederson December 30, 2014, 1:56 pm

    I’ve had the slide fire version for a couple of years now. Nothing but fun. Didn’t work on my m&p 15 22, needs a lighter trigger. Everyone that tries it gets the same goofy smile and says “more”. As for my needs, they might be different from yours. I just need to have fun occasionally.

    • Joe m October 25, 2016, 4:09 am

      Drop in a Rise Armament 99 dollar 3.5 lb trigger. That should do the trick !!

  • thomas December 30, 2014, 1:51 pm

    It’s not a matter of “need” it’s a matter of having something the almighty King Obama, doesn’t think I should have. The more the Government tries to regulate, the more honest real American Citizens will push back. I’ll be willing to put up a paycheck, more guns have been sold since the Liberals have been trying to ban them. When are these fools going to realize it is futile to try to ban guns? It’s like telling anyone with an ounce of backbone, “you can’t do that”

  • Mark Thompson December 29, 2014, 9:40 pm

    What e-mail are you using to contact them. I ordered one on Dec. 2nd and have been billed for it. Still haven’t received it as of 12/29/14 and they haven’t answered my e-mails.

    • JS December 30, 2014, 10:58 am

      I did not have to e-mail them. They sent me a confirmation e-mail and then I got a “Stamps.Com” e-mail with a tracking number. The tracking number works, but the status was not updated yet. That’s pretty typical of “Stamps.Com”, though. It’s a pretty useless site.

  • JS December 29, 2014, 7:21 pm

    I just ordered one on 12/26. They shipped it today.
    Anyone know if a light trigger will work better with this, or is the heavy stock trigger better?

  • Steve Culver December 29, 2014, 12:10 pm


    I finally received my Bumpfire on December 24 after ordering on December 2. Although there were problems getting the order shipped I am satisfied with the product. The design and fit and finish all seem to be of good quality. I have not yet had the chance to use the Bumpfire yet but will sure to post some comments as soon as I do.

    Happy New Year everyone!

  • tim smith December 22, 2014, 8:40 pm

    will this work on the bushmaster carbon 15 ?

  • Steve Culver December 22, 2014, 12:46 pm

    Looks like I’m not the only one having ordering problems. I placed an order on 12/2/2014. I emailed them on 12/9 and was told it would ship within a week. I wrote again on 12/18 asking it the Bumpfire had shipped yet and received the response below….

    During the rush orders on 12-2, same order was assigned to 2 buyers. Only one was shipped that’s why we couldn’t see another order.
    Please send us your mailing address. We can see only billing. Your order will be out on Monday. Tracking will be sent by
    We apologize for the inconvenience, due to the holidays we have large amount of orders which cased overwriting of orders.
    Again, we are terribly sorry for the longer waiting time. Thank you for your understanding.
    BumpFire Systems Team

    I sent them an email with my shipping address, which is the same as my billing address, the same day I received the above email. I did not receive any tracking from on Monday as they said so I’m not holding my breath.

    Not yet ready for prime time.


    Steve Culver

  • Carl Jones December 12, 2014, 4:09 pm

    I put my order in for the bumpfire system on 12/3/14 it is now 12/12/14 and have not received it yet. The company says that it was shipped on two different dates . Then I received an e-mail on 12/11/14 saying that there was a mistake and it was not shipped. . They said I would get in eight to ten days even when they charge for priority shipping. All I can say is I’m not real happy!!! They also don’t list a phone # where they can be reached.

  • Jerry December 10, 2014, 9:18 pm

    I ordered this on the 2nd. They claimed they shipped it on the 5th. I have not received it yet. They billed my credit card 3 days before they allegedly shipped it. Something is starting to smell fishy.

  • BOBBYG December 8, 2014, 2:03 pm

    Hogs…LOOK OUT!!!

  • Jerry December 3, 2014, 6:06 pm

    As a former active Navy SEAL… Hooya! Any weapon regardless of it being an edged one or firearm, is only as deadly /dangerous as the person wielding it!

  • YANKEEBILL December 3, 2014, 8:27 am

    UPDATE: I just now (0820 EST) placed an order with BumpFire Systems, on their web site, without a problem. I even received an e-mail confirmation of my order. I hope everything goes okay, and I receive my stock within a reasonable time period.

  • gary sheldon December 2, 2014, 7:29 pm

    I do not believe a law abiding American ought to be required to have a special permit to own a FIREARM that can fire full auto. People here illegally ought NEVER be allowed to purchase ANY firearm,…………EVER! Possession of the same is grounds for IMMEDIATE removal from this one nation under God! If you are an “american” by gumMINT amnesty you may never own a firearm. EVER.

  • Jason December 2, 2014, 7:13 pm

    The ATF approved these stocks as NON automatic weapons. I actually just got one of these very stocks today. It IS fun, but I won’t be doing it alot. 4 th of July kind of stuff. There are some very good videos out there on bump fire SAW ideas for those of you that think all they do is waste ammo. We tge people are supposed to be a militia fir the Republic. The 2 ND amendment ain’t about hunting.

  • Otihc Seyer December 2, 2014, 5:58 pm

    It’s called freedom…and I love it!!!

    • Kevin Cotton February 27, 2015, 8:35 am

      And we are losing them at an alarming rate!

  • Michael December 2, 2014, 4:32 pm

    We are a Republic first.. Who ever said Democracy was Equal is a Liar !

    Thank God .The POTUS Mr. Ronald Reagan Signed into Federal law the F.A.P.A. for Licensed Gun smith and FFL shop Gun Owners. and any one who is a hobbyist too.

    And I say Sunset the ATF..Let the Local County Sheriffs do the Deeds. Stop asking for federal Grants and keep the taxes in the states Itemize what it cost to run our States and A National Guard and Militias and send a Small check with our reps Escorted by our US Senate to D.C..
    Time to term Limit (8 and out for ever) as State Governors too.and disqualify Anti Bill of rights, gunners in the U.S Senate .and Congress.

    I do not need anyone’s permission,but common senses by God to make a decision to train and learn about Fire arms and why we have a Military and the CMP . I say Sh^&**t can the ATF and prosecute repeat offenders and any Immediate hanging to any one who uses lethal force against a no weapon in hand force aganst an un armed Human private or public on U.S. Soil, not in the act of law enforcement,And for Unlawful human or Animal (Domestic or Wildlife Un Godly slaughter) Euthenising humans Or less then lethal on the innocent period. ie home Invasion and Robbery.or In the Public View any where USA. with any deadly force weapons.that commit bodily harm. and or death,. against a legal lawful American Citizen.if you get caught using any type of C II C III type weapon on U.S Soil against America interest on U.S.Soil,well See my Death Penalty Comment above. A Suppressor Can be homemade. Why do we need govt To tell us we can or can’t ?

    In NV I can own a Bazooka a Tank, Full Auto Machine guns.and a flame thrower. If in case we need a militia, we need military grade weapons to fight the Enemy with in.

    Our U.S Military is spread out thin as it is. If you want to build a suppressor then follow simple civil laws. No more over abusive Govt Oversight. get rid of Communism and we are set free,but in this evil world not so.

    We have some Just laws. let us Use them Congress. and Senate and SCOTUS. before 1968.

  • Johnny December 2, 2014, 4:00 pm

    Tried all day to order and they finally got the Checkout working. Got one!

  • RetiredFCC December 2, 2014, 3:20 pm

    I bought one of these and can’t wait to try it out! I’m not rich but I figure the novelty aspect it’s worth the $99.00 (plus I reload). The fact that it only takes one screw to swap it makes a quick change possible so I’m not concerned with having to dedicate one of my ARs to it. To me it’s just going to be something fun for the range! Do I worry about the criminal element getting one of these and going on a shooting spree….not really. These things have been around for a while and I haven’t heard of it happening yet!

  • Mike December 2, 2014, 2:55 pm

    I would and Think responsible people should have the right to own full auto weapons. I like to fire my auto’s as a toning skill 3 burst or cover fire other than that it is a waste of ammo. Bump fire is a waste. In a live fire situation they are useless. Single rapid fire will keep you on target. Automatic weapons are used for having some fun, or just encase the Corporate America needs to be reminded about The Freedom of the people. In truth the automatic weapon was made for massive cover fire, and to kill plenty. In all reality If the Government has it then the local militia should also. Untrained people should by all means should not have automatic weapons or bumpfire. I bought into it and sold out of it.

  • Railway-man December 2, 2014, 1:57 pm

    Can’t order from Bumpfire systems. Clicking on checkout get’s you no where. System Down.

  • Larry December 2, 2014, 1:51 pm

    This week, there is a coupon for the bump fire, blk_friday_week
    i think its $5, or free shipping, either way it saves you a couple of bucks!!!

  • Jerry December 2, 2014, 1:35 pm

    I can say that I like the idea of having what “they” have. This makes us “WE the People” much more equal IF SHTF any time soon. Since you can “choose” 1 or 30 rounds, it is only as wasteful as you decide it is. I would love to try the 100 round mag for AR!!!

  • gunguy December 2, 2014, 1:02 pm

    looks like SlideFire filed an infringement suit and may have got an injunction, the bump fire website is totally removed.
    Slide Fire Solutions LP
    v. Bump Fire Systems LLC
    Civil Action No. 3:14-cv-03358-M, the Hon. Barbara M.G. Lynn presiding.
    Filed on Sept. 16, 2014 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas;

    • Larry December 2, 2014, 1:54 pm

      I just logged on, the website is still up.
      You can also go to Amazon and get one there as well.
      Bump Fire Systems
      (the website is down)

      • Mac December 2, 2014, 3:42 pm

        Here is what you’ll find at Amazon.

        Currently unavailable.
        We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock.

        Somebody doesn’t want us to have this thing.

  • Mac December 2, 2014, 12:48 pm

    Something’s going on here. I tried the website and got in, only to be kicked out. Then I got an error. It was like the site is crashing from heavy usage. But eventually I got in, got one in my cart, and filled out the new customer info, only to find there was no “submit” button. Then I got kicked out again.
    Now, that address doesn’t even go to any more. It’s being redirected to a web development site with nothing on it.

  • gunguy December 2, 2014, 12:41 pm

    well looks like they went out of business. website is no longer hosted. feds shut them down or something? lol

  • YANKEEBILL December 2, 2014, 12:29 pm

    I just tried several times. Same thing. Web site error. I eventually got to the point where I input my cc info, then it went all bug-fu_ _k! I thought I would back off and try again later. I hope my info was deleted. It does not instill confidence in their site.

  • rob December 2, 2014, 12:23 pm

    so where did you order it from?

  • Gerry December 2, 2014, 12:19 pm

    Will it work on an M&P 15-22? I’d like to know. So would 100 other guys. Don’t pass this opportunity by. Big market!

  • Dean December 2, 2014, 12:19 pm

    I was able to order by going to it was the same price + $7.00 shipping.

  • Joe K December 2, 2014, 10:49 am

    Just went on the website to purchase one right now but every time I try to check out it just says database error. Anyone else experiencing this?

  • Al Joy December 2, 2014, 10:42 am

    Dave’s got it right. Gov. Cumo has solved the problem of “bump fire”. NY has outlawed the ownership of the AR15 (Why would anyone need one?)Also any other simi auto with a pistol grip or anything that looks dangerous, including wrist slingshots (Why would anyone need one?)
    When we have a incident like Ferguson when a black cop shoots a white boy, and all the white people riot and break into your home or business with the intentions of doing you harm (Why would anyone need one?)

  • ERIC GERMER December 2, 2014, 10:42 am


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  • Max December 2, 2014, 10:23 am

    I tried to order one of the bump fire devices this am. filled in the order form with all the info it wanted. got to the end and the dang form just sat there. no confirmation, nada.
    also there is no contact info for help. while there is a listing for contacts, there really is not.
    could it be that the original company that makes the devices and is suing bump fire has blocked the sales?

    • Administrator December 2, 2014, 10:28 am

      They may already be out. Early readers win in these cases. Over 3,000 people have clicked over to their website already.

      • BumpFireSystems December 2, 2014, 11:52 am

        We are sorry for the inconvenience. Full access to the site will be restored later today.

        • Administrator December 2, 2014, 11:53 am

          I warned you guys. 🙂

    • Jay December 2, 2014, 1:43 pm

      Max, the site worked fine for me at 12:40 pm Central Time. Ordered two….one for me and one for my dad for Christmas.

  • Ken December 2, 2014, 9:59 am

    My 2 cents is this, It’s not about fun, shooting a lot of rounds down range or even the criminals, they can and will get automatic weapons. Our founding fathers put fail safe’s in place. One of those fail safes is the right to bare arms. There is no specification on the types of arms I.e. auto or semi. Tootie, your comment is right on, ” I figure that anything that the government/police have in the form of full auto rigs should be available to me”. It was, is and always will be about checks and balances. A government should never have grater power than the people in any form.

    • Mountain Man December 2, 2014, 10:26 am

      Amen, amen, and hallelujah.

      And being a scumbag is a state of mind – it’s not based on available hardware. A white man was beaten to death last night in St. Louis by three (five?) hammer-wielding mourners. (Authorities, of course, were quick to say it’s not related to Ferguson protests. Gotta keep that racial money train a-rollin’…. But I digress.)

      Will there be a call to ban hammers? Not likely.

      It’s an absolutely flawless example that cave-dwelling, mouth-breathing troglodytes don’t need any machinated weaponry to do their evil deeds. Any ol’ rock will do just fine.

  • AZLiberty December 2, 2014, 9:51 am

    Administrator is correct. I believe Rush Limbaugh refers to this type of tactic as a “seminar caller”. Here, we will just call him a seminar blogger. They start off, ” I’m a second amendment supporter, BUT…..” They are paid shills.

    • Captain Bob December 2, 2014, 11:44 am

      AZLiberty, you hit the nail on the head. I always look for that keyword “but”, especially when listening to politicians. “I believe in the 2nd Amendment but….” means they DO NOT! Anytime anyone says, “I believe in [fill in the blank] but…” they don’t believe in it at all and are just trying to appease the pro [blank] people while furthering their own agenda which is against [blank].

  • Repub Rick December 2, 2014, 9:03 am

    Bump-fire is nothing new. We taught RFPF forces in Nam how to bumpfire their semi-auto M2 with a piece of tire rubber attached to their belt and the butt slung into the rubber band. I bought two Slide-Fires and have never looked back. Anyone who fails to recognize the inhernet danger of being outgunned need only take a look at the Kurds in Kobani. For the grace of God go us. Be prepared. You never know when the SHTF.

  • Byron Hinkley December 2, 2014, 8:55 am

    thomas allen
    “Today bump stk is bichen, wish i could own an AR-15 but I’m in California, and you know, and I’m sorry for that factor.
    Thanks for these fun video, a real blast!!!”

    What are you talking about?
    I also live in California and I owne multiple AR15’s, LR – 308’s and AR hand guns all registers with California Department of Justice “DOJ”. Unfortunately the Bump fire stock is not allowed in California.

  • Dave Hicks December 2, 2014, 8:52 am

    I would like to use one before buying.Nothing takes the place of a selector lever.I agree buy what you want.

  • Roy December 2, 2014, 8:49 am

    Add one of these to a SD-3G trigger and look out, .12 seconds between shots.
    To the person that commented about full auto control, its all about your firearm proficiency, not the bump stock you use.

  • Witchdoktah December 2, 2014, 8:09 am

    Ok. Here’s my .02 cents. You got 2 types of criminals. Cartel level big money criminals who are not buying bump fire. They get the real thing. And avg. criminal who isn’t using an ar-15. One not cheap ammo not cheap. But of course you got your nut jobs. They can just make a bump fire. So do I need one, no. Do I want one, yes. I also want a bugatti. But what’s the point if I can only go about 85 mph. So I get a bump fire for fun. Not practical just fun.

  • Tootie December 2, 2014, 8:05 am

    I was quick onto the original bumpfire stock and have been totally happy with the three I own. Another option for $99 means I’ll buy at least one more. As to the need, I figure that anything that the government/police have in the form of full auto rigs should be available to me. If I can’t have similar arms, I can’t be a check on the government. I hope I never would need it for that purpose but I am ready if it does. And another thing – at my age, it’s better than sex!

  • Michael Entler December 2, 2014, 7:53 am

    Will this fit the early 80’s pre-ban colts.

  • Rick December 2, 2014, 6:45 am

    Thanks a million. I just ordered one so tell them to send you commission. 🙂

    • Wally December 2, 2014, 10:34 am

      I just tried to go over to the web site and get an error.
      As a note, you have to use brass ammo not steel. The steel has a coating which melts and does major gluing of the will have to pound the steel case out after a 75 to 100 rounds and then clean out the goo. Or just change uppers and screw up another.

      • Beauregard Gun Sales December 10, 2014, 5:28 pm

        Wally, do you know this personally? Or did someone tell you this?
        I have had a slide fire for years and fired thousands of rounds of wolf/tulammo steel cased rounds without any problems whatsoever.

      • Jonathan October 27, 2015, 5:49 am

        I hear ya on that, but I’ve found no such problem when using those rounds in a Mini-14. TulAmmo is the most notorious of the coated ammo, and while it has fouled my AR-15 on occasion, it has never done it to the Ruger. I’ve also had great success with my M1A shooting TulAmmo’s steel case stuff.

  • John H. December 2, 2014, 5:45 am

    Have you guys tested this stock on the M&P 15-22?

    • Robert Lindsey December 2, 2014, 3:12 pm

      I have an S&W , M&P 15-22 with a bumpfire stock on it and it is a pure joy to fire.
      It’s a bit finicky about the ammo. that is used, due to the absence of enough recoil to re-set the action.
      One of these days .22 long rifle ammo will be available to really get my jolleys.

  • E B December 2, 2014, 5:41 am

    Comparing this item to the slidefire, one can see why the bumpfire is less expensive. Observe the shots fired in the videos from each website. The bumpfire version appears to be giving the woman a shoulder massage, while the slidefire guy appears to be holding his barrel steady and firing on a target.

    It is nice that there is a lower-cost option for anyone wanting to burn off a lot of rounds without breaking the bank on hardware, and interesting that what appears to be auto-fire shooting precision can be had for a couple hundred more.

    • TRF December 2, 2014, 12:19 pm

      So did you watch the video above? Your comparison was more about who was shooting not the operation of the stock. In the video above I see someone shooting with the same relative accuracy as the more expensive version.

  • thomas allen December 2, 2014, 3:22 am

    Today bump stk is bichen, wish i could own an AR-15 but I’m in California, and you know, and I’m sorry for that factor.
    Thanks for these fun video, a real blast!!!

    • Eric December 2, 2014, 8:54 am

      Then move

      • charlie December 2, 2014, 10:43 am

        I like fast cars 2010 viper with Hennessy 1100hp and the same goes for my rifles!

    • Dave James December 2, 2014, 10:03 am

      I’m in Cali and I got ar’s what’s your problem?…..some of you appear to have no common sense please turn all your guns

    • MotoJB December 2, 2014, 12:11 pm

      Ahhhh, newsflash for you…they sell AR15’s (albeit CA legal) everywhere. Dicks, Big 5, etc. You can own AR15’s in CA. You have to use a bullet button, you can’t run more than 10 round mags and you can’t shoot more than 1 round per second (or two) on most ranges, but…if you want one, they’re very much available.

    • KIRK December 2, 2014, 3:11 pm

      You can own an ‘AR’ platform in Kalifornistan. Just certain ones by ‘NAME’ are banned. Most gun shops that sell the ‘AR’ style platform are responsible dealers selling completely legal rifles. You can find bargain basement gun as little as $500.00, for a name brand that has all parts tested and inspected you should expect to spend between $1000.00 ton$1250.00. You could even by and register a lower receiver and build a rifle from it. Check with someone in the know, to help you build a legal and legit gun that won’t get you arrested. Remember the term ‘BULLET BUTTON’. Good Luck to you fellow Allen

    • Ron December 3, 2014, 11:55 am

      dude go to your nearest gun store AR 15’s are readily available in California.

  • DAve December 2, 2014, 3:20 am

    I believe in freedom of owning firearms and the shooting sports in general, but please answer me, why would Joe Civilian need or require something like this? You know just as well as I do that this item will fall into the wrong hands and be used not in a good way. I am in NO way a supporter of gun control(s), but realistically, there are some things we really need to draw the line on. Just an observation on my part……

    • ed fouts December 2, 2014, 7:19 am

      hey a 223 is a 223 bump stock is fun, i have one, wrong hands what do you mean, you can make them all week long

    • Dave R December 2, 2014, 7:35 am

      Why does anybody NEED a fast sports car, a 4000 square foot house, a souped up dune buggy, a motor cycle capable of 200 MPH, etc… When we start limiting based on need we are opening pandora’s box. Be careful in limiting items you don’t agree with, your choices may be next.

      • Michael December 2, 2014, 4:43 pm

        ” An Armed Society is a Polite Society.”

        I assume you are twisting your comment some what ,a data base writer for Bloomberg ? A YES We ‘NEED ” to limit our choice,a trickery of words like you lord Obama ?

        If I want a Bump Fire I will by one, my money not yours or govt Schills. not by Some,In Experienced, no Military or LEO Federal or Civilian background legal records, political
        Clown,No body ! I will probably never meet to make declensions for us. !

        Let our conscience be our Guide and to respect Life. In these evil times.Weather, Accessorized or a plane Jane Weapon of choice. Got it, get it ,let us move on.

        • Tony palazola December 6, 2014, 9:42 pm

          I’m sold, how do I buy one.

          • scott April 11, 2015, 10:48 pm

            Where can I buy one?

      • T.Barr October 13, 2015, 11:04 am

        Great way to put it. Its not that you need it is that you want it. Life’s to short,if it makes you happy fick it buy it.

      • Matt K December 15, 2015, 9:38 pm

        Very well said Dave

    • Tom December 2, 2014, 7:42 am

      Dave, I don’t know how old you are so I will bring us back in time a bit. In the early 90s, many in congress and un-educated asked the same question about the AR platform,AK platform and any other weapon out there that had any kind of military background even targeted old platforms such as the M1 Garand. The so called NRA ended up backing the congress as long as their weapons of choice were not affected which led to the assault weapons ban of 94, the reason I don’t back the NRA today. You see, I used the AR platform as a target and hunting weapon back then, after serving this nation as a Marine from 1982 to 1986 I new the platform was very accurate and reliable. YOUR SAME QUESTION WAS ASKED BACK THEN!!!!!!!!!! Why don’t we do the right things like, teach our children to be responsable with firearms instead of sheltering them from them, focus on getting the weapons out of the hands of the few criminals and not the responsable citizens, prosecute and keep the criminals in jail and bring back the death penalty back to all 50 states and I would also like to add, no more having them sit on death row for five or more years, if their caught red handed, carry it out immediately. Anyway, that’s just my .02 worth.

      • Ray Lehman December 2, 2014, 9:36 am

        Tom, I know how old you are……at least 24 but what does that have to do with anything. In my humble opinion your argument is not valid. The AR and AK modern sporting rifles are cosmetically similar to military weapons but in actuality are not the same because the AR and AK platforms for civilians aren’t full auto. The bump makes them act full auto. We are barking up the wrong tree if we use your argument. My guess is there will be an idiot to use a bump stock in a crime which will force new laws and raise the Second Amendment fight to a new level. Why do that?

        • Administrator December 2, 2014, 9:41 am

          He is actually most likely a Bloomberg shill being paid to pepper comments with seeds of argument.

          • Russ December 2, 2014, 10:44 am

            We have anti gun people testing the waters here.
            All this product dose is waste ammo for the sake of fun shooting.

          • Ray Taylor December 2, 2014, 1:11 pm

            Thank you.

          • Marty December 2, 2014, 1:26 pm

            Oh don’t even mention Bloomberg he makes me vomit with his arrogance and anti gun feelings. Why can he have armed protection around him when very few can carry in NYC That is one of the reasons why I moved to Florida.

            I have some mixed emotions about this product. First let me tell you a few things about myself. I am and have been a certified firearms instructor for the past 31 tears as well as a safety range officer. I am a board member of the Delray Beach Police benevolent Association for the last nine years as well as a life member.

            I am pro firearms except in the wrong hands of criminals that would look to use not only this product but any other firearm in the commission of a crime, so I think that we are all on the same page. So, my “gripe” and only gripe is that if a criminal gets his or her hands on one of these that it just makes the Bloombergs come out from under the rock they live under and cause more havoc to the rest of the honest legal citizens that are law abiding citizens.

            So, how can we stop this? Well, we can’t, but if these are used by honest people that won’t ever consider doing any crimes with these then go out and enjoy your second amendment rights. I call it our GOD given rights, and no one has the right to stop that.

            Remember, always be safe and be sure to follow all of the safety rules. A firearm is simply a tool or machine that has no mind of it’s own. You are the ones that command it.

        • Tom December 2, 2014, 1:19 pm

          Ray, I’m 51 years old, born June 10, 1963 and it has nothing to do with it except for the fact that too many forget what has happened in the past or are just too young to know. The facts are, laws are made to protect our society. Most people obey them, some do not. There was a time when a normal citizen could own a machine gun, laws were passed to stop crimes that were being carried out with them. The only people affected by the law was the normal upstanding citizens that would not commit the crimes in the first place. Yes,I do know the difference between the AR15 and the M16, many in our congress and un-educated citizens do not. In 1993, Dianne Fienstein stood in front of congress and a tellevised nation to show how the evil black guns are used with high capacity mags to mow down people by the thousands and stated that the people of this nation have no use for these guns except for the above. To say an add on to a firearm makes it too much like a machine gun and someone is going to use it in a crime is just as bad as what Fienstein said so many years ago. You say you want to stop more laws from being evoked on our Second Admendment rights, I agree, stop the politically correct NRA from sidestepping the issues with congress, stop making deals with things that could be concidered controversial just because it could be used in a crime. I have beliefs that there are some things out there that people have no need to have, or at least I don’t need to have but that doesn’t mean that someone else has no use for it. I have no need for a Slide Fire stock, I haven’t the money to feed it but that doesn’t mean that the next guy doesn’t, why would you want to take that away from them if their a law abiding citizen. The problem lies in, laws have been warped to blame the tool “guns” that was used to commit the crime instead of the person, let’s work on turning that around.

          • Tom December 2, 2014, 2:58 pm

            I would also like to add, some in our current administration consider me and many others who have served our Great Nation domestic terrorists, along with being a Marine, I’m an FFL holder and gunsmith” I’m really screwed”, I like many others were trained in hand to hand combat to kill the enemy with even our teeth. Does that mean, beings I was trained how to do it, the government has the right to ban my teeth and come pull them from my mouth to keep me from maybe committing a crime with them?

          • Nat Hale October 27, 2015, 12:57 am

            Tom, good explanation. I think they may have missed your meaning. So here is my two cents just stated in a different way.
            I am 598, and my relatives who fought WW2 are over 85. I can tell you that what was said about crimes being committed with auto firearms is BULL. The law fully banning them from new manufacture for civilians passed around 1986, one of Reagan’s mistakes along the way because he got caught up in worrying about drugs. He also signed off on the RICO Act. And he signed off on illegal alien amnesty. All were mistakes made by someone who 5 years earlier knew better. None of these laws did anything to correct any problem. And yes, the fully demoncat controlled Senate and House put those bills before him.
            The miniscule part of the argument is the “please make me safe” side of it. This is the one we hear most often from gun ban and control freaks. If they can’t ban them, they try to incrementally stop ownership, like going after bump stocks and that sort of thing.
            Everyone here needs to wake up and stop equivocating and bargaining away their rights a piece at a time, and see the “please leave me free” side of it. The disparity between government/LE and the average joe citizen now is immense, HUGE. It was never intended to be that way, and that is why Posse Comitatus was passed. Now the feds and local LE are fully militarized with grenade launchers and MRAP vehicles, weapons that make people go deaf, lasers that blind, and so forth. DHS is showing up everywhere in these white Suburbans, basically enforcing a federal police state.
            The real reason for firearms in the hands of citizens is a counterbalance to would-be tyrants.
            Whoever is pushing a ban of plastic stocks, please go back to Bloomberg and stop trying to pull the wool over our eyes. You may be smarter, at least you think you are, but you sure as hell are not wise enough to understand the tenets of individual liberty and freedom. The Jews in Germany made this mistake once, of handing in their weapons. Ironic that the American Jew is supporting this crap. After about 9 million of them being brutalized and butchered, I would hope the memory of that to be fresh enough to keep us all sober about it.

          • Rev. Ken Dalton December 7, 2015, 4:51 am

            You don’t have to have this bump fire system to make these guns act that way! Twist your thumb through your Jeans belt loop and it starts bouncing the same way. No one in a combat mode would waist that much ammo. Full auto is a waist of ammo and you miss most of your targets. Its freedom to own what you want. My 6.000 pound truck will run over more people than a rifle ! So what , Ban my truck. Lets all get a grip here. TRUMP 2016 , will fix our problems

        • PF Flyer December 2, 2014, 2:22 pm

          I didn’t understand a thing you said. Did you get mixed up about to whom you were replying? My guess is Tom is closer to 50 than 24. I would also guess Tom knows the diff in the military and civi versions. Etc..

        • larry mitchell February 28, 2015, 2:36 am

          I just bought 2 of these things and hurt NOBODY in doing so. I am a 73 yrs old white male and proud of it.
          Now, for the bump fire(s) I bought. They will NEVER be used for anything illegal AND I CAN GURANTEE THAT.
          So….. what problem is there if I choose to have fun and waste *MY* money? Just tell me where A PROBLEM IS.

          • OBryan April 14, 2015, 11:52 pm

            White Male? What’s the purpose in designating your European decent?

      • Dave james December 2, 2014, 9:58 am

        I think tom has got the big picture …….don’t tell us what we can or can’t have based on your ignorance please change your name Dave your starting to embarrass me

      • Monte J. Wall December 2, 2014, 10:31 am

        You said it all. amen

      • Ray December 2, 2014, 1:21 pm

        And who decides what those limits are and what happens when they take away something you like?

      • Don Wright December 2, 2014, 5:02 pm

        make it a family affair, bring a picnic basket and start hanging ’em on the court house lawn, start 1300 and continue til dark.

      • tim December 4, 2014, 9:56 pm

        Ahhhhh……..the NRA DID NOT back the 1994 ban.

      • twitterisfortwits December 29, 2014, 6:54 pm

        I remember those days, Tom. I was in the Army from ’82 to ’86. You are right. The NRA was dominated by the “politically correct” type of hunter (like Ray L.) They tried to throw us AR and AK lovers to the wolves in the hope that doing so would placate the left. Who needs ’em.

      • Tim December 30, 2014, 8:25 am

        Why then, if the NRA backed the Clinton gun ban, did they go to court to get rid of it? Why is it that I can find NO reference to your claim? Why is it that they have fought and continue to fight for our right to own AK’s, AR’s, SKS’s, etc.? Perhaps you are confusing us with bloomberg, soros, the hag (feinstein), etc. Please provide details instead of rumors when making such wild nonsensical claims. I suppose you think that we, the NRA, are for “cop killer bullets (another idiotic claim).

      • doc December 30, 2014, 11:47 am

        Bring back the death penalty??? Hmmm? I don’t trust government about much of anything and that includes the power of life and death based on some ambitious district attorney with political aspirations deciding to suppress evidence because convictions count more than justice. Remember there have been a significant number of innocents released from death row after DNA evidence came forward which exonerated them…and after it was made available some of the DA’s still fought it being considered. Having been through a case of false accusation and grand jury indictment (they didn’t present their own undercover tapes which clearly exonerated me) and finally a judge tossing the case…I can only imagine what happens to those who don’t have the financial backup that I had (over 6 figures in legal fees). Death penalty? only when exercised by an intended victim at the time of the crime-maybe using their AR with a bump stock. Laws can protect the individual from criminals-but they can also be used against the politically inconvenient and for plunder.

      • rogertc1 January 9, 2015, 5:28 am

        I bought a bump fire because I can. I have a whole bunch of AR’s I built so it is a neat accessory. I had a FFL, 20 years older than TOM and was an Army Ordinance Officer during the Vietnam war. At $100 the stock is worth it.

    • 15thCav. December 2, 2014, 8:02 am

      You are wrong on so many level.
      I look forward to trying this bump stock out.

    • Micah December 2, 2014, 8:03 am

      The belief that innovation, or even that the progression of an idea should be limited due to the evil of man, places you in the realm of a protectionist.

      You quote, “…believe in freedom of owning firearms and the shooting sports in general…”, but why do you believe in it.
      As I’m sure you know, our second amendment was issued as a deterrent of over reach and tyrannical government power. But how could we ever hope to repel a government that wholly out guns it’s population.

      This stock isn’t going to win a war, but I believe it’s multiple concession, like the one you expressed, in our history that have lead to the American pollution losing any real chance to fight a government that chooses to betray the will of it’s people.

    • Mac December 2, 2014, 10:55 am

      When you insert the word “need” into the argument, then you open it up to everything. “Need” is a relative word, with subjective meaning. Does the CEO “need” forth million dollars a year as a salary? Do we “need” real bullets in our guns, when non lethal ammunition could be developed that would disable the attacker, but not kill him? The anti gun people don’t think any guns are “needed.”

      And guns have already fallen into the wrong hands. The problem is that when we arrest them, we let them go again. That’s because we “need” to treat them like human beings, even when they act like animals.

    • Bil December 2, 2014, 11:17 am

      What part of “…shall NOT infringe….” do you not understand? Why do you need a Corvette that will do 200 mph, when the speed limit is 70? Because its fun, even though the irresponsible Corvette owner will get drunk and drive.
      Why do you need a bump fire stock? You don’t. Unless you like fun.

    • Captain Bob December 2, 2014, 11:31 am

      Two words that you used are the key to what wrong with your comments: “need” and “require.” In a tyrannical society the government tells you what you need or require. In a free society you can have what you want (so long as you legally acquire it).
      That’s the difference.
      Also, be VERY careful as your way if thinking is shifting to the anti’s: because one person uses a tool for bad purposes we should ban it from all the good people. If you have sub-machineguns to a group of 1,000 good citizens would there be mayhem and death or a lot of fun shooting? If you banned guns would not a criminal get one anyway?

    • rocket December 2, 2014, 11:39 am

      I’m wondering if you were around before 1968? I remember walking into Sears and seeing dozens and dozens of handguns for sale. Walk in, walk out with a .45 acp, no questions asked, no harm done. I completely agree with the other posts on this issue; this isn’t a moral issue … owning a ‘bump stock’ doesn’t need to pass someone’s imaginary standard of usefulness, necessity, or “what-ifs”. The government certainly has a role in governing the people. Governing people is an exercise in “elasticity”; freedoms shrink and expand within limits. Should the government allow civilians to own nuclear weapons? Nope. Should they outlaw cap guns because they can damage a youngster’s ears? Nope.
      We can debate the usage of a bump stock all day long, but in the end the government should not be involved in this minutia.

    • Jeff December 2, 2014, 12:20 pm

      The bump stock is for fun, and because we want it, like a nice car, nice house, big TV. Stop with the interjects saying why does “Joe Civilian” need. You are just sowing seeds of discontent towards people like you. You obviously are not a gun “ENTHUSIAST” like the majority of us.

    • Carver December 2, 2014, 1:18 pm

      I’m beginning to suspect that this whole bump-fire thing is a stealth tactic of, the precedent, Senator Barrack Obama’s regime, to exhaust all of the ammo we’ve been storing since his first term, as precedent.
      Lighten up Dave R! It’s just fun!
      And it might just create badly needed machinist jobs, to replace all of the barrels we’ve been wearing out.
      Personally, I just had to have one, ’cause their very existence just pisses off little ol’ Barbie Boxter, Dianne Frightenstein, etc.. Just sayin’!

    • j Amato December 2, 2014, 2:23 pm

      Why do we have to need something we want or require something we enjoy?

    • KIRK December 2, 2014, 3:02 pm

      I retired 3 years ago from a law enforcement career (CORRECTIONS) owning 8 firearms at the time. Pistols, revolvers, bolt action and semi-auto. For the best part of 25 years I only shot when required for work. I’ve always enjoyed shooting, but put other things first, home, family, kids, etc. My collection has grown exponentially since my retirement. It is my right, a right my father, uncles, and grandfathers have fought to protect, and every veteran who ever served who was willing give all for country. I did 14 years myself. What is enough for you may not be a limit for me. I have bump stocks on an ‘AR’ and ‘AK’ style rifle. Extremely fun, but do require some finesse to operate. I also have some collectables that will go to kids and grandkids. I am not a criminal, which these laws do not deter in the least, they love it when Joe Smoe have restrictions placed on them. It makes society easier to target and prey on. When most violent prone criminals believe they’re victim may have ability to fight back, and are prepared to do so, criminals usually look for easier prey. Bottom line, if I have the right to own it, and am willing to pay for it, it’s nobody else’s business.

    • Wes December 2, 2014, 3:03 pm

      I can make my AK fire like this all day without any such stock or I could just pull the trigger as fast as I can and make it fire pretty damn quickly, This won’t make the firearm anymore dangerous, I would argue the opposite, Aimed fire is much more dangerous and no one could call full auto or simulated full auto aimed fire, Maybe for the first round but after that the firearm will be all over the place and full auto is not intended to just mow down targets like in the movies, It’s designed to keep the heads down of the enemy in suppressive fire while the friendly forces advance…

    • Rambo December 2, 2014, 4:17 pm

      Why does anyone need a Harley Dave? Figure it out. Because it is fun, ya think!!

    • Dan Sullivan December 2, 2014, 6:00 pm

      The concern you express already exists in other forms and is easily obtainable. When encountering your argument I point to the North Hollywood Shootout where despite the strictest gun laws two criminals created their own body armor and for 45 minutes dominated a few city blocks. Despite their losses, being massively out gunned the authorities managed an impossibly horrible situation.
      The person who would own a bumpfire, me, would use it with respect to the weapon it represents. I turned 18 in basic, 19 in Viet Nam, 20 and 21 in South Korea (DMZ) which schooled me well in the destruction weapons can create. That being said, in controlled range conditions auto fire is exciting and damn expensive so you will not be dumping mags at every opportunity. I refuse the narrative to live a life of deprivation and denial, while I seek not to be wasteful I will enjoy my brief time on earth and that includes massive firepower displays instead of buying something else. You can’t take it with you and if you wait too long you will be too decrepit to enjoy it.

    • Michael Keim December 2, 2014, 8:37 pm

      I wish I had a dollar for everyone of you people who write these letters and comments that state that you don’t support gun control BUT this or that isn’t necessary. You, sir are a liar and a fraud. If you weren’t an anti gunner you wouldn’t have written this comment. you go on to state you support the shooting sports. The 2nd Amendment has nothing to do with the shooting supports. This is just another statement you made that shows your true colors. You’re just another liberal gun grabber that cruises the internet making phony statements on pro gun websites. you fool no none.

    • Mike C. December 3, 2014, 10:40 am

      Already “unavailable” on their website and Amazon!

      • Tortoise December 8, 2014, 3:44 pm

        Just ordered one from their website… it’ll be here in 3 days or so…. oh yea!

        • Tortoise December 8, 2014, 3:50 pm

          PS…a big thank you Guns America for the heads up on this screaming deal…. been wanting one for awhile and what do I find in my in-box….. an article in Guns America letting me in on a great new product…. just three more days….. All joking aside.. I just want to add an accolade of thanks to a great team here at Guns America. Keep up the great effort guy’s…..

      • Jonathan October 27, 2015, 5:40 am

        They are on display hooks in the gunstore I frequent – $99, plus tax, out-the-door. Seeing this video, I am taking the plunge on my way home from work this morning and buying one.

        I would like to see one for the Mini-14 as well!

    • Joe December 3, 2014, 1:15 pm

      Dave, you are just another Bloomberg troll trying to seed doubt in people that may not be informed. First this is not an auto trigger or select fire , and even though it gives you a little more speed than a trained trigger finger , it is still waves below the speed of a full auto. As other poster already told you, why not limit the speed of high performance cars? You or anybody needs more than 70 mph ,since this is the maximum speed in almost all states. And more people gets killed in car accidents yearly than any gun massacre in the last 20 years. Why not limit the amount of rooms in a house you can buy or the square footing? Why dont we limit the amount of fatty food since it makes people obese and unhealthy and makes the people that are healthy have to pay more to keep the unhealthy ones on Obama care??I could keep going about all the unnecessary things that are allowed that kill and damage this planet more than any gun law or bump fire system. There should be no restrictions even on automatic weapons for LAW ABIDING citizens. Why should I be restricted because another guy is a criminal?? Do you know what is the rule of law and what the Constitution mean? Do you know what innocent unless proven guilty mean? You are a hypocrite because if you drive a car or even drink alcohol or smoke , YOU should also be banned from driving, smoking and drinking, since eventually all this things are used to kill people or to put a heavy tax burden on others that dont share your reckless driving,drinking ,smoking etc. Let me know when you are ready to give away your car, your freedom of choice in other things and your freedom of speech and then we can start talking about our freedom for bump fire systems.

    • Chris December 4, 2014, 2:43 pm

      How long has the SlideFire been around? Or the Lightning Link (now banned by ATF) and yet I don’t recall ever hearing of them falling “into the wrong hands”.

      Because I can. That’s why.

    • tim December 8, 2014, 8:47 am

      An insane shooter can take out more people with a scoped AR15 than one equipped with a bump fire stock. Accuracy is very poor with a bump fire stock OR a full auto. BTW you can achieve the same fire rate by looping you thumb through a beltloop on your hip and pulling the trigger on an AR15 Why is it that hundreds of thousands of people have full autos and there is no problem with them having them? The crazy anti-gun crowd is the problem. They refuse to require entry of mental health issues into the system because they WANT insane shooters to kill as many people as they can. Body counts suit their agenda (which includes conficating the shooting sports weapons that you claim to defend).. Guess how many of the last 30 or so mass shootings were committed by known insane people? ALL OF THEM.

    • Master Blaster December 25, 2014, 2:28 pm

      You dont “Need” anything except food and shelter (oh and heat if you have no clothes)…

      You dont “Need” an automobile that goes faster than the speed limit.

      You don’t “Need” a cell phone or a flat screen Television.

      What you “Need” is FREEDOM and for other people NOT to impose what they think you “Need, or don’t Need” arbitrarily based on their own assumptions!

    • twitterisfortwits December 26, 2014, 10:28 pm

      Sounds like you’re one of those nosy “do-gooders” we need to watch out for.

    • Retrocon December 30, 2014, 10:00 am

      If i want a real, full auto, i should be able to own one as easily as an AR or glock, as full autos have direct applicability to a “well regulated militia.” Meaning of “regulated” at that time in history was basically “logistically supported,” in other words, good working, modern arms. And “militia” was the civilian population, not the sworn army.

      That said, banning full autos is tantamount to banning the writings of Orwell. Why do you need to read Orwell? You don’t, no good can come of that, after all!

    • c69101 December 30, 2014, 11:16 am

      Mind you your own business troll.

    • Bruce December 30, 2014, 12:15 pm

      Because it is fun! And the cheapest way to enjoy a real ” full auto ” as NFA firearms are big money because of the 86 manufacturing ban!

    • Wayne Lambert March 10, 2015, 2:33 pm

      DAve, answer me this. How many innocents have been killed/injured in high speed police chases? Why does Joe Civilian need a car that goes more than 65mph? or has more than say 75 hp?

    • rob March 28, 2015, 3:14 am

      DAve, it’s called the Bill of Rights, not the Declaration of Needs.

    • Dittohd April 8, 2015, 11:36 pm

      Why would Joe Civilian “need” this? Look back to David Koresh and the Thug Military or police that burned his HOME down and killed around 70 people including women and children. I think that citizens,kl who are law abiding, should be able to own any weapon that our military can own! How else will we be able to fight against them when they start attaching law abiding citizens? This was the reason for the 2nd amendment, no the whole bill of rights was, so that the government could not just overrun the individuals. They had just fought against England who tried to overrun them, and they did not want the new government doing what England, and every other country, has done. We have forgotten the reason for our constitution which was to restrict the power of GOVERNMENT!

    • andrew July 7, 2015, 1:49 am

      This guy questioning bump stocks is an idiot. The government stole our rights to own full auto firearms. Hes tricked into believing that we are lucky to have what we have. People we have been ripped off and conditioned to accept less and less throughout the years. The fact that we even have to build these contraptions instead of owning the real thing is a joke.

    • Corey July 8, 2015, 9:06 pm

      Freedom or security? Last I checked you can’t have both.
      constitution= freedom
      Communism= security

      Anyone that would trade liberty for safty or security deserves neither.

    • Marvin wolfe October 14, 2015, 12:10 am

      Question ! Will it fit my DPMS .308 (7.62×51) ?? If so, where can I buy and how much ???

      • Brian October 27, 2015, 3:03 pm

        Did you ever find out if this would fit and work on your DPMS? I’d like to get one. Thanks

    • DG October 26, 2015, 10:56 am

      Criminals already illegally modify guns to full auto. Why should Law Abiding Citizens not be allowed to have fun at the range. That goes for full auto guns also. Restricting the Law Abiding does nothing to regulate criminal possession or use of anything. Why should we be restricted!

    • Inu Qien Ankh October 26, 2015, 11:11 am

      Why does Jay Leno need 130 cars and 93 motorcycles? Why does anyone? Why does anyone need cars whose top speed is between 190mph and 271 mph when the speed limits in the USA don’t go above 75mph? Because…. The 2nd Amendment doesn’t say “the right to bear arms which are inferior to a standing army’s” The Founders meant for the People to have arms just as good as the standing army’s. The 2nd Amendment was designed with ‘sporting use’ in mind, but to discourage any would be dictator or dictators from imposing tyrannical rule on the People of the United States.

    • james burns October 26, 2015, 8:08 pm

      One Reason is the second Amendment, the right to keep and bear arms has been under fire since and every time the Dem’s. take office , the Supreme Court has up held all challenges to this , because the Constitution is not a living Document that can be tweaked by people that don’t believe in it , unless it suits their cause.

      Guns do not kill people although they are a tool to do so but that is ALL” PEOPLE KILL PEOPLE” and have been doing so since Time One, we are the violent ones Kane & Able it was a rock Dark Ages Swords ect…..

      Until we as a people come to terms with Violence , there will be Death with any number of weapons, In short Lay Off the people that just want to have some fun, OH BY THE WAY THERE IS NO STATISTICS THAT ANY LAW ADBIDING
      CITIZEN WITH GUN PERMITS TO CARRY HAVE WENT ON A KILLING SPREE………..Or those whom possess weapons lawfully are in the killing Game………

      • The Cirmson Avengers's Left Nut October 4, 2017, 1:03 am

        The 2nd Amendment is open interpitation. Few of us would argue that we are entittled to own a B52 loaded with 10,000 pound bombs or even a themo nuclear device. To contast this; why do I have to pay 100 dollars to exercise the right to keep and bear arms and be granted a license to carry firearms by leave of the state for an inalienable right that is framed in the bill of rights? Most gun laws make no sense and are written to make people who pass laws feel good and think they made a difference or solely to harrass otherwise law abiding people in the exersise of a right. In between the two extremes lies a point of reason that neither side seems to want to reach on the problem of regulating access to firearms and protecting our rights as enshrined by the founding fathers. You remember those dead white guys who as genius invented a perfect government knowing it would be run by idiots…

    • T-BONE October 31, 2015, 11:10 am

      Shut up Dave…

    • Joe November 4, 2015, 5:21 pm

      First of all, it shouldn’t matter why someone needs one, as the 2nd amendment clearly states the rights shall not be infringed…
      That said, one use would be in case it became necessary to defend against a tyrannical government…
      I would pray to God that the us military folks would never fire on civilians, but you don’t know what will happen in the event of tyranny…

    • K.DALTON December 14, 2015, 8:14 am

      Trust me the BAD guys have full automatics with out having to buy this stock.

    • Mark Swarbrick December 24, 2015, 4:41 pm

      One of the main purposes of the 2nd Amendment, as defined by our nation’s founders, was to be another level of balance of power, to give the government pause before exercising tyranny over its people. When you consider that purpose, automatic fire in the hands of the people makes perfect sense. As Ben Franklin so aptly put it, “Those who beat their swords into plowshares usually end up plowing for those who didn’t.” And as Thomas Jefferson said, “What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms.” I believe George Washington said it best: “A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.”

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