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 Slidefire Alternative
capt512  [Team Member]
1/27/2012 8:00:02 PM EST
Just an alternative I found to the slidefire stocks for those interested.
Click Here
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thefreshman991  [Team Member]
1/27/2012 8:31:46 PM EST
Interesting.

Is it approved by the BATF?
EgressUnderDuress32  [Member]
1/27/2012 9:33:02 PM EST
Jees, it costs more than the slide fire, I did not think that was possible.
Bud  [Member]
1/28/2012 3:45:37 AM EST
The guy at 0:58 in the video needs to stick his rear end out a little further when he shoots.
cbr954  [Member]
1/28/2012 3:46:57 AM EST
Interesting.....

Here is a link to a review by Military Arms Channel Blog.

Here is a link to some posts by Bill Akins.

Here is the top Google search result for "bumpski". the act of a large breasted women (usually a nude/exotic dancer) placing your face in her cleavage and shaking so as to slap your ears with her tits.

Too expensive for me...

I smell a law suit coming.
lokifox  [Team Member]
1/28/2012 4:27:20 AM EST
Well looks like I'm getting one

No spring, no BATFE problem. Now he may have problems with Slidefire Solutions......



Man this would make the AK-74 a fun toy indeed.
Festus_Hagen  [Team Member]
1/28/2012 4:47:09 AM EST
Slidefire is a proven product, most everyone I know loves it. Why buy a higher priced knock-off ? That's like buying an Airsoft LaRue rail for 500.00 .
bjtraz  [Member]
1/28/2012 6:05:01 AM EST
The only advantage I see, is the material it is made of (debatable), and the ability to swap between different firearms (depending on cost of individual bars). It does appear to fit additional firearms that the Slide Fire doesn't (Saiga, SKS & M14), which might be an attraction to some folks. But IMHO, $350'ish is a lot of money, I couldn't justify the extra money w/o additional features.

Brian
thefreshman991  [Team Member]
1/28/2012 12:53:58 PM EST
It appears to have a spring in it and if so I wonder if the BATF will be hounding them about it.

bjtraz  [Member]
1/28/2012 1:29:54 PM EST
I didn't see any indication of a spring. Even the "springless" Adkins for the 10/22 was sold.
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