A short video of SlowMo GunMen shooting an AK-74 with a Bumpski stock.
The rifle is not in full auto but merely being “bump-fired”.
Bump firing is the act of using the recoil of a semi-automatic firearm to fire multiple shots in rapid succession. [ Wiki ]
Posts are being moved around this week so please bear with us as we are trying to plan some new things for the future of Gears of Guns.
I have no words to say other than this is a beautiful rifle. I have always been a fan of the piston and LWRCs proprietary short stroke gas piston system is even aesthetically pleasing to look at.
Enough of my babble… You can read the review HERE
The past few years shotguns have been making bigger splashes in the tactical side of firearms which has made me want to “Buy a shotgun, buy a shotgun”.
The Saiga-12 lets your AK training cross over to a tactical shotgun with minimal learning but uses large bulky 10 round box mags or the uncomfortable 20 round drum mags.
The Kel-Tec KSG gives you the short, close quarters that LE and military might look for in a shotgun but it is a pump-action and to switch tubes can be a little weird.
The video review from Gunblast talks about being able to color code your tubes so you can carry different rounds in each tube. This application is great for LE and military because you can keep 4 door breaching rounds in one tube, 4 beans bags in another and 4 buck and 4 slugs in the last two tubes for a total of 16 shells.
So the question I have is this what do we keep on our rifles that we have forgotten about?
I’m sure you are sitting there thinking I have this, this and this on my rifle. what do you mean I have forgotten about something? Well what are the rail attachments that we bought and mounted to our guns because we thought we needed that micro red dot or that IR laser but 90% of the time we only hunt or shoot from the bench with our rifles so these extras don’t get used.
My Samson forend is set up for quad rails and I have two little 2” on the left and right side of the rifle near the barrel in case I wanted to mount a camera or micro red dot or a laser but more times than not I use my main scope for all of my shots and never use that laser.
Bare boned my rifle weighs in at 8 pounds but once I start adding the scope and the forward grip and a laser and my micro red dot my rifle gets heavy at 11-12+ pounds.
Do we need to periodically review what we keep on our rifles and assess what we keep on them?