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Slidefire about to Akins themself?

Remember the Akins Accelerator? It was a spring loaded bump fire stock that mimicked full auto. Well, ATF said the non-working version they tested was not an NFA weapon. It didn’t work because tech branch couldn’t figure it out, supposedly. Now, the stock sans spring could probably be used for bumpfire, which is basically what Slidefire did. And ATF signed off on it. So, I wonder what will happen here (go to about 1:15):

By pressing forward, you are actuating the trigger with each pull, I suppose. But I’m figuring ATF may get curious about it.

3 Responses to “Slidefire about to Akins themself?”

  1. Bob Smith Says:

    I would rather make every shot count.

  2. Robb Allen Says:

    I’ll never comprehend how banning features makes sense.

    You can pull the trigger as fast as you want and that’s fine. But if the machine does it for you, that’s bad. But if the machine only *helps* you pull the trigger, then that’s fine too. Unless it isn’t. Then it’s not.

  3. Chris Says:

    ATF will squash that prototype, I’ll bet. Just like attaching an electronic switch (that powers a motor to actual the trigger quickly) becomes the new trigger, these doo-dad tabs he pushing his thumbs on becomes a new trigger.

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