posted on May, 9 2012 @ 04:08 PM
Even if it's legal in California, high capacity mags are not.
Well, they "are" under certain circumstances but not with a bump fire pistol grip they are not.
So basically you'll be shooting 10 rounds really fast, but with a semi auto center fire you can shoot 10 rounds really fast already anyway.
I considered a bump fire stock myself but realized it's use is lost in Cali. And if you lived in a state with better laws (that is, without the crazy
police state laws Kalifornia has) you could just buy an actual auto.
Additionally, you don't need this stock to bump fire a semi auto. There are tricks to make any semi auto rifle with a pistol grip bump fire.
Easiest way is to take your trigger finger hand, and loop the thumb in your belt loop, then holding that arm stationary, you push forward (away from
your body) on the forward grip or stock. Takes some getting used to but it works the same. Even if you plan to get a bump fire stock this is good
practice since you still need to apply forward pressure to make it work, and thus, need to learn to shoot straight using such body mechanics.