Little has made as big a splash in the AR-15 market as Slide Fire Solutionâ€™s recent introduction of the SSAR-15 stock, which enables users to bump-fire their rifles at the extraordinary rate of 400 to 800 rounds per minuteâ€”and vary that rate as desired with a bit of practice (see in-depth video of the AR-15 stock here).
Now, the same system is incorporated into a stock for the AK-47. To use, pull theÂ Slide Fire SSAK-47 XRS buttstock firmly into your shoulder, reach your trigger finger through the trigger guard and put the fingertip firmly on the stockâ€™s support pad. Then, gripping the fore-end with your off hand, slide the rifle forward in the stockâ€™s track. The trigger will contact your trigger finger, firing the rifle, and recoil will pull the rifle back and allow the trigger to reset as a fresh cartridge is chambered. Since you are maintaining forward pressure on the handguard, the rifle will again slide forward in the stock, andâ€”bang bang b-b-b-b-b-b-bang!
Donâ€™t believe it? Watch the video. Legal? Sure. Every stock comes with a copy of the BATF approval letter. The stocks are built here in the USA of glass-filled nylon, and are tough enough to pound railroad spikes.
Price is $300, and the stock may be ordered direct at Slidefire.com.