It really just shows how little effort they put in to researching anything, and keeping up on a topic such as guns. I wonder how long it will be until they find out that any Glock can be converted to automatic by replacing the slide plate with something that “could be machined in a home garage”…. I can see it now. Maybe even an article about the danger of shoestrings sometime? Oh shit, I let the cat out of the bag.
The gun store guys went all “Tactical Affliction” on their bumpfire stock:
If you don’t know what Affliction clothing looks like, google it. That bottom foregrip does really seem to help with the control of it. The muzzle rise he was getting on the first few shots probably sent them over the berm though which is never good. Unless you’re a seasoned bumpfire pro, those kind of safety ricks are always there with or without a stock like they built.
The gun store guys put together one with parts you can find at any hardware store:
Testing it out:
Wow, that works really well. I’ve seen bumpfire stocks people have made in the past, but they all looked pretty unsafe to me. This one looks a lot safer since the bump shaft is metal and secured on really well. The one thing A person could probably do to make it safer would be to put an endcap on the end of that bump shaft so you couldn’t loose control and have the glock slip off.