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DIY Homemade Slide Fire (bumpfire) stock for AK-47

Postby MasterGunsmith » Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:14 pm

[SIZE="3"]DIY Homemade Slide Fire (bumpfire) stock for AK-47[/SIZE]


Materials Required:
1. Tapco Inrafuse Stock $49.00
2. Two 'L' brackets $2.50
3. Screws $0.50
4. Can of matte black spray paint $2.00
Total: $54
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1. Mount Intrafuse Stock to your AK-47

2. Remove the Stock Retaining Latch. Rotate the nut on the latch until you see the slot, there is a roll pin in this slot, tap out the roll pin, then unscrew the nut. The latch will now slide off.

3. Now that you have the latch off file down the edges (so that when assembled the latch can be pulled down and rotated sideways holding the latch open, thus allowing the stock to slide freely)

4. Reassemble the latch (don't for get to put the roll pin back in) and check the function as described above.

5. Remove rear sling swivel

6. Bend 'L' Bracket as seen in photo (using a vise to bend works best)

7. Line up the hole in the 'L' Bracket with sling swivel hole in the stock and screw together.

8. Drill hole in pistol grip, and screw 'L' Bracket to pistol grip (remove the original pistol grip screw and nut, the idea is to make the pistol grip and buttstock into one piece that slides freely back and forth on the Buffer Tube aka. stock extension).

9. cut a piece of an 'L' Bracket for use as a finger rest, screw it into the side of the pistol grip.

10. Spray paint to make it look good and protect the steel 'L' Bracket.
It is now ready to fire. If you wish to not bumpfire, all you've got to do is rotate the Stock Retaining latch around and let it spring back into place (this will lock up the stock so that you can shoot regularly).

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Notice the Stock Retaining latch is rotated side ways in the open position (ready to bumpfire).

http://www.slidefiresolutions.com/BATFE.pdf
Approval Letter from the BATFE for the "Slide Fire System"

http://youtu.be/1W9GfHes3YY
I made a video showing how it works.

http://youtu.be/wYYhjxsW5tY
Here is a video of me shooting it.
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Re: DIY Homemade Slide Fire (bumpfire) stock for AK-47

Postby MasterGunsmith » Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:31 pm

http://youtu.be/xFVUQru2THo
Here is the Stock I modeled mine after, they work the same only they charge $300 for their Stock. My version can be made by anyone, and only cost about $50 and 10min of your time to do.

I hope y'all enjoy. :gunsmile:
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Re: DIY Homemade Slide Fire (bumpfire) stock for AK-47

Postby OIFveteran » Thu Apr 05, 2012 9:06 am

I've been wanting to get a bump firing stock for my AR and am looking at one from slide fire solutions right now. Any certain brand you may recommend me to stay away from? Also, I heard from my old amorer you can put 8 quarters in the AR-15's buffer spring tube to make it fire like a full auto....but its illegal, damages the bolt over time, and the only way to stop the firing is to remove the magazine or expend it. However, in a WROL or SHTF scenario that may be a good idea for someone who is looking to do an immediate upgrade.....just FYI for the AR prepper.
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Re: DIY Homemade Slide Fire (bumpfire) stock for AK-47

Postby MasterGunsmith » Sun Apr 08, 2012 9:49 am

OIFveteran wrote:I've been wanting to get a bump firing stock for my AR and am looking at one from slide fire solutions right now. Any certain brand you may recommend me to stay away from? Also, I heard from my old amorer you can put 8 quarters in the AR-15's buffer spring tube to make it fire like a full auto....but its illegal, damages the bolt over time, and the only way to stop the firing is to remove the magazine or expend it. However, in a WROL or SHTF scenario that may be a good idea for someone who is looking to do an immediate upgrade.....just FYI for the AR prepper.


The Quarters is a bad idea, and could be verrrry dangerous. (Take my word for it. I was an Armorer when I was in the Army, I'm a certified Gunsmith, and am currently working as a Civilian Contractor 'Weapons Repair Specialist' for the US Army).

For a SHTF WROL a Lightning link conversion would be best (NFA Rules Apply) , and are easily made of thin piece of spring steel.
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/20489805/Lightning-Link-Plans-%28for-the-AR-15-rifle%29
http://www.quarterbore.com/nfa/lightninglink.html
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once again ALL NFA RULES APPLY! these can only be made by someone with a Class II-III SOT (or 5yrs in Club Fed with Bubba).
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Re: DIY Homemade Slide Fire (bumpfire) stock for AK-47

Postby OIFveteran » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:21 am

I never tried the quarters.... and by the sounds of it I'm glad I didn't. The stock from slide fire solutions comes with a BATF approval letter and doesn't require a class 3 stamp or a gunsmith to install since its just remove the adjustable stock and open up the trigger guard. So, its a purely legal if you go that route as well....just a bit pricey. The only thing stopping me is the $380 price tag since I can buy so many other necessary prep items rather than that. I hardly ever used the 3 round burst on my M-4 in combat either so thats another reason why I always put buying it on the back burner....However, thats probably because I had SAWs, 240's, and M2's providing the suppressive fire for me. So maybe I should LOL.
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