|What is bump firing?
|Bump firing is when you shoot the
rifle from your hip (can also be done from the shoulder
if you are really good) and allow the recoil of the rifle
to rapidly pull the trigger, the result is a close to
full auto rate of fire that is very inacurate.
|How do I bump fire?
First you hold the rifle at the
right side of your hip. Once in place you put your trigger
finger in front of the trigger(finger must be straight).
The hand you are shooting with must not hold the pistol
grip or any part of the rifle. To fire you pull the
rifle forward with the hand holding the front hand guard.
If you do it correctly your trigger finder should come
in contact with the trigger because the rifle is being
pulled forward. Once the rifle starts firing keep pulling
the rifle forward with your hand that is holding the
front of the rifle. Rember one must keep pulling the
rifle into your straight trigger finger, you should
not move you trigger finger into the trigger. This might
seem a little weird so I included a page with a animated
gif of me bump firing and a few videos of some burst
Once you get good enough to do it from the hip you
can move on up to the shoulder bump. View the shoulder
bump video to get an idea of how it is done. And yes
the video is of me with a STOCK SAR-2.
To watch the videos you must right click on the link
and select "save target as". Once the video
is saved to the hard drive double click on the video
file to watch. You will need the latest version of quick
time and DIVX to view the clips.
|What about those triggers attachments
that promise full auto firing rates?
|They are all trash, do not waist your
money, all your doing is bump firing any way.