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    MY New DPMS AR-15

    Picked this up a few weeks ago. It's chambered in .223 and eats any ammo I put through it. I added the picatinny rails so I could mount the bi-pod & forefrip. I didn't plan on getting a collaspable buttstock however my wife really enjoys shooting it and i think she could benifit from a collaspable buttstock so I'm gonna throw one on as well. It came with 2 - 30 round mags (forgot to put in pics below)




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    That's a nice little blaster!

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    Very nice. Congrats!

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    Ya I'm very excited myself. I just taught myself how to "bump fire" it. For those who don't know what bump firing is its simply a way ro make any semi automatic fire like a fully automatic weapon with no modification. I posted a link to a vid I found on YOUTUBE. Search BUMP FIRING and there are a ton of kewl vids of it. (THE VID IN THE POST IS NOT ME)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-nUA52BS3c

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    So I finally got my adjustable stock put on last nite. I also pulled my cheap HALO sight off my beretta NEOS U22 pistol and am gonna sight it in and see how it works


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    Quote Originally Posted by Uno99 View Post
    Ya I'm very excited myself. I just taught myself how to "bump fire" it.
    So you taught yourself how to spray lots of ammo uselessly and inaccurately down range. Congrats.

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    I don't think I'll try that with my 6.8mm.

    I know how my shoulder feels after shooting off 2 or 3 magazines - I can't imagine how my thumb would handle that. Or am I wrong in assuming they are shooting off .223?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    So you taught yourself how to spray lots of ammo uselessly and inaccurately down range. Congrats.
    I agree with ya, I'll the accuracy over the noise. I can spend a lot less money for a lot more result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    So you taught yourself how to spray lots of ammo uselessly and inaccurately down range. Congrats.
    To be fair, I hear that applied to people who get the BATF stamp and own an automatic weapon as well...at least he only blew the cost of a mag or two instead of $200.

    Although I have to admit that's a more useless way to spray ammo than the more conventional methods.

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