I find walks in the woods to be very relaxing. The fact that I am dragging a dead body is irrelevant
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Hey stranger ! long time no see .
Better to have it and not need it , than to need it and not have it
The burst rate is not up to the Slide Fire Stock. It is not nearly that automatic. The burst size is up to you to control. They do not work like the M-16 A2 with a burst fire on the selector switch. As long as you put forward pressure on the forend grip it will continue to fire till the mag is empty. For a three round burst you just have to quit pushing forward after the third round. It takes a few mags to get the timing down but after you get it... any size burst you want to shoot is just a matter of counting rounds.
I leave mine on my ARs all the time. If I go out to shoot the AR I use the Slide Fire Stock. You will have to work with it to get used to it, but for me it really turns loose the power of the AR.
I don't want to come off sounding like an expert, I'm not an expert, but what do you want to know about them?
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