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Super Tac Trigger? Easy Auto AK!

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Old 02-10-2010, 08:27 PM   #11
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If you can't look at your trigger group and see how easy it would be to make your AK auto, you should not be handling guns.

Just kidding, but realize, it is SO SO SO simple it's funny.

I've never done it, and wont while society is still civilized...

But if/when it goes down, AUTO all the way!

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Old 02-11-2010, 02:20 AM   #12
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just learn to bump fire. its fun when you want to have a little burst and then back to semi auto without having to change anything.

its really easy to do it just takes a little practice
I did bump firing, It's okay, but I'd rather not have to fire from the hip, want to have the rifle shouldered while shooting full auto.
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I did bump firing, It's okay, but I'd rather not have to fire from the hip, want to have the rifle shouldered while shooting full auto.
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Old 02-11-2010, 06:51 PM   #14
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If you can't look at your trigger group and see how easy it would be to make your AK auto, you should not be handling guns.

Just kidding, but realize, it is SO SO SO simple it's funny.

I've never done it, and wont while society is still civilized...

But if/when it goes down, AUTO all the way!

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If you are talking about removing/grinding/tieing back the sear, then easy yes, safe not so sure about that. The AK was designed with a 3rd Pin, and a cut out in the rail for a reason, to keep the weapon from firing out of battery.

If in fact that is what you are suggesting then I think you should ask your self if YOU should be handling firearms, and giving out advice..
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Old 02-11-2010, 09:49 PM   #15
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If you can't look at your trigger group and see how easy it would be to make your AK auto, you should not be handling guns.

Just kidding, but realize, it is SO SO SO simple it's funny.

I've never done it, and wont while society is still civilized...

But if/when it goes down, AUTO all the way!

Foon
actually to go true full auto you'd need a different trigger group and would have drill a couple holes and add another pin to the receiver. the semi auto and fully auto groups are pretty different. disabling the disconnect will result in short bursts (about 3-5 rounds) typically the hammer quickly losses time and simply follows the bolt down resulting in a failure fire. all it does is create a slam fire situation which is fine for a open bolt design but in a closed bolt design such as the AK family it is not safe as it will eventually fire out of battery (not a good idea with sheet metal receiver) , not to mention the hassle of constantly clearing a round just to charge the hammer. basically if your gun has a firing pin that is a separate from the bolt and/or lugs on the bolt then slam fire is bad, auto trip sears are good.
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Old 03-22-2010, 10:31 PM   #16
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i want to keep it legal man

I know how to make it full auto, know someone that did it. I want my AK to be legal though. Thats why I was searching for an easy alternative to make it auto but still legal. I might make my own device on a CNC machine. Thanks guys for the help.
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Old 03-10-2011, 04:25 PM   #17
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This actually looks kind of cool if it works, safely. How does this work guys? Anyone have it?
Since full auto is illegal, this seems like it could be a viable legal option, why are you guys against it?
Full Auto is Legal with a tax stamp. The Machine gun must have been made before May 1986, and the cost of these weapons are outrageous.
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:40 PM   #18
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WASTE of money time and ammo..

If you wanna make lots of noise Bump fire it..

If you want to be efficient with your Rifle..Learn semi auto.
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Old 03-11-2011, 06:10 PM   #19
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last thing I want is law enforcement curious to what I have if they hear full auto type fire. why do that to yourself. plus it just wastes ammo.
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There are a lot of registered machineguns out there.

Full auto can be accurate, and efficient.
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