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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by PAMedic=F|A= View Post
    Safe or giggle....lol.


    But in all seriousness, is this drop in wall hanger safe? Because I know the trigger groups the army put in to make their M4s full auto behave a pesky habit of going *bang* when the selector switch is moved from safe to anything else, without a trigger pull.
    I should have said "safe" or "Boogaloo" ;-)
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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Anyone buy those accusations? Turning ARs into "machine guns"?
    Why that's a big effing nope.

    Amazing how these knuckleheads are terrorists but AntiFags and Black Lies Matter are not...

    Wonder if the Redcoats had a goofy name for us back in the day?
    All of my guns are lubed with BACON GREASE.

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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Jhaydeno View Post
    That makes better sense, thanks. Riding the bolt could easily cause a round to discharge before the bolt is fully engaged, which may cause significant injury. I would imagine it*s not hard to time these DIAS as you do a MG, with different thickness rods to avoid that danger.
    I thought that bolt riding actually prevented discharge because the hammer doesn't swat the primer hard enough.
    Thank you for keeping me safe.

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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    It ain't nuffin' serious 'til the Proud Boys get involved.
    Thank you for keeping me safe.

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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    It ain't nuffin' serious 'til the Proud Boys get involved.
    Regardless; the enemy of our enemies are our friends..
    All of my guns are lubed with BACON GREASE.

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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by nfafan View Post
    Why that's a big effing nope.

    Amazing how these knuckleheads are terrorists but AntiFags and Black Lies Matter are not...

    Wonder if the Redcoats had a goofy name for us back in the day?
    "Yankee Doodle" is a mocking song about the Colonial yokels.
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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC3531 View Post
    No it doesnt cause hammer follow. The sear will catch the hammer when the bolt closes it releases the sear letting the hammer go forward.
    Then my mistake, was basing this off of an animated gif I had seen to explain the action.

    Point was meant to be, they work.

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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by icp4life162005 View Post
    Then my mistake, was basing this off of an animated gif I had seen to explain the action.

    Point was meant to be, they work.
    Yes, they all work in roughly the same way. An auto sear, DIAS, lightning loop or clothes hanger all release the hammer in a timed method to achieve FA, either by sear releasing a notched full auto hammer, or the cheat via disconnector, both being released by the BCG as it passes back to battery.

    I think the timing rods were .08, .10, .12. The idea being that if the bolt face was .10* or less from the chamber and the hammer was released, (trigger still pulled), the bolt had time to engage and rotate for lockup before the hammer struck the firing pin. .12 or greater and you risk the entire assembly engaging your face! Not something legal for most of us, and nothing to screw around with anyway.
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    Default Re: 'Boogaloo' have been illegally buying 3D-printed machine gun parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    I thought that bolt riding actually prevented discharge because the hammer doesn't swat the primer hard enough.
    I thought the bent piece kept the hammer from releasing, until the bolt was nearly home, not that it let the hammer ride the bolt home.
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