Bump Fire Systems Stock Now Available

For those looking at getting into a bump fire stock, and not looking to spend the $260+ to get a Slide Fire stock there is a alternative that is now available for $99.  From Bump Fire Systems the stock is polymer and as the same features that you see in most stocks now with an “on/off” selector that locks into the buffer tube and trigger finger rest.


Currently it is only available for the AR platform and for right handed shooters. An AK variation is also in the works, but not available as of this writing. Here is a marketing video, from them showing the function of the stock. You can also check out their site here: http://www.bumpfiresystems.com/

Look for a full review of one coming up soon as I just received one for testing and look forward to getting on a rifle in the next couple of weeks.


  • Nicks87

    Finally, a novelty stock at a novelty price. I dont know what the slide-fire people were thinking charging $260 for a range toy. I think it looks better than the slide-fire version as well.

    • sammy_ j_bird

      Not just a novelty price, but saves you more money for ammo! I also agree with you on the looks.

      • John

        If you factor in the cost of a low end collapsible stock ($50) or a grip ($25) for a new AR build, the bump fire feature is only really $25. Yup, sounds right.

        Taccon and slide fire just S their pants.

    • dan citizen

      At 100$ it’s worth buying vs making one.

  • gunslinger

    a c-note? might actually be worth it.


    dat video though, she’s clearly a highly trained firearm professional with years of experience.
    though a good product at a better price point

    • USMC03Vet

      Never seen such a disappointed face after automatic fire in my life.


        lol, not to mention, (assuming the was no malfunction of the bolt catch) she keep her finger on the trigger when there was still a round in the chamber!!! im surprised she didn’t ad,
        it looks like its the first time she ever shot a gun in her life.
        I’d rather have an ugly old marine shoot it and promote good firearm safety than have some dumb blonde with the IQ of 7 and breast the size of mountains shoot it.
        Just my 2 cents.

      • You never will I guarantee it!

  • kingghidorah

    I like how here cheeks were bouncing.

    • dan citizen

      On my screen the camera was too high to see.

    • Patrick Mingle

      ooooooohhhhhh you meant cheeks…

  • Marty Ewer

    It’s a good price for what it is. The aesthetic design of such a stock still has a long ways to go, I believe. Slidefire’s stock is too expensive for what it is IMHO. And Fostech’s stock is just too much in every regard. However, unless Bumpfire Systems has licensed the technology from Slidefire, I see this ending very badly for Bumpfire Systems. As I have been working on my company’s own bumpfire technology over the past five years–and have a patent pending for our system–I am intimately familiar with the patents that Jeremiah Cottle now owns. (Spoiler alert: Even though it was Fostech, which owned Bill Akins’ patent at the time, that originally sued Slidefire for patent infringement, Slidefire ended up with the Akins patent. That must have been a hell of a closed-door meeting. But I digress.) And given the litigious history involving bumpfire stocks, I can see Cottle filing suit before the day’s out. Treble damages are going to be painful for Bumpfire Systems’ owner.

    • John

      Patent cases can also go on for years.

      Recovering the “damages” will the hard part, by then the profits will be long gone.

      These stocks probably cost $20 to make.

  • Marko

    Can this be used on an M&P 15-22?

    • Probably–I’d check with the company before I bought one.

    • Porty1119

      Marko, I’ve heard that .22 ARs tend to not generate sufficient recoil impulse to cycle the slide system. It tends to require an extremely light build for proper function. Even if the stock fits your rifle, it may not work as advertised.

      • Geodkyt

        Or a light enough trigger pull. . .

      • ensitue

        lots of 22LR slide fire vids on UTube

      • justme

        Just need a light trigger. I speak from experience.

    • Did some checking and yes indeed it will work with a 22 conversion.

  • Will

    Polymer front sight mounted backwards on a gas block? Its like visual shorthand for “ignore this product”

    To be fair, so is a bump fire stock.

  • Thracian Beast

    Ahhh, more of this crap. MURICA!!!!!

  • Bill

    I wonder if its possible to fire singles, doubles and triples without having to lock the stock.

    And her boobs aren’t THAT big. Give the company some credit – they didn’t put her in a bikini

    Funny how they never show the target after a demo like this. If all thirty rounds could be put in a fist size group, then it might be worth something.

  • jeff

    finally , ill buy one at this price i wonder if it locks back like a regular stock also

  • Hank Seiter

    They should have had someone who actually knows how to hold an AR in a combat assault stance demonstrating the device. But I guess hotties sell stuff.

    And therein lies the problem with full-auto fire (or pseudo full-auto fire), the vast majority of shooters, who think themselves Rambos, don’t know how to effectively use or control full-auto. Though I’ve trained on Class III 5.56 weaponry to be able to put most full-auto rounds on center-of-mass out to 50 and sometimes 75 meters, I think the most difficult thing to teach the wannabees is full-auto fire discipline.

    But, hey, it’s a good way to burn through ones precious stock of 5.56 in a Zombie Apocalypse or EMP/Grid down scenario if that hasn’t crossed the average shooters/patriots’ mind. BTW, our shooting club (for good reasons) banned bumpfire devices so good luck shooting them at the ol’ farm with all the muzzle climb.

  • Prof X

    Looks like you might want to hurry and get one. Appears there is an impending suit.