Slide Fire announced the company had teamed up with Colt Competition on a new CRZ-16 variant called the CRZ-16 Bump Fire Rifle. The new version of the gun, as you might expect, is equipped with a Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD stock that allows the shooter to “…achieve simulated full-auto fire without compromising safety or accuracy.”
The CRZ-16 Bump Fire Rifle has a 16″ 4150 CrMo steel barrel with a 1:8″ twist. It is chambered for the 5.56 NATO cartridge and uses a carbine length gas system. Up front, Colt Competition uses a low profile, fixed gas block. Surrounding the barrel is a 10″ aluminum hand guard with M-LOK attachment points. To help reduce muzzle rise and felt recoil, the company uses a two chamber muzzle brake.
The SSAR-15 MOD stock has an integral pistol grip. Colt Competition uses an oversized Magpul trigger guard and includes a single 30 round Magpul Pmag with the gun. The trigger is a colt product that is said to be target grade with a six pound pull.
These rifles have a suggested retail price of $1,199. Taking a look at the Colt Competition site, I see that this is the same price as the standard CRZ-16 with an M-4 style stock and pistol grip. While the rifle has a sub-MOA guarantee, don’t expect to make “simulated full-auto” groups of an inch or so at 100+ yards.