Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD, AR-15 Bump Fire Rifle Stock Preview

Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD, AR-15 Bump Fire Rifle Stock Preview We have a variety of full reviews and videos on the way for Slide Fire products. In fact, our 2016 […]

Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD, AR-15 Bump Fire Rifle Stock Preview

Meprolight Tru-Dot RDS PRO on 16" AR-15 upper in .300 BLK on a SlideFire stock

16″ AR-15 upper in .300 BLK on a Slide Fire bump fire stock

We have a variety of full reviews and videos on the way for Slide Fire products. In fact, our 2016 Custom Gear-Report.com AR-15 wears one of these Slide Fire SAR-15 MOD bump fire stocks (link). We also have a Ruger 10/22 with a Slide Fire stock that Josejuan is reviewing and the Big Daddy, the Slide Fire BFR-556 Belt Fed Rifle that I will review very soon.

In the mean time, here is a quick preview of what you will see with the Slide Fire bump fire systems…

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Video below…

Shot this video at the range this morning while testing a 16″ AR-15 in .300 Blackout with the Slide Fire Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD stock and brand new GemTech GM-45 silencer since the ATF paperwork finally cleared. Also in this rifle are a NF Manufacturing DLC Bolt Carrier Group, Kynshot hydraulic buffer, and Hiperfire Trigger (link). As you can see, the SlideFire Slide Fire SSAR-15 MOD bump fire stock looks like it was made for shooting suppressed 300 BLK.


And yes, it was as fun as it looked.

.300 Blackout Subsonic ammo

GorillaAmmologoFor this test we started with a 20 round box of Troop Remanufactured .300 BLK subsonic from Gorilla Ammunition Company. The Gorilla ammo featured 220 grain Sierra Match King projectiles. While it shot perfectly, it produced an impressively massive amount of smoke.

Defender Ammunition CompanyNext I loaded about 20-ish rounds of Defender Ammunition Company 220 grain subsonic HPBT ammo for the same test. Again, it functioned flawlessly, but this time with a fraction of the smoke.

In fairness, I forgot the white lithium grease that Gemtech suggests for running the GM-45 silencer “wet”. So, I used the only thing I had with me and squirted some Slip 2000 EWL gun oil in the aft end of the silencer. It made a BIG difference in reducing the noise from the shots, but as the oil burned off it made an obscene amount of smoke. Maybe I’ll try a bit of water instead of oil next time I forget the grease.

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Jeff is the Editor in Chief of Gear Report and a National Shooting Sports Foundation Media member. He reports on the outdoor industry, reviews gear for camping, hiking, shooting, hunting, paddling, backpacking and other active pursuits. A USAF veteran, Jeff earned a MBA in Marketing and Health Services. He specializes in consultative selling and internet marketing. As the VP of BD & Marketing, Jeff provides sales and marketing leadership to MGECOM, Inc. and helps http://MGECOM.com acquire new clients in need of solutions for online merchants in need of Affiliate Marketing program management. Jeff founded and manages Cress Sales & Marketing LLC, offering online sales and marketing consulting and services to online merchants and service providers.