I was thinking about buying a slide fire stock and saw this thing called a lighting link I am just wanting to no if anybody has had any experience with the lighting link and is it legal to have it sounds kind of fishy to me
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You need a Class 2 manufacturers license to build a Lightning Link. It's not legal for the average individual. Completely different than a bump fire stock. Spend about $20K on a machine gun and you'd be allowed to use a Lightning Link on that gun.
It is far more important to be able to hit the target than it is to haggle over who makes a weapon or who pulls a trigger.
or the TAC-CON trigger works as well, I don't know from experience though
I had a Tac-con trigger when they first came out. Its a very short stroke and short reset trigger but it's not simulated full auto like the ads show unless you just hold a gun very loose to bumpfire. I could shoot slightly faster with the Tac than my S3G but not enough to make for the cost difference and the S3G is far better quality
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