HELLFIRE GEN 2

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  1. mark groenig

    mark groenig New Member

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    I purchased one of these last week for my AK 47. Doesn't work!! I contacted the company 3x, and each time they sent a link to their video. There is supposed to be play when the unit is installed but mine is as tight as it can get. Total junk and NO customer service.
     

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    gdmoody Full Time Moderator Moderator Supporting Member

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    What exactly is a Hellfire Gen 2?
     

  3. mark groenig

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    Look at the pix on my thread. It's a snap- on rapid fire trigger accessory.
     
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    gdmoody Full Time Moderator Moderator Supporting Member

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    I looked at the picture, didn't tell me a thing except that something was on your trigger!;)
     
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  5. mark groenig

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    That is what it is. Google "Hellfire trigger" and it will give you all their hype.
     
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    gdmoody Full Time Moderator Moderator Supporting Member

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    Cute gun! Quite unusual color scheme, the liberals can't complain about that one.:)
     
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  7. mark groenig

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    That was the point, as one friend said, retired ATFE, "As innocuous as a jelly bean but as lethal as an AK"
     

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  8. gdmoody

    gdmoody Full Time Moderator Moderator Supporting Member

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    I looked at a video. I see what it is supposed to do. I am curious of what makes it work, is there a spring in it somewhere or is it made of rubber band type of material.

    I built an AR that is (I think) is liberal proof:
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    Love that gun George but I’m afraid I have the current liberal proof AR. ;)

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  10. tuckerd1

    tuckerd1 Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator Supporting Member

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    I cannot see how those mods make it any less lethal. Just more PITA to me to reload with fixed mag. Are stripper clips available. Pop rear pin out, strip in 10 rounds, pop rear pin in. Charge.
     
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    Firpo Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Well @tuckerd1 mine has a mag release. Because I have a “muzzle break” and a non-adjustable stock that doesn’t have a pistol grip it’s considered “featureless” and as such I get to have a standard magazine system.......for now.
     
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  12. tuckerd1

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    Them evil pistol grips!