This video is of seperate scenes recorded at Dragon Man's machine gun range in Colorado. In this video, I attempted to, "stick-finger" my weapons as quickly as possible.
Scene 1: My first time stick-fingering my Bushmaster Carbon 15 9mm Carbine with a BetaCo 100rd C-mag. (this is the scene where I first discovered, "bump-firing" as my arm got tired so I resorted to just shooting as fast as I could. (you'll notice the surprise on my face that bump-firing actually worked)
Scene 2: Me & my Arsenal SAS-M7 with a 30rd mag. I thought the mag was empty, but point shooting revealed that it weasn't, so I bump-fired it for the remaining of the mag.
Scene 3: First time stick-fingering my FN Five-seveN pistol. I thought the mag was empty & that the slide just didn't lock back, but it had 4 rounds remaining. (the first of 4 gets ejected when I pull the slide back) Then I just fired the remaining 3.
Scene 4: 2nd try with the Five-seveN. Same thing happened for the last 3 rounds. (I suppose I just got out of the groove)
Scene 5: Me TRYING to bump-fire my podna MP5's Sabre Defense Massad Ayoob signature series XR15A3 & failing, then resorting to stick-fingering. At this point we had already fired about 1200 rounds. It was so dirty, that I had a failure-to-feed, so I had to use the forward assist. When that didn't seem to push the bolt forward, I thought it was another issue. So I pulled the bolt back to clear the chamber & try again, but once again it failed to feed. I finally hit the forward assist harder & the bolt finally went fully into battery. I then proceeded to empty the drum.
Scene 6: MP5 attempting to stick-finger my Five-seveN pistol.
Scene 7: Me & my FN FS2000 doing a very nice mag-dump.
Scene 8: Me attempting to stick-finger my H&K USP Tactical .45ACP pistol. At the end of this scene I was saying, "Unfortunately, the mag only holds 12 rounds.".
Be sure to see the first & thrid video from this range!!! (just shooting & Bump-firing)