spookypunky: I was gonna say, this would be BUMP-FIRING. Thanks for the waste of time
Brad Barber: Thumbs down for using a slide fire stock
78Deltafox: When I read the title "Colt LE 6920 M4, I thought that it was going to be video with somebody shooting "Post Sample". This is just a Colt LE with a Slide Fire, still nice though.
Nick Carroll: technically it is
moneyshot555: Slide fire stock not full auto
20TheGame09: The only difference is ejection location.
DANPH77 ENTERTAINMENT - GAMING: Actually it ejects the bullet and the casing. ;) lol
claudiu 111: Nor doe a real rifle. It only ejects casings.
Steckster100: Thats the SSAR15 stock. Not full auto, but very cool!
Rule Britannia: i meant my gun is a bb gun
Rule Britannia: i have this gun. sadly its a bb gun.
UH1Huey3113: Gotta love Slide Fire Solutions!
BuckeyeGunny: Good ole' slide fire stocks!
DeliciousPho: Well the top m4 does but it doesn't have smoke coming out or nearly as much recoil as a real gun and it has a plastic sound when the bolt goes forward and the whine of an aeg when it is shot.
MrZacfisher: nice gun it never even smoked a little and theres nothing wrong with a gun smoking a little you know how they usually do after you shoot so many especially full auto, it didnt smoke at all must be pretty reliable
xCrimsonxTidex: Down here in the south, we basically have no strict gun laws. But what he is using is a slidefire stock, which allows you to bump fire, which is perfectly legal. To own an automatic rifle, you have to own a Class-3 lisence to own NFA firearms, or simply the gun's title.
xCrimsonxTidex: Some airsoft guns do. Shell ejecting guns are more like collectables than skirmish-able guns. Just say'in. You still owned that Gabriel guy going full retard though.