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So, I like weird guns and gun bits. A local shop has an AR-15 with a wacky grip on it. It wraps up and connects to where you'd attach a regular trigger guard for a lower that didn't have one built in.



Does anyone here happen to know the proper name for this type of grip? The shop guys say it's a bump fire grip.

Thanks in advance,
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Have to see picture's of the actual grip.
 

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I stopped by the shop on my way to work today. The first post is now updated with a real photo. I tried to take a close up of the connection nearest the magazine well, but it's very blurry.
 

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I've never seen anything like it. Looks interesting but like a toy for sure. Still would like to know more.
 

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Called the ULTIMATE Trigger Actuator invented and patented by Patrick Teel and manufactured and sold by Firearms System & Design of Minneapolis, MN. Supposedly made back in the 80s and I don't think it's manufactured anymore. I have no other info about it...this is from Google but hopefully it helps?
 

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Wow, what an interesting piece.
 

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Called the ULTIMATE Trigger Actuator invented and patented by Patrick Teel and manufactured and sold by Firearms System & Design of Minneapolis, MN. Supposedly made back in the 80s and I don't think it's manufactured anymore. I have no other info about it...this is from Google but hopefully it helps?
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looks like a paintball gun double trigger. so lets look at it a little...there is a bolt at the top in front of the triger with a pin and keeper on it so it moves the groove look to have your hole hand wrap in it, 2 fingers above and below. top linkage loots to slide backwards and i would guess there is a mechanism in the grip. there is an arm behind the trigger as well. i would bet that its a mechanical trigger reset to mimic full auto but sense its still 1 shot per trigger pull its still legal. just observations. but it is possible that from the looks of the bottom part of the "trigger" arm that moving it forward is important as well. maybe fires as you pull and push so may be early bump fire trigger.

would be interesting to have in the safe. a bit unique.
 

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Also think it is an early type of bump-fire trigger system!
 
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