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Posted this over on the Japanese Collector Boards where I'm usually at, but thought you all would enjoy this as well.

This feature presentation demonstrates the ability to bump fire a semi-automatic Polish Radom "Arsenal 11" Degtyaryov DPM, the modernized variant of the original DP-28 design. The weapon is certainly heavy, and combined with a light recoil, is difficult to bump fire. Nevertheless, I was able to provide consistent, accurate bursts "walking rounds" across the berm at 100 yards. The jams are due to the lack of support on the back of the weapon whilst bump firing, and can be attributed to the bolt subsequently returning forward prematurely on its stroke. Nonetheless a very fun weapon to bump fire off the bipod, and a certainly quite accurate one as well.

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