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Old 02-16-2010, 02:40 AM   #1
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I wasn't sure if this belongs in "shotgun" or "handgun" section.

Apparently this home-made gun is the new big thing in Taiwan gangs. Street value $6000!
I think my .40 self defense rounds get the job done but what do you guys think?

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Old 02-16-2010, 03:48 AM   #2
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I wasn't sure if this belongs in "shotgun" or "handgun" section.

Apparently this home-made gun is the new big thing in Taiwan gangs. Street value $6000!
I think my .40 self defense rounds get the job done but what do you guys think?
I dig the half ass Beretta logo with "made in the USA" below it. Definitely makes it worth six large.
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Does the ammo look shrink wrapped? Can't I.D. it.

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Here is the South American version of a homemade "one-shot" shotgun (a.k.a. Hechiza), frequently used by the Mapuches (indigenous inhabitants) in the south of Chile in their recent battles against the government.
The ammo is allocated in the smaller tube (left), and is then pushed inside the bigger tube, where at the far right end is velded a nail, so as the ammo hits the nail it ignites the primer,....

Value ...5$

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Apparently this home-made gun is the new big thing in Taiwan gangs. Street value $6000!
I think my .40 self defense rounds get the job done but what do you guys think?
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Can you get them with different chokes tubes installed?

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Here is the South American version of a homemade "one-shot" shotgun (a.k.a. Hechiza), frequently used by the Mapuches (indigenous inhabitants) in the south of Chile in their recent battles against the government.
The ammo is allocated in the smaller tube (left), and is then pushed inside the bigger tube, where at the far right end is velded a nail, so as the ammo hits the nail it ignites the primer,....

Value ...5$

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Apparently this home-made gun is the new big thing in Taiwan gangs. Street value $6000!
I think my .40 self defense rounds get the job done but what do you guys think?
Looks like a wrist breaker to me.
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Does the ammo look shrink wrapped? Can't I.D. it.
It looks like it's all taped together.
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It looks like it's all taped together.
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Can you get them with different chokes tubes installed?
Sure but then the value goes up,...
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