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Old 07-09-2009, 05:20 AM   #11
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Forget definitions, let's talk about the baby carraige. There are BP double-barrel pistols. Keep in mind that the shotguns and pistols are meant for shot.

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I don't know if it's legal but I would truly like to see your invention come to life

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The gun will be the least cool part. There are the switchblade naginata (halberd), and the out the front spears.

What kind of wood?

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This is the basis.

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Looks like you have to go with bambo and teak?

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I like teak.

Maybe I'll get one of those pepperbox kits for the front. Two would be better.

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If you mounted a claymore on the front, would it send the baby carraige zooming off backwards when it was fired? I've always wondered about that; those lil spikes they stick in the ground to hold them in all the groovy movies don't seem very substantial.

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Claymores have a tendency to just sort of vanish. Trained on arming and firing one for years, but the first time I did it for real, I just knew I was gonna somehow create enough static electricity to pop the blasting cap halfway into the mine.

Scariest thing I've done in my life.

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Lets be honest here Benning, if you manage to create one of those, the ATF won't care about legality 'cause you have a MOTHER ****ING BP MACHNE GUN, and anything they do won't be able to match its awesomeness.

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Totally loved that series.

As a manufacturing FFL I can tell you this. Your good on many levels.

1)Gatling guns are perfectly legal as long as they are hand cranked and no motor in involved.

2) Being a muzzle loader allot of laws like barrel length minimums for SBR's are out the window. That is why you can own a muzzle loading shot gun with a super short barrel.

I would love to see this cart.

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