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Old 08-12-2014, 06:17 AM   #41
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Default Winchester Liberator and Colt Defender

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"Double barrels are overrated, let's make a scatter gun with 15 barrels."

Very interesting thread, it's cool to see the designs that have been thought of over the years.
They did make multibarrel scatter guns.
two remarkable shotgun designs that sprang from the fertile imagination of gun designer Robert Hillberg. They were originally conceived as guerilla and counter-guerilla weapons for clandestine warfare, and as such, they were shrouded in secrecy. To appreciate the Hillberg weapons, it is first necessary to consider modern guerilla warfare.
I included a tripple barrled Chiappa shotgun.
also a very old 4 barrel hunting gun.
http://milpas.cc/rifles/ZFiles/Shotguns/Hillerman%20Insurgency%20Weapons/Hillerman%20Insurgency%20Weapons.htm


The tripple barrel break action 12ga shotgun
http://www.chiappafirearms.com/product/2629
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Default multi barreled handguns

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Czechoslovakian 1960's / 70's experimental triplex .45 auto

http://iaaforum.org/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=12406


http://www.horstheld.com/0-71.html


http://www.horstheld.com/0-Spain.htm
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Default tripple shot M1911 type hand gun

*Czechoslovakian 1960's / 70's experimental triplex .45 auto

The prototype handgun to fire multiple projectiles from a single cartridge, early ones were 3 and up to 7 bullets fried from a single handgun cartridge.

http://iaaforum.org/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=12406

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Default LeMat revolvers the cartridge types

Not long after the American Civil War the LeMat multishot revolver morphed from its cap & ball original form into cartridge firing versions produced in europe, starting with rimfires, pin fires and centerfires.


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http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LeMat_Revolver


http://www.cascity.com/forumhall/index.php?topic=31345.0


http://www.horstheld.com/0-Lemat-123.htm

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If you are ever in Richmond VA, make time to visit the Virginia Historical Society, AKA "The Battle Abbey". Nice LeMat carbine in their display. There is also the only "Pacificator" carbine made- 48 shots/ minute, and the only patent issued by the US Govt to a resident of the Confederacy. They also have a Cofer revolver (one of 13 in exitence) which held Confederate Patent #1.
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Default Hinawa revolver of the Edo era*

Who woulda thought of Japanese Samurai carrying these matchlock revolvers around before Sam colt and the percussion cap fired revolver?


http://www.littlegun.info/curios%20et%20antiquites/a%20revolver%20ancetre%20gb.htm

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Default 15mm revolving shotgun

Here is a nifty pinfired revolving shotgun.
Kinda pretty.

unknown manufacturer, circa 1865. Octagonal barrel merging to round, barrel blued with*smooth bore*incalibre 15 mm. On the barrel root marked "4" as well as unknown mark at the side. Frame carries Rocaille engravings, 4-shot cylinder for conical brass shotshells(?). The chambers are numbered 1 - 4. On the right loading gate and extractor. Trigger with repeating lever.

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Default Larson Winterros Patent of 1884 Leveraction Shotgun

This is one nice looking lever action shotgun.
12 bore shotgun made by Larsen & Winterros, Patent of 1884,
Swedish inventor "Carl Axel Theodor Sjogren" had three Swedish patents linked to the design of this unique gun, 5 shot take down model. The last gun to be made in Carl Sjogren's design was just over a hundred years ago in 1909, and the records lead us to believe that only 6,000 were ever made

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Default Russian Space pistol, the TP-82

Russian Space pistol, the TP-82, This three barreled weapon was in service with the Russians since 1986 to 2006 and has been carried by their cosmonauts on several space missions. The two top barrels are side-by-side smoothbore barrels that can fire shotgun shells and signalling flares. The bottom barrel is rifled and fires more conventional 5.45x39 mm. ammunition (the same as that used by theAK-74*assault rifle)

TP-82 cosmonaut (space men) survival weapon was born out of experience, gained by the crew of the Soviet space mission Voskhod-2, which took place in 1965. The landing capsule of the Voskhod-2, with two cosmonauts (space men) onboard, made emergency landing deep in the winter taiga forest. Two men spent more than two full days in the middle of the freezing forests, armed only with Makarov PM pistol, which was close to useless for wilderness survival (defense against predatory animals and hunting).
One of two Voskhod-2 crew members, Alexey Leonov, remembered this experience, and later came up with idea of the dedicated wilderness survival weapon for space crews that made emergency landings far from populated areas. Official approval for the idea came only in 1981. Several projects were submitted to commission, led by Leonov, who by that time became Maj.-General of Soviet Air Forces and second-in-chief of the Soviet Cosmonaut training center. After serious consideration commission selected TOZ-82 weapon as a winner. It was developed at the Tula arms factory (TOZ), and ammunition was designed by TSNII TochMash. Limited production of the TOZ-82 survival weapon, also known as TP-82, commenced at TOZ factory in 1982, and it was first issued to the crew of the Soviet space mission Soyuz T-6, which was launched into the orbit in June of 1982. Manufacture of TP-82 weapon was completed in about 1987, because “enough guns were made to outfit space missions and certain Air Force aircraft crews”. It was routinely issued to Soviet and Russian space missions until about 2007, when original stocks of the ammunition ran out of shelf life period. It is believed that current Russian space missions do not carry these weapons into space.
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Default $85k for a bolt action rifle? A double barreled bolt action?

Ok what sort of rifle would a rich person buy to go hunting in Lion/Tiger/Bruin country?

How about a expensive hand crafted Austrian belted magnum bolt action work of art that tips the scales at 13 pounds?
Hmm if my Rex math still works that's something like over $6500 a pound.:eek:
Try one of these puppies.
A rifle that you work the bolt once every 2 shots?


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