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Testopumped 02-27-2010 11:09 PM


Im totaly new to all what guns stands for, so i want to ask a question!
Does ANYBODY know i there is a manufacture of semi-automatic pistols that are named Ekol? and a gun with the name Ekol Special 99 9mm made for sotis? is this a real gun or what?

skullcrusher 02-27-2010 11:16 PM

Hello. Normally the new members stop by the Introduction thread and let us get to know them a bit.

To which game are you referring?

c3shooter 02-27-2010 11:35 PM

Well, they are real- in the sense that you can touch them. What they are not is firearms. IIRC, made in Europe (Czech? I'll have to czech on that...) they are Blank guns/ tear gas pistols. Not capable of firing a bullet. Here is one-

Highpower 02-28-2010 04:18 AM

c3.... You never cease to amaze me. Talk about pulling a rabbit out of the hat! :D

Testopumped 02-28-2010 02:17 PM

Hello !
sorry for not introduction my self.
I got a chans to get a nice looking gun like the one i describe in my first post. But im totaly new to all what guns stand for, thats why i posted this post.
This gun is something strange with, it looks like the change det pipe of the gun to some other and i was loaded with 7.62 cal ammo. and on the side of the gun it stands Ekol special 99 9mm made for sotis.
This gun must be a fu*king mess i suppose?

thanks !

willfully armed 02-28-2010 05:26 PM


NO grasp of grammar?

7.62 in a pistol is likely going to be a 32 auto. You cant run 32 in a 9 or visa versa.

Testopumped 02-28-2010 08:37 PM

Sorry it was 7.65cal not 7.62. the gun looks and sounds very strange to me, but as i said i dont know mutch about firearms. But he fired it and the bullet when away, and thats strange, from what i haird you cant convert a blankgun to a real or am i wrong?

c3shooter 03-01-2010 12:01 AM

It can be done. In most cases, not legally. In most cases, not safely. These are sometimes called Frankenguns- like the monster in Frankenstein that was made by stitching together parts of dead bodies.

So far as I know, these were made only in a caliber that is used only for tear gas and blank ammunition, and any safe conversion to live ammunition is HIGHLY doubtful.

On the other hand, I have seen shotguns that were made from pieces of gas pipe. I did not wish to fire those, and I would not wish to fire the one you asked about.

I am guessing that English may not be your first language, and you may be in Europe somewhere. European nations have a requirement for proof testing and marking of firearms. Means a goverment test agency did a test firing of the weapon with a high pressure cartridge. I will bet you a beer of your chosing that THAT pistol has no proof marks for ball ammunition.

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