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Old 05-03-2014, 11:04 PM   #1
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Default Absolutely Insane Revolver!

WOW,
I will bet it did have some recoil! "TOTALLY INSANE"!

Ever seen a triple barrel eighteen shot revolver? Me neither
3 firings per trigger pull !! Bet she kicks a bit.
Triple Barreled Revolver
Check this one-of a kind triple barreled revolver….
Just two months ago we featured the double barrel, semi-automatic pistol,
but it appears that someone had a more extreme-idea, many years before…
enter the insane tripled barrel -revolver.
Unfortunately not much is known about Spanish gunsmith who created the
firearm, the only information passed on by the previous owner is that the
piece is indeed a ‘unique’
The gun utilizes a tip-down or break-open system similar to
Smith & Wesson models. It’s originally crafted from an
adapted 6.35 pistol and sports a 3” barrel with-fixed front sight.
The single trigger fires 3 rounds at one -time, totaling 18 rounds on a single load.


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Old 05-03-2014, 11:53 PM   #2
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Don't tell the liberals. They'll want to ban that, too.


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There is a French revolver that appears similar but only fires one round at a time. Holds something like 20 rounds? I'll see if I can find it.

Edit: It was the Lefaucheux 20-shot pin fire revolver.

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FWIW- if you have never read it- get your hands on a copy of Firearms Curiosa by Winant. Your library may be able to get it for you on interlibrary loan. Book is out of print, but the NRA did a limited reprint, bound in leather with gilt edged pages (got mine!)

There are more weird, strange and unusual firearms between the covers of that book than you can imagine. There are a few copies for sale at alibris.com and at amazon.com.
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Unfortunately not much is known about Spanish gunsmith who created the
firearm...

...except that he was locked in a padded room for the rest of his life.
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How about this one ?...............

http://www.horstheld.com/0-541.htm
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There is some weird stuff that has been made over the years. The Walch was a 12 shot ball and cap revolver- with 12 nipples, and 6 chambers. 2 shots in each chamber.

http://www.prices4antiques.com/Revolver-Walch-Navy-Model-Revolver-12-Shot-Cylinder-36-Caliber-D9911296.html
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If you want a crazy-ass but more realistic high capacity handgun check out this one-
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Is there a speed-loader for that?


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