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cutshaw 06-18-2012 02:40 AM

double barrel ar-15?!?!?!
 
I saw a picture and add. For a double barrel ar-15... Anyone seen it fired one of them looks very impractical and honestly a little dumb... Jw if anyone has seen this thing

Wilder 06-18-2012 02:46 AM

http://www.guns.com/gilboa-snake-double-barreled-ar-15-8752.html

Just in case you weren't burning through ammo fast enough with one barrel.... :rolleyes:

JonM 06-18-2012 03:22 AM

i can see how that ould be the nastiest anti-goblin gun ever devised. the thing that makes shotguns superior stoppers is that you have two or more pellets hitting at the exact same time.

its gotta be an unweildy clunky difficult to use and is almost assured to be a gun we are going to see for the next four decades in helliwood movies *sigh*

ScottA 06-18-2012 03:30 AM

I thought there already was a double AR-15. Isn't it called a .308?


Dillinger 06-18-2012 03:40 AM

I'm sorry, but does anyone else think this is a solution looking for a problem? :roll eyes:

Why? If you can't hit a target with one barrel and practice, are you suddenly going to be able to hit it with two, un-aimed, barrels??

If you gave it to me, the first thing I would do is find someone to sell it too and buy myself another quality AR. Like a Bad News .338. :D

JD

Dillinger 06-18-2012 03:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ScottA (Post 839803)
I thought there already was a double AR-15. Isn't it called a .308?

That's funny right there. *Dillinger Likes This Post* :D

JD

Axxe55 06-18-2012 03:59 AM

it's a novel idea, but i just can't really see it being practical.

cutshaw 06-18-2012 04:17 AM

This all is what I'm saying it can't be practicle or very acurate it would be fun for like one day out and then you would run out of ammo and money and wonder why you needed two barrels to do that with

Wilder 06-18-2012 04:24 AM

I think it is more a marketing thing to get their company name out there. "Hey we can build something no one else has," and given the fact we are talking about it here, I'd say the plan is working. I seriously doubt they expect to sell very many.

I think someone here (maybe in the article) mentioned that it will likely be considered a machine gun in the eyes of federal law, one trigger pull = 2 bullets.

As a gunsmith I want to tear one apart and see how the internals are designed. An obsession I've had since childhood: take it apart and figure out how it works. At least I've gotten better at putting things back together in working order! :D

Quentin 06-18-2012 04:26 AM

Why didn't Red Jacket think of this first! :D


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