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Old 06-18-2012, 11:14 AM   #11
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Would put that in the same category as a crocheted condom.




Interesting, but rather useless.
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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!
Putting it together is always the hard part! Lol
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Would put that in the same category as a crocheted condom.

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Interesting that someone MADE one, but rather useless.
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Well it looks like it would keep little Johnny warm!
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One of the comments at the bottom of the article discussed his "gun-boner" after reading the article. Y'all must have noticed that.

People buy useless fun guns all the time. This appears to be just one of them. I believe they are very serious about this being intended for combat or defense, but I don't know how you can justify using such an unproven, radical design for such a vital task.
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One of the comments at the bottom of the article discussed his "gun-boner" after reading the article. Y'all must have noticed that.

People buy useless fun guns all the time. This appears to be just one of them. I believe they are very serious about this being intended for combat or defense, but I don't know how you can justify using such an unproven, radical design for such a vital task.
One of them? Any others you can think of that are as rediculous as this one?
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Yeah, the AR "pistol" comes to mind...
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One of them? Any others you can think of that are as rediculous as this one?
The Kel-Tec KSG is pushing it....
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Next will be the AK lol
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