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Old 12-29-2012, 06:03 PM   #1
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What is the craziest modification you ever seen on a/your gun

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Example: huge drum magazine, night sights, "chain saw grip" lights, lasers all that



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Old 12-29-2012, 10:04 PM   #2
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I my be wrong but in the civil war there was a gun made with a coffee bean grinder in the butt stock but I don't remember the name of it



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I thought this gun was pretty crazy lookin'.
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I my be wrong but in the civil war there was a gun made with a coffee bean grinder in the butt stock but I don't remember the name of it
I do believe it was the Sharps rifle.
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I do believe it was the Sharps rifle.
Its called the sharps coffee grinder cool little rifle

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While they wer known as "Coffee Mill Sharps", seems these were actually looked at as flour/corn meal grinders- permitting the troops to forage for food. Bad idea. About a dozen ever made. Worked poorly. Museums lust after them.

http://ww2.rediscov.com/spring/VFPCGI.exe?IDCFile=/spring/DETAILS.IDC,SPECIFIC=9886,DATABASE=objects

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While they wer known as "Coffee Mill Sharps", seems these were actually looked at as flour/corn meal grinders- permitting the troops to forage for food. Bad idea. About a dozen ever made. Worked poorly. Museums lust after them.

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C3 is there anything you don't know about old guns lol
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C3 is there anything you don't know about old guns lol
of course not. he was around when they were making them new!

civil war i believe, but could have been much earlier too!
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of course not. he was around when they were making them new!

civil war i believe, but could have been much earlier too!
^^^^^^ he said not me lol
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^^^^^^ he said not me lol
there are rumours, but they are strictly rumours that he's been around since construction started on the White House (1792)!!!!


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