12 gauge revolver

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by MGH, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. MGH

    MGH New Member

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    I wasn't sure if this belongs in "shotgun" or "handgun" section. :p
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    Apparently this home-made gun is the new big thing in Taiwan gangs. Street value $6000!
    I think my .40 self defense rounds get the job done but what do you guys think?
     
  2. Bigcat_hunter

    Bigcat_hunter New Member

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    I dig the half ass Beretta logo with "made in the USA" below it. Definitely makes it worth six large.
     

  3. Benning Boy

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    Does the ammo look shrink wrapped? Can't I.D. it.:confused:
     
  4. MB44

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    Here is the South American version of a homemade "one-shot" shotgun (a.k.a. Hechiza), frequently used by the Mapuches (indigenous inhabitants) in the south of Chile in their recent battles against the government.
    The ammo is allocated in the smaller tube (left), and is then pushed inside the bigger tube, where at the far right end is velded a nail, so as the ammo hits the nail it ignites the primer,....

    Value ...5$

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  5. SigGambler

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    Do you use an IWB Holster or Shoulder Holster????

     
  6. SigGambler

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    Can you get them with different chokes tubes installed?

     
  7. skullcrusher

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    Looks like a wrist breaker to me. :eek:
     
  8. workinprogress

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    It looks like it's all taped together.:confused:
     
  9. SigGambler

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    "Walmart Stripper Clip"
     
  10. MB44

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    Sure but then the value goes up,... :D
     
  11. deathkricket

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    Does that come in parkerized finish :)
     
  12. orangello

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    The top item needs a Hogue wrap-around grip, for certain. I do wonder at the time it took to make the cylinder look like an nice revolver's cylinder rather than leaving it simply round.


    The other pic looks like a pretty decent lil "zip gun"; i have heard of some of my redder-necked relatives using them behind the door as a home security system. I don't advocate that; sometimes you might forget to turn off the alarm so to speak. :eek:
     
  13. MB44

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    Listen,.. for 10$ I'll throw in the parkerized finish, a choke tube, a set of Brazilwood grips, and a full blown Mapuche Indian,... deal ? :rolleyes:
     
  14. notdku

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    Exactly why making guns illegal is worthless. You can make a gun in about 5 minutes from local hardware parts.
     
  15. orangello

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    I'm pretty sure i could make a working .22 from the pens & paper clips & assorted crap in my desk drawer, over lunch, if it came right down to it. I wouldn't want to be the tester, though. :D
     
  16. MGH

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    skullcrusher, I bet a few wrists were broken before they came up with the idea of that fore grip. Silly gangs, when will they learn:rolleyes:
     
  17. Destroyer219

    Destroyer219 New Member

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    Have you test fired it? :D
     
  18. deathkricket

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    Now that's a good deal, ill take it :D
     
  19. Major Kusanagi

    Major Kusanagi New Member

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    Am I guaranteed proper medical attention if I test fire it and it blows up?
     
  20. deathkricket

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    Ill bring the Hello Kitty band aids :)