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Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by FullautoUSA, Mar 17, 2013.
I seen them but can't remember what they are called. Can't imagine trying to hold on to one of those.
I saw them on the internet and fell in love. But you're right, holding one seems uncomfortable, trips to the range with one of those seems like it ends with a night full of wrist pains.
Great for Jackalope hunting.
Hahaha, that's great!
and if they were rifles cut down to that size, illegal as hell!
That's what I was thinking, but they may have been imported that way or something, if it were legal it would be awesome to have one though.
if they started out as a rifle and were cut down to that length, they would have to be registered as a SBR to be legal, whether imported or not.
certain ways around legalities. a lever action rifle can't be cut down to make a Mare's Leg rifle, but a reciever made and classified as a pistol can be.
the Taurus Judge, fires shotgun shells, it has rifling in the barrel that makes it a pistol, not a shotgun, so hence it's legal.
I don't know if it's legal or not, but I wouldn't want to get caught with that in my car.
That could get you shot in some states.
So if one were to make a receiver, they could do that?
Absolutely. Just like an AR pistol.
If only I had a CNC machine! I would be making guns 24/7!
have you ever run a CNC milling machine? have you ever written a program for a CNC milling machine?
if not, it would be like handing a laptop to a monkey.
I got one of them..............
I have never used one, and I'm not really good with computer stuff, the monkey would have better success with the laptop than I would with the CNC machine.
then it would totally useless to you. CNC milling machines are not cheap for a decent one. a shop i worked in many years ago had two of them, priced at over $275,000 each. they had a guy that had a degree in computer programming that wrote the program for them.
That is a lot of money!!! I had no idea they were that expensive.
the one shop i worked at had two CNC milling machines, 14 CNC lathes at a cost of over $100,000 each. that wasn't including the smaller manual machines they had.
I worked for a shop and I ran two northwood CNC mills, we were running 48-53' tractor trailer rails and it's was interesting loved the job but god sitting there watching a part for three hours just kills your brain.
Also great for a CCW weapon no one would ever expect it