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Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by Jo da Plumbr, Oct 8, 2009.
This may have been posted before, but worth watching again.
Holy Freaking A batman.....lol that is nasty cool
Ir's on my Christmas wish list.
Let's see if Santa can get around the ATF bans.
haha yeah i was going to ask how much
It's like they were quoted as saying at the Rolls Royce dealership-if you have to ask how much, you probably can't afford it. I KNOW I couldn't afford it-I wouldn't even be able to feed it those specialized shells.
Hey Jo, I liked the Nissan clip much better!
But both were hot!
I have long thought the AA-12 was the perfect SHTF weapon for an urban environment - but the price tag would probably put you in the poor house long before the Zombies started walking the Earth.
I bet the boys in the sandbox would love to have a case of those show up under the tree....
I was going to post that a while back but was not sure it was appropriate.
The girl defiantly has some control huh?
Alright!! A new weed eater, paper shreader, can crusher, plastic shreader, brush hog all in one package!!
seen it before but its so cool i watched it again.
if i could only afford one.......
or even just a box of those grenade rounds.
Back around 1977 or 8, two of my friends worked with/for Max Atchisson. Max's was the original inventor of this 12ga. assault shotgun. He called it the Atchisson Assault 12ga. and the were calling it the "Street Sweeper". They were trying to sell pre-production orders to raise capital to get it manufactured. Me being a young fool I bought into it with $300 down and we would get serial numbers under 100 and pay another $300 when they shipped. It never happened and I lost my money. I heard that Max took some of the money and bought a Gutenberg Bible and was going to turn it around for a large profit. The Bible turn out to be a fake and he lost alot of the money and never was able to raise enough capitol to launch his gun. I did get the chance to shoot one of the prototypes (fully auto). That is one bad Mofo...his gun looked more like a M16 and didn't have that clamshell stamped steel look. Oh, ours were going to be semi auto...
Looks to be very heavy.
It's actually not as heavy as it looks, it's about 10 pounds unloaded.
That's a cool story. Sorry you lost your money brother....
Atchisson was the first person's design that I ever heard of, in writing, and I swore THAT was the shotgun for me....
What could have been Max, what could have been.....