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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by opaww, Oct 12, 2012.
Don't know if I would like the fit
Yeah, I saw that a few months back. Novelty, wouod be fun to shoot once for sure.
Two triggers, but one A1 style hammer?
I think it would feel like holding a brick, and I presume the mags are proprietary and about $180 a piece.
Neat idea. Definitely not on the must have list, but on the "that's cool" list.
Soo......what if I only pull one trigger and not both? Would I lose a perfectly good round ooor?
either trigger fires both at the same time
Now I'm confused, why add in a second trigger if both do the exact same job? It's like adding a second gas pedal to a car.
Maybe more like adding an ambidextrous safety.
Not sure if they're independent or work in unison, but seems to me, being such a thick handgun, to not have a trigger option on each side would take away the ability to get a comfortable trigger pull for many without large hands.
If a single trigger fires both rounds with one pull it is legally considered ''fully automatic'' by the ATF
Put that way it makes sense, still seems a little odd to me though. Sputnik has a point too, so maybe it was a mix of those two reasons?
I'd think it more a burst fire.
ATF definition of full auto, I believe, requires one to be able to empty the feed source with a single pull and hold of the trigger. Not absolute there though.
Nope. If it "fires more than one shot with a single pull of the trigger"
it's a "machine gun" in the eyes of the ATF. Recent case of a
malfunctioning AR "doubling"---they got a conviction.
Article on the case here:
I think they should slightly angle the barrels to make the bullets collide in mid air then shoot out sideways upon ricochet. Hahahahaha