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 Post subject: Re: The odd gun picture gallery
PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:14 pm 
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I want to see that gun crew in action.
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Thats one unique piece Amp!

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In this world you can have anything you're willing to pay for:
http://www.neatorama.com/2012/06/11/one ... d-shotgun/
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Thats one unique piece Amp!


I'd have to get the girl with the big boobies to carry it for me.

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This may have been posted before somewhere, Amp should like this if it hasn't been..
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M202_FLASH

Sorry for the link, but we had one of these in my unit in Germany in the early 80's. Never got to shoot it but saw it in the arms room. I always thought it was a 4 barrel LAW until I read the wiki page a few minutes ago.

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 Post subject: Re: The odd gun picture gallery
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M202_FLASH

Sorry for the link, but we had one of these in my unit in Germany in the early 80's. Never got to shoot it but saw it in the arms room. I always thought it was a 4 barrel LAW until I read the wiki page a few minutes ago.


I think it's the one Arnold had.

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 Post subject: Re: The odd gun picture gallery
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revolver, rounds loaded from the side.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dardick_tround


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 Post subject: Re: The odd gun picture gallery
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I'd love to find a Dardick in somebody's garage sale.

Or, just a box or two of the ammo.

Either way, I could sell the curiosity for a bunch of gun-money!

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 Post subject: Re: The odd gun picture gallery
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I tried look up why this guy did this to the Mauser. I'm only guessing that they had some disablity that this is the only way they could use it or that they where trying to make some kind of scout rifle. I'm not liking the idea my face being that close to the bolt.


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This is the Colt Defender Mark I, an eight barrel, 20 gauge shotgun, chambered for 3 inch magnums.


The Colt Defender was designed by a man named Robert Hillberg in 1967 and was an outgrowth of an earlier weapon called the Liberator. They were both intended as weapons to arm a resistance, guerrilla, or insurgent force. As this was the Cold War era, the enemies these people would be fighting are assumed to be the forces of World Communism. There were some simple criteria for the weapons. They needed to be very inexpensive, easy to operate and maintain, and have a good first shot hit probability and a good first hit kill probability. Hillberg felt that a shotgun was good for all of these criteria. They are relatively simple and cheap to manufacture, when using a load like buckshot, they are both easy to use and very lethal at short range. Both the Liberator and Defender were intended to be used by forces with little or no training and so long range shots were not a part of its design. An interesting feature of the design is that the weapon is able to fire like a semi-automatic manner, without having the mechanically complexity (and inherent occasional failures) of most semi auto designs. Like the Liberator before it, the Defender possessed semi-automatic like fire without the complexity of the semi-automatic gun. It was extremely simple to operate and very robust. Hillberg believe that the double action trigger mechanism was ideal for law enforcement applications, as it minimized familiarity and training requirements.

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The Gyrojet is a family of unique firearms developed in the 1960s named for the method of gyroscopically stabilizing its projectiles. Rather than inert bullets, Gyrojets fire small rockets called Microjets which have little recoil and do not require a heavy barrel to resist the pressure of the combustion gases. Velocity on leaving the tube was very low, but increased to around 1,250 feet per second (380 m/s) at 30 feet (9.1 m). The result is a very lightweight weapon with excellent ballistics.[1]

Long out of production, today they are a coveted collector's item with prices for even the most common model ranging above $1,000. They are, however, rarely fired; ammunition, when available at all, can cost over $100 per round.[2]

The rocket leaves the barrel with low energy, and accelerates until the fuel is exhausted at about 60 feet (18 metres), at which point the rocket has a velocity of about 1250 feet per second (FPS), slightly greater than Mach one, with about 50% more energy than the common .45 ACP round.[11] While test figures vary greatly, testers report that there was a sonic crack from some rounds, but only a hissing sound from others, suggesting that the maximum velocity varied from slightly below to slightly above Mach 1.

In 1965, the manufacturer of the pistol claimed 5-mil accuracy (about 17 MOA, or about 4.5 inches at 25 yards), worse than conventional pistols of the time.[12] However in later tests accuracy was very poor; the difference seems to have been due to a manufacturing flaw in later production runs which partially blocked one of the exhaust ports, creating asymmetrical thrust that caused the projectile to corkscrew through the air.[13]

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^^Saw a couple of those^^ -- including several rounds of ammo when I was in Cody. First time I'd seen 'em since I was a teenager.

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