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Can anybody identify this thing?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Jesse H, Mar 13, 2003.

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  1. Jesse H

    Jesse H Member

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    Is this even real or a movie prop or medical instrument?

    :D
     

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  2. buzz_knox

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    Looks like a tricked out version of the South African GL-6(?), the 40mm grenade launcher based on the Striker 12 rotary shotgun.
     
  3. Viking6

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    it's either a drum fed grenade launcher or an ice cream dispenser.
     
  4. md2lgyk

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    Tear gas launcher?
     
  5. braindead0

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    Marital aid?
     
  6. KMKeller

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    I vote for medical instrument... 'cause it looks like you could remove lots of parts using that critter.
     
  7. fatboyclone

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    water balloon machine gun? :confused:
     
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  9. Keith

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    It's a device used to remove potatoes, beer cans and other foreign objects from the rectum. It's a French device that the FDA is examining for possible use in American ER's. Apparently, this device can remove up to 6 objects per cylinder and with multiple spare cylinders, can clear up to 60 rectums per minute. This is over four times faster than the old manual rectalectomy methods still practiced by many ER docs.

    There are some drawbacks; the device will not pull really large objects free. Physicians at Paris' Ecole De Recto-Chapeau recently failed to pull Jaque Chirac's head out after multiple attempts.


    Keith
     
  10. Al Thompson

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    Not a handgun though..
     
  11. FPrice

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    braindead0...

    "Marital aid?"

    ROFLMAO!!!!

    My guns do, I guess, qualify as marital aids. They get me out of the house often enough so that my wife can stand me the rest of the time. :D
     
  12. braindead0

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    My wife'd shoot me if I didn't at least offer to take her..
     
  13. ball3006

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    I agree with Keith......

    it's a french medical device........LMAO....chris3
     
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    What the heck is that dent-puller looking thing for?!?!
     
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    I think the dent puller looking thingy is a cleaning rod... not sure.

    I used to manage an indoor range in Santa Clara, CA- we had LEO in there alot practicing with Sage guns, and that sure looks like one except for the collapsible stock. They use a 12 ga. blank cartridge to propel a hard rubber baton about 1.5" thick and about 6" long. They have a revolving drum that you have to wind like a watch... pretty cool toy.
     
  18. S_O_Laban

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    LMAO this is the funniest thread I ever seen. LOL there I go again. (sigh... wipes tears from face) LMAO (ribs hurt, THANKS KEITH!) Wow
     
  19. Kahr carrier

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    Looks like a prop gun from the Dogs Of War movie.
     
  20. Tim Burke

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    I've been looking all over for that. Where did I leave it?
     
  21. QuarterBoreGunner

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    Or....maybe... it's the multi barrel version of this...
     

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    Like this?

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    I believe we have a winner.
     
  25. 4v50 Gary

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    Medical & religious instrument. Excorcizes evil spirits from the body.
     
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