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Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by CSBOMB, Sep 27, 2006.

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  1. CSBOMB

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    Now that is engineering at its finest! I want one!
    Not at all practical, but that never stopped me from wanting things before.:p
     
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    Seems just the right thing to patrol my 40 acres, might scare off the wildlife though...that could be a problem. :uhoh:
     
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    is that an atchinsson?
     
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    yes its an atchinsson, you can tell by the little piece connecting the grip and mag well


    that would work wonders in iraq to clear a suspected sniper hold or a rooftop before a entry.
     
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    I want one. Bad. I'd put in some advanced neural network autopilot into it though!
     
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    Great for the days those geese just won't come down out of the stratosphere.
     
  8. Jackal

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    I did something very similar to a RC monster tuck a few years ago. I had a paintball gun attached to it. Let me tell you, it was very fun to chase the local stray dogs with:evil: !
     
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    The AA-12 differs from most automatic shotguns because it uses a constant recoil system, in fact it is the only shotgun that I am aware of that uses this system. Constant recoil system effectively cuts recoil down. A lot. A review of an F.A. 7.62mm assault rifle using constant recoil said that the user was actually able to put the stock on his chin and spray. Try doing that with a normal 7.62mm.
     
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    I can see how a constant recoil is easier to deal with. I'm sure the Apache designers have the recoil thing studied as well, as they need to keep aim while blowing a lot of momentum in one direction.
     
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    While that was sort of neat I dont see the point unless it had some sort of camera sighting system the operator could use.
     
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    So... where can I get one and more importantly how much is the ATF tax stamp
     
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    Hahaha.
     
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    that was the coolest freaking thing i have ever seen. seriously, cool. cooler then ppl shooting penguins! god was that awsome. i want one...bad. i dont know what i would do w/ it...but i know i NEED one now...lol.
     
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    Now you can hunt deer from a TV in your living room! Tevo the kill for all your friends:neener:
     
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