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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MikeK, Apr 11, 2006.

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  1. MikeK

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    I want one!
     

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  2. AmYisraelChai

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    That is a nice one. I have not seen that design. Just keep in mind they are a Title II weapon or what most people call a class III. They fall under AOW so the tax is all of 5 bucks.
     
  3. Sistema1927

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    OK, one question: Is it only loaded when the blade is open?

    If so, then I can't see the utility of fumbling around for a .22 shell if you actually needed to use the thing.
     
  4. GunnySkox

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    Sistema: It doesn't look like i can be "closed" all the way, in any situation. The "tang" in the grip is solid, there's nowhere for the sharp-bit to go if it folds all the way. I think it only folds a bit to allow the user to load/unload it.

    ~GnSx
     
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    This nice was covered awhile back on this board. I just saw an article on it in a gun mag the other day too. :)
     
  6. Fire4Effect

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    Don't accidentally grab the trigger while trying to draw it out...:what:
     
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    No doubt...accidently grabbing the trigger while pulling it out would be a
    great way to end up seperating the twins, if you know what I mean....:what:
     
  8. PlayboyPenguin

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    That is good advice with any firearm. :)
     
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    I like that one bculp! I wanted the range,accuracy. Obviously it is made for extreme close qaurters but still.
     
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    Ooooh! I like that one... Makes me wonder if I can mount a K-bar to my P-22 :what:
     
  12. Third_Rail

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    Isn't the first one in the thread an old Sardauker plan?
     
  13. Fire4Effect

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    hey Third Rail, how about that simultaneous post...
     
  14. benEzra

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    I own a knife gun...it's a 5-shot 7.62x54... :D

    [​IMG]

    Blade not extended in this photo...

    It also doubles as a flamethrower...
     
  15. Evil_Ed

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    So if we build one attached to a cavalry saber does that make it a .22 LONG KNIFE ??? Surprised no one had stooped to that level of punnery yet.
     
  16. blinkin357

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    They're both interesting ideas. I tried to read the manufacturers name on the single-shot and can't quite get it. It looks like "FOSEL AND BROWN TUCSON, AZ" but I find nothing with a Google search.

    Where can I buy one?
    Does anyone know the prices?
     
  17. Fire4Effect

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    BenEzra I got one of them 5 shot, flame throwin', pig stickers too... I wouldn't mind seeing a whole firing line of 'em after dark... gotta look like some of those WWII naval gunfire videos... :evil:
     
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    Anybody here ever play Metal Gear Solid 2?

    I've always wanted to make a "scout knife with a suprise". :D :D :D
     
  19. Detritus

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    try this one......
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    not exctly a gun knife but close
     
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    I know this sounds silly but I wonder if these things count as a curio as in a C&R? I seem to remember the definition as over 50 years old or something that derives its value from its novelty. Certainly not very usefull as an actual firearm. Hmmm...:)
     
  22. Mooseman

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    Wow those things are expensive! You could trick out a 1911 for that kinda cash!:what:
     
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    Holy Shamolee!!! I can get like three nice SA revolvers for the price of one of those things. :what:
     
  24. ABTOMAT

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    Man, I know it's cool but you could buy 8 CZ-52s, ammo, and a few good knives for that price.
     
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