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Minigun for sale

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by C-grunt, Jun 19, 2006.

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  1. C-grunt

    C-grunt Member

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    I was cruising impactguns.com and came across this monster
    http://www.impactguns.com/store/product6216.html


    I dont know if I would want it. Yeah, it is the most awesome weapon, and you would ALWAYS have the coolest gun at the range..........But!!!! 3 hours of loading for 10 seconds of fun. Well on second thought, I still want it.:D
     
  2. RyanM

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    Anyone wanna buy a house, a couple cars, some guns, a couple of computers, and everything else I own? Only $399,999.99!

    Man. If I were a millionaire, I'd buy that in a heartbeat.
     
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    3 hours of loading? why's that?

    what's this thing shoot anyway?
     
  5. Ol` Joe

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    About 6K round per minute of 7.62:D :D
     
  6. nadeem

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    id buy it but not be allowed it and not be able to feed the damn thing! :what:
     
  7. Working Man

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    This is the one I really want.....

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    Hmmm....and this is post # 762 for me.... could it be a sign?
     
  8. BIGDADDYLONGSTROKE

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    I wonder if i could one of those on a bike?:D But where to store the ammo.
     
  9. shermacman

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    Is that one of those "fully automatic revolvers" that I keep hearing about? :)
     
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    I'm not sure, but there are NOT a great number of Form 4 miniguns around... If you've got spare cash, this would likely make a good investment.
     
  11. Double Naught Spy

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    Yes, a fully automatic but also autoloading revolver.

    Somehow, with serial number 0001, would you really want to shoot it or buy it as an investment?
     
  12. benEzra

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    What's the going rate for a civilian-transferable minigun? A million?
     
  13. Technosavant

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    I think the discussion for "best SHTF gun" has just ended permanently.

    That gun, a bunch of ammo, a lot of land, and you can pay for it by just charging people to shoot it.

    /I wish, I wish...
     
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    I saw one of these, but not #1 about 5 years ago. It was $125,000
     
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    If so, that thing's a steal at $400,000. But I wonder what all the accessories to mount it properly and power it would cost?
     
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    If you are talking about those rare revolvers that have multiple barrels (one per chamber).

    Otherwise, Oerlikons, ADENs, DEFAs, etc. are more like auto revolvers than the Gatling design is.
     
  17. Roadwild17

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    So they finally invented that long range shotgun???:confused: LOL
     
  18. Zen21Tao

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    I would rather see it mounted to a tactical wheel barrow with a suppressor. :neener:
     
  19. C-grunt

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    I think Uncle Mikes makes a IWB holster for this for $19.95.:D
     
  20. Punkermonkey

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    Yeah, and it would make a great CCW!
     
  21. Boom-stick

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    And I thought $6000 for the airsoft version was steep????
     
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    Being fortunate to live seven miles from this store, I think I need to go look at it. (I already looked at the M240 B they had for $172,000, they had it behind glass.)
     
  23. Roadwild17

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    Does anyone know where the triger and safety is on that thing?
     
  24. DF357

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    There was one of those at a machine gun shoot I went to Memorial Day weekend.

    It sounded like a very large loud mosquito in action. ....very high pitched.

    At 10rnds/second, it doesn't even sound like a gun.

    It was SO fast !
     
  25. bigun15

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    +1

    Good call
     
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