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The Ugliest gun I've EVER seen...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Rail Driver, Jun 20, 2010.

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  1. Rail Driver

    Rail Driver Member

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    Lets see some more "Ugly" guns...

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    This is a Kriss .45 Semi-auto carbine... all I can say is :what:
     
  2. Gators

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    Fugly
     
  3. glock36

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    Fugly yes but then form follows function. It's one heck of a shooter
     
  4. Shadow 7D

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    Google FU
    do a search, it's fugly, but still not a winner, I believe that goes to a caseless auto revolver, forget the name, but that was ugle.

    I'd love to the shoot the KRIS carbine
     
  5. Rail Driver

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    I looked around and googled FU, ended up going on a roundabout trip and found a strange looking double barreled semi-auto pistol/caseless revolver. Very odd...

    Also found info on a HK G11, also caseless... both very ugly, but not as ugly as the Kriss, I don't think.
     
  6. GraceOutcast

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    It's also ugly in person too. I've shot this before. The recoil on this was like shooting a .223. Because of the uniqueness of it I found it awkward for find a good grip with it at first.

    It's accurate with little recoil....but man were man hands dirty after 60 rounds of this.
     
  7. FIVETWOSEVEN

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    This gun could also fire if you squeeze the sides of it.
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  8. Rail Driver

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    Ohhh that is one UGLY gun! It looks like the manufacturer took the grip and barrel from a much smaller gun and plopped them on the big blocky frame... Can't be comfortable to shoot either... Great example!


    ...what is it?
     
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    Nambu 94 I believe.
     
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    Nambu 94 is very ugly..

    2nd picture is type 14 Nambu?
     
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    Remington 887

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    On the Nambu, it's not squeezing the sides that will make it fire, it's specifically that dog-leg bar that runs from above the trigger to the back of the frame. That is the transfer bar, and some genius decided to leave it exposed. Pushing on it up by the trigger will fire the thing. I've tried it (dry, not loaded).
     
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    What's it shoot,.45 caliber paintballs?!
     
  14. Rail Driver

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    I actually like that remington, but the forearm needs to be a bit shorter to allow easier access to the loading port.
     
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    The Pretender, Very cool gun picture. Can you give us any more data on the gun?

    Thank you

    NukemJim
     
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    DARDICK - Model 1500 Oddball

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    All Hi-points.

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  19. Dr.Rob

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    Pre war Nambu type 94's are not as ugly or as wierd in the hand as you'd think. The late war models are finished very roughly and add to thier reuptation as 'junk' guns.

    They certainly look odd though.
     
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    Even the image induces nausea:

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    :barf:
     
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    Awesome Tom!!
     
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    Tom:
    I couldn't agree with you more. I certainly hope you had it fixed so that it can't reproduce. :)
     
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