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Too CUTE. The tipmam 1919 browning

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Brutuskend, Sep 22, 2020.

  1. Brutuskend

    Brutuskend Member

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    Not sure where this fits into the forums but you gotta check these out!



    Soooo cute!
    I wonder what the rate of fire is on that puppy, it seems to spit them out alot faster than the .30 cal models did.
    They made semi autos as well.
    And 1917 water cooled models too.



    BTW I miss spelled his name (several different ways) it is tippmann. He makes paintball guns these days.
     
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  2. BreechFace

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    That is AWESOME! Would love even a semi-auto one!
     
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  3. Brutuskend

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    Tippmann stoped making them when the automatic weapons ban happened. The company was sold ( don't remember the name of the buyer, but you can find out on forgotten weapons) and they still make semi automatic examples of these guns.

    Would love one myself, heck, who wouldn't??!!
     
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  4. Brutuskend

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    There is also the...
    Tippmann Armory 9mm Crank Gatling Gun :)



    Uses glock mags.
     
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  5. Brutuskend

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    I guess I won't be buying one of these any time soon.

    TIPPMANN MODEL 1919 .22 LR MINI MACHINE GUN - NFA
    LOT 47347
    Estimate $28,000 - $42,000Jan 19, 2020
    Sold for $21,000

    Isn't this techniclly a Sub machine gun?
     
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  6. 12Bravo20

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    Or is it a crew served weapon? It sure looks like having an assistant gunner to help load and feed the belt would be beneficial
     
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    They were cheaper in the 1980’s but all transferable machineguns were cheaper in the ‘80’s.

    For that matter a new Ford F-150 was $14,000 in 1984.
     
  8. 792mauser

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    Thats awesome.
    Love the attention to the smallest details.
     
  9. Hookeye

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    I remember when they first made em.
    My old.hometown
     
  10. highlander 5

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    9 mm Gatlong gun is somewhere in the $6000 price range,don't know if it would be legal to own here in Ma but if I had the spare cash and an ammo factory as a back up .........
     
  11. Brutuskend

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    If you liked THAT check this out!
     
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    Does anyone remember the set up sold by Cabelas that used two Ruger 10/22 rifles connected together fired by a crank? I should have bought one of those many years ago. I would love to have one now.

    Found them. They are still made but out of stock. I am now on the "notify me" list for when they come in. And 3 10/22 rifles on hand now.
     
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    I had the pleasure of shooting a Tippman 1919 that belonged to a budy. It was built very well and was a ball to shoot.

    It's amazing what a stream of .22s can do. The 1919 was the only .22 rimfire I've ever used that preferred Remington Trunicated Cone Bullet ammunition.
     
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    Have to admit I'd love to own any of the above but a full size Gatling Bulldog is my grail gun,unfortunately I don't have a spare $50 K stuffed in my mattress.
     
  16. Meeks36

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    Ok I'm guess he wasn't using thunder duds. And why a belt with suspenders? Also that thing is friggin cool. To pricy for my blood.
     
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