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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by torpid, Nov 10, 2005.

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  1. torpid

    torpid Member

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    It's that time again...

    Odd antique guns, painted abominations, even wacky fictional guns- I need to be shaken up today by images of guns I never dreamed of before! :D

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  2. Rezin

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    How about the Vektor (Real, S.A.) Guy I know has 2 of the pistols. VERY odd...

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    the pistola.......
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    Very futuristic in appearance, this South Africa made handgun internally has no unique features (Polymer frame is fairly common at those days).
    The only thing that one may notice is somewhat unusual placement of the manual safety - in the front part of the triggerguard. When hun had to be switched to "fire" position, the button is pushed forward from inside the triggerguard. Then, red-coloured part of this button will appear on the front side of the triggerguard, indicating that gun is in ready position.
     
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  4. 20cows

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    This is what my boy's 94 looks like right now.
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    But it shouldn't look too weird in a couple od weeks.;)
     
  5. jsalcedo

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    Here you go.
     

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    I've been looking for a Mateba Model 6 Unica stateside ever since I first saw it. Closest thing to the revolver from Tri-gun.
     
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    SPP-1 underwater "spear" gun.
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    Heckler & Koch G11
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    GSH-18
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    Ares FMG (Folding Machine Gun)
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    AN-94 (Reciprocating barrel--cool!)
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    S&W ASP
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    Calico M960
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    Lugers are more common but still quite unique!
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  10. UberPhLuBB

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    Found another one in the CDNN catalogue, the Savage 24F. 2 barrels, 2 different calibers, 1 gun.
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  12. hso

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    My wife wanted this and I made every effort to get it for her.

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    I foolishly let this go.
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  13. lee n. field

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    What's with the funky barrel on the GSH-18?
     
  14. Janitor

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    The Yugo-Polinaise
     

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  15. cobb

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    Your kidding,,,,,,,,,right???????

    Everybody knows the Keltec has to go on the outside of the stock, not the inside.:evil:
     
  16. Kurush

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    Madsen LMG
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    KRISS machine pistol
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  17. Standing Wolf

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    How about a .44 magnum snubby that's gradually turning invisible?
     

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    Cool stuff, especialluy that last SMG.
     
  19. Parruthead

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    My Favorite THe "Gyrojet" I had a class 3 dealer buddy who had one But we could never find any rockets for it.. :what:

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  20. Red Dragon

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    A Pirate's sword gun

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    :D
     
  21. Janitor

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    That thing above this post is SO [email protected]#n cool!

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    Ever consider he might be a southpaw?
     
  22. Red Dragon

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    There are many variations on the sword/gun combo. Most are cutlasses like the one posted. I was going to post my favorite one but I don't have a pic and can't find one for it. Its in one of my big books of guns. Its a japanese saber with a pistol as the handle. instead of the barrel being pointed down the blade, its is actually perpendicular. The Pistol part of the weapon is actually the sword handle and crossguard. I'll keep looking for a pic and post one if I find it.
     
  23. UberPhLuBB

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    Wildey gas-operated pistol.
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  24. jsalcedo

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    some more
     

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    This weapon was developed in 1860 by General Origen Vandenburgh of the New York State Militia. After failing to sell it in England he sold it to the South, despite his position. The Muzzle view shows the multiple barrels, in this case 85 rifled bores of .50 calibre. When the breech was screwed home, it forced the individually loaded rounds into an air tight seal with the weapons firing chamber. All the barrels were fired simultaneously by means of a percussion cap located in the centre of the breech handles.
     

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