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

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  1. Red Dragon

    Red Dragon Member

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    Antique Japanese guns

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    Schermuly Pistol Rocket Apparatus
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  2. hkmp5g17

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  3. Dr.Rob

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    Neat things found online:

    "Apache" Knuckleduster (folds into brass knucks)

    Lignose Einhand (one handed cocking German pistol, copied briefly as a 9mm by Norinco)

    "Rifleman's Assault Weapon" (a rifle mounted bowling ball sized satchel charge... forst read about this in a Jane's defense weekly in the '80s... wieghed like 16 pounds)

    "Welrod" Silenced .45 (British issue commando arm, uses a 1911 mag but only loads 1 round at a time like the liberator.)

    1896 Bergman Auto (looks like mal's pistol on Serenity, from the stepped barrel to the ring on the bottom of the magazine.)
     

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  4. Dr.Rob

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    More oddballs found online...

    Chicago Palm Protector

    Werder Cavalry pistol (German)

    Steyr-Mannlicher 1905 Auto (stripper clip fed from the top)

    Steyr GB-80 (gas delayed blowback 18 shot all steel pistol... I've fired one of these and it's odd, as well as rare.)
     

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  5. Gewehr98

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    Okeydokey.

    From "Hellboy":

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  6. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

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    Good thing that's a prop... can't imagine touching off a hi-brass 12 ga. load with a 1 oz. or more lead slug in an unsupported chamber.
     
  7. thereisnospoon

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    Clusive...

    you owe me a new laptop, and is snorting coffee into your nasal passages fatal?
     
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    This got caught on my flypaper disc (wish I had
    saved the source for credit).
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    From my own personal collection, I guess my old Penguin Pen Gun
    model PG qualifies as weird.
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    And painful to shoot without an improvised handle. Plus I am down to
    one flare.

    In Phantasm II Reggie the Ice Cream Man bolted two double shotguns
    side by side with the barrels cutoff at an angle (sorry, no picture, but
    it did take out mutant living dead dwarves left and right):
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  11. Clusive

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    Yes it is fatal. :eek: You have about 48hrs to live. :uhoh:
     
  12. wallysparx

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    is that basically a sten?
     
  13. Lo.Com.Denom

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    Red Dragon, is that Japanese turret-gun genuine? If so, is it a percussion gun? It surely can't be a matchlock...

    Very cool, BTW.:cool:
     
  14. Spiggy

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    I'd say the Steyr AMR

    http://www.kitsune.addr.com/Firearms/Sniper/Steyr_AMR.htm

    now that's not very pretty

    Anyone seen those Anime inspired guns?

    Poseidon's Seburo line from Ghost in the Shell <luckly only airsoft, though I would enjoy my own MN-23>

    MN23 Assault rifle
    http://www.wgcshop.com/pcart/shoppe...em&PHPSESSID=4dd4be529158a6047e0a41f1c0f0a454

    Raison-0 "Q-Weapon"
    http://www.wgcshop.com/pcart/shoppe...em&PHPSESSID=4dd4be529158a6047e0a41f1c0f0a454

    looks like they discontinued the advanced PPK/S, I cant find it anymore
     
  15. Mumbles_45

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    Cant remember where I found these. I forgot I had these pictures but now that I've been reminded Im going to look for that full auto mak again because now I'm curious.
     

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  17. Mumbles_45

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    looks like fun
     

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  18. USMCsilver

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    Does this qualify?

    Here's one I refinished for someone. Good thing he was a stranger who paid me; if it were a friend, I wouldn't have said "no", I'd a said "hell no!"

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  19. Warren

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    Looks like "Firearm Curios and Oddities" by David Truby needs updating -WOW.:what:
     
  22. bubbygator

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    KelTec's latest offering: I think Crimson Trace's AR-type forward laser grip (the VF-302) will fit the pickatinny fore-end.

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  23. Chrontius

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    Uhmm... what gauge is that?

    And how much do you want for a reproduction? I'd prefer a pistol-grip stock or a Breachergrip, though... though a Knox SpecOps stock looks perfect. :evil:
     
  24. USMCsilver

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    That's actually kinda neat lookin'; looks better than the traditional AR pistols. Damn shame that puttin' a VFG on it would make it illegal.
     
  25. Hkmp5sd

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    Only costs $200 to make it legal.
     
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