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We need a new thread on Abominations...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Nugilum, Apr 15, 2008.

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  1. Nugilum

    Nugilum Member

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    While doing a little research, I came across the "Infamous Red Gun" again. :barf:
    It looks like after almost a year, Coliseum Gun Traders Ltd. finally gave up trying to sell this "unique" revolver.

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=95433494

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    This got me thinking, there's got to be a lot of bad ideas done to firearms.
    So, dredge up and share your pictures of "Guns Gone Wrong"! Feel free to grab them from old threads! :uhoh:
     
  2. againstthagrane

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    i can't wait to see what happens here. :)
     
  3. Sage of Seattle

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    Hey! Isn't that the Cold model LS-D? I think it's got the 47millionty inch barrel that shoots tentacled ice cream cones.

    Like, wow, man. The colors!
     
  4. eliphalet

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    Charter Arms IIRC is selling a pink snubbie 38. Saw one in a gun shop over the weekend, where we bought a gun or was it at the gun show, where we sold one, I forget.

    I'll tell ya what is an abomination though, that is that Illinois fella that's running for president. At least to me a "small town" gun owner, whose Momma made him go to church as a child.
     
  5. Nate C.

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    Are we talking about the Abomination Snowman? (Sorry, could not resist.)
     
  6. Anteater1717

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    One word... Hi-Point
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  7. againstthagrane

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    haha, i was waiting for someone to post a hi-point
     
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    Glock 17

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    Hi Point .40

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  9. dmazur

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    No, I believe that's the Abdominal Snowman. (That's my gut reaction...)
     
  10. brentn

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    lol@ the hi-point.

    Those are truly ugly.

    The glock's uglyness to some can easily be overcome by its reliability and out of the box accuracy.


    Here's a GREAT collectible, but for sure one of the ugliest ever made
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    strange looking, strange caliber :)
     
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    i think the Glock looks nice....very nice in fact
     
  12. dmazur

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    Well, I know a lot of people are doing this, but personally I think it's a complete waste of time and money -

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    At least it wasn't a Garand! ( :) )
     
  13. bogie

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    Well, personally, I want an Abomination...
     
  14. Nugilum

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    Bogie,

    What kind? :confused:
     
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    Wow, you guys have a skewed sense of what 'abomination' really means. Here's my version.
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  17. dmazur

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    Now the gold-plated AK I really like!

    (I have no earthly use for it, but it looks neat)

    What was it, something they recovered from one of Saddam's palaces?
     
  18. Kind of Blued

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    I'm thinking "bastardized" would have made more sense to me. :)

    Here we have one hilarious AK, and an old tacticool standby:
     

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    Apparently it was Saddam's personal AK. Unconfirmed.

    You'd think they would have used better wood.
     
  20. mekender

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    if i recall correctly, that was actually Uday Hussein's personal weapon... not Saddam's
     
  21. TheDisturbed1

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    ya gotta adore that shovel-handle AK...

    Built to shoot the infidels and dig a trench at the same time!

    I bet an AR cant do that! :neener:
     
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    I was hoping for a thread about Abomination from MHI.
    Oh well...
     
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    Any 1911 platform chambered in anything expect .45 ACP :barf:
     
  24. Nugilum

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    What? Who? :confused:
     
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    Not the Owen!

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    How can the "Digger's Darling" be a "gun gone wrong"? They worked brilliantly in the toughest conditions, and would keep on going filled with mud, sand or whatever. They outperformed the Thompson on every torture test too:neener:.

    I'll grant you the others though, especially that deathtrap Type 94 pistol :barf:
     
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