Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Oregonhunter5, Feb 13, 2013.
AF2011-a1 double barrel PiStol | Arsenal Firearms
Not something I personally am interested in...and certainly not when it only comes with a 1-year warranty.
Welcome to last year! Just as dumb of an idea as it was last time it came up.
I thought it would have to be an NFA item since it would expel more than one bullet with one trigger pull.
Ohh, good point Bob, but I think they technically have two triggers on that monstrosity.
Would probably have to. It might be a fun novelty to have but not likely practical. But I can't afford that for a novelty. LOL
Looks like a movie prop to me.
They had a 80 foot long banner at the entrance to the shot show this year. I might have stopped and looked at it, but there was a stack-up of people both times I walked by it...
So then does it have two separate 8 round magazines? It looks cool and all but....not practical, at least not for myself. I think accuracy would be off center since the front sight is rested between the barrels.
I'll keep my single barrel 45.
I think I'm going to throw up. Why "fix" something that ain't broke?
This looks about as sophisticated as Red Jacket Firearms' multiple-barrel designs: bolt 'em up and weld 'em together.
To be fair, you couldn't just duct tape two 1911's together, since it would inhibit the slide motion - so this is the next best thing.
It's intresting if I won power ball I might pick one up and a 600 express just to say I had one.That being said looks like they fixed every thing RIGHT with a 1911.(grip,accuracy,reliability,weight)$5500 paper weight.Yea but its a sweet paper weight
YUP!! One of those at my side and this double barreled bolt gun in my hands.
I would be sooo disgustingly cool, I couldn't stand myself...:bluelaugh::bluelaugh::bluelaugh:
If Oregon puts in a "hi-cap" mag ban, that's going to be my new CCW piece. Two separate 8 round mags...
Except that they are joined together via a common floorplate...
You'll give yourself a hernia!
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