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Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by IheartSig, Dec 13, 2014.
Yep to go with this.
I... I'm not sure I know how I feel about that... lol...
Until I see them in a movie ......
Kinda like having an extra dingus. Sounds like a great idea, but in the heat of the moment, what would you aim at.
one of the pictures shows a guy carrying the rifle with a laser on each side.
I feel like that 1911 would be pretty uncomfortable to hold.
Some gear is sold to catch fish. Some is sold to catch fishermen.
Why use that dirty old antiquated AK with 124gr rounds when you can use the twin AR with 62gr x 2!
"faster traversing between multiple targets".....Oh snap!! They used the word "traverse"...Geeze...
This is why the double 1911 had two, seperate triggers...
So a double-barreled shotgun is NFA as well?
No...not unless you modify the trigger to fire both barrels at the same time.
My grandfather had a old double barrel shotgun, like really old. I think it was a JC penny ...Every so often that piece of @!$% would just up and let both barrels go at once. My grandfather use to laugh and laugh at people who didn't know better and shot it, even the grandkids when it would happen. Then he got all upset when he figured out that we were only loading one shell at a time to avoid the mule kick and never brought it out any more.
What about SXS barrels and double triggers? That allows you to pull both at once if your so inclined.
SXS with double trigger is fine, because it still requires two pulls of a trigger to fire two rounds. (even if you do it at the same time)
guess you haven't seen enough movies where 2 fingers on the trigger with a single gun. this is the need for it
How 'bout a 308 or larger AR?
458 seems about double a 223
Cool! I gota run out and get me one of those! I mean two of those....... Wait how's that work??????
Looks like a good excuse to become a reloader.
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