Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by YOURSUPREMECOMMANDER, Nov 23, 2014.
Is that a laser?
Yes,made for the minis
Forgot the Bi-Pod
It needs a suppressor with a bayo lug.
Be REALLY careful if you decide to carry that rig in your pocket.
I just realized you meant to write Ultimate Joke! and accidentally wrote Handgun instead. LOL.
I think this one would be more ultimate due to the grenade launcher.
I'm still laughing! Ouch!
Yes, Points for the grenade launcher!
OK, I can't be the only one wondering. What is that thing, Bob?
Both submittals need a shoulder thing that pops up, and a ventilated barrel shroud.
I will have to say old school reliability..
Awesome joke guns thought!
Or maybe this custom 3k Wilson combat beauty
NICE WEAPON BUT GOOD LUCK FINDING A HOLSTER THAT WILL ACCOMMODATE THE FLASHLIGHT, other than a custom or Kydex custom.
Is that 1911 SA/DA?
That's the spittin' image of a Remington M1911A1 Government Model (BTW- they're SA) that I carried in my Army days (and a couple different ones made by Colt and Ithaca as well) in the 80's all through Latin America in the mud, crud, rain, insane humidity, jungles, cities and towns, and while in Germany until '88 when the M9 Berretta's started filter into the TOE. We were ready to take on the entire Sandinista and Warsaw Pact armies sportin' those things... (ok, I'm now jumping off the reminiscing train... LOL)
Out in the safe, I've got an old Ithaca GI 1911A1 that has "United States Government property, U.S. Army" stamped on it that someone put a NM barrel and bushing in (need a bushing wrench to remove it... Uugggh), along with adjustable rear sights (they SUCK), modified front sight "blade" (the size of Jaws' dorsal fin & snags on stuff) and a shiny blue/black finish (that I hate), topped off with the worst modified Pachmar wrap around grips ever, in that you have to twist your grip on the butt to push in the mag release button... Total pinhead "race gun".
I plan to restore it back to the good ol' parkerized GI specimen shown above, someday.
This is the only photo available ATM... The pistol on the bottom.
BTW- The one on top is the Berretta 92F I bought in '88 while in Germany so I could train with the "new" M9 series on my own time... dang, it's been just over 26 years now!
Here's my vote.
It's a Lemat center fire revolver with a 20 gauge shotgun barrel that the
(12 mm) 9 shot cylinder revolves around.
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