What can anone tell me about this ancient gun?

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  1. jimwsea

    jimwsea
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    Or could it be totally hand made?
     
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  2. PhysicsGuy

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    I see nothing :D
     
  3. clearconscience

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    Is it an invisable gun?

    I don't know much about it.
     
  4. jimwsea

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    OK Colonel Klink. I added the pic.
     
  5. Mutoman

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    Looks like you forgot to turn off the cloaking device.:laugh:
     
  6. PhysicsGuy

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    Well it shows up now, the attachment wasn't working at first.
     
  7. jimwsea

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    Boy, you guys are faster than electrons. Look again.:D
     
  8. clearconscience

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    Sorry I sarcastically spoke too soon.

    That's actually a 15th century turkish viking pistol. Was used by the turks after they started to invade neighboring counrties. The used guerilla warefare perfected by the spanish. The used horses and when riding in to kill at night reloading rifles on horseback was just entirely too difficult.
     
  9. clearconscience

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    Oh and by the way I'm completely full of crap.

    I should have stated that earlier.
     
  10. jimwsea

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    It was a great story, though. Passed the info to the perspective buyer and he gave me $1500.


    Not.
     
  11. NWMoss

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    I think I know you.... or your cousin :bluelaugh:
     
  12. Hill

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    It looks like one of those replicas made of plaster and painted. How did it get out of it's red velvet lined case, or did you swipe if off the wall in the El Capitan Mucholardo restuarante Tachoria?
     

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