Why have one 1911 when you can have one 1911 that is really two 1911s???

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  1. BlackGuns

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  2. Skang

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    They should have named it 3822.

    Can't wait to see double AK. :laugh:
     
  3. MarkAd

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    I want one, or is it 2
     
  4. rob240p

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    Found my next carry gun... hah.
     
  5. Spray-n-pray

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    Why?!?!?

    I would rather just have two 1911s.
     
  6. Cougfan2

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    You gotta be Chittin' me! This is the perfect example of George Carlin's statement that "If your nail two things together that have never been nailed together before, some schmuck will buy it!".
     
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  7. cyclesurvival

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    WHY?
     
  8. Glockman19

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    That is freakin awesome for a display/conversation gun.
     
  9. jmurray192

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    For the man that has everything :p
     
  10. Jacurso

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    I say....Why Not! Besides Germany is screwing over Italy and Spain...so I'm all for helping the Italians prosper!
     
  11. TKevlar

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    The designer must be from Dumbasscus.:cool:
     
  12. Navvet

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    If it is as good as the Beretta 96D, then I will use them as a fishing weight, I guess they are pretty big so how about an anchor??? Dumb Idea, got the press all worked up,
     
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  13. PBinWA

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    If we can get Arsenal and Red Jacket to work together then we could get some really game changing innovation. :rolleyes:
     
  14. BillM

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    This thing is on every forum out there, and I've had several emails about it. There is one thing I have not seen
    discussed.

    Even though it can be had with two triggers there is only one hammer, and one "siamesed" slide.

    SO----every pull of the trigger fires two rounds.

    Definition of a machine gun (in the eyes of BATFE) "a gun that fires more than one round with a single pull
    of the trigger"

    Anybody seen anything about the manufacturer getting permission from ATF to build this thing?
     
  15. PhantomWorks

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    They don't need any ATF permission, they are in Italy... But you did make a good point that it won't .gr possible to buy it in USA without an class 3 permit for machineguns!
    And I noticed the siamesed slide toI and wondered why the hell is there two triggers then?
    The whole thing is as silly as those 410 shotgun revolvers, useless but fun to talk about.
     
  16. Riot

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    That's probably how they get away with it not needing a class III. If they have two seperate triggers then it's like having a double-barrel shotgun that can fire both chambers.
     
  17. judicator

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    making a holster for it would be an interesting project......
     
  18. Thumper

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    Well I like it. I think I can get it into the side pocket of my shorts.
     

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