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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by IronMonster, Aug 2, 2015.
That would have been awesome when the coyote was running off with my goose this last year.
I thought it would be cool to have a break action double rifle or drilling gun (combination rifle). but as soon as I started researching them I realized that I'd have to sell a car to afford one.
If they dont put the price on the site I bet I cant afford it (unless I was a dentist)
Well, If they only produce 5 a year.... My guess is that you could buy a mid range sports car for the kind of money it would take
WOW! That's pretty freggin unique. Thanks for sharing
Watching the second video... yea, them suckas probably fetch a pretty penny. My guess is George is well retired and puts a lot of love into every piece; probably would just as soon have it hang on the wall, if you don't like his 5-figure price.
How about more unusual guns
The Medusa revolver.
He makes all the pimped out 10-22's in the world cry.
It comes from the German word for a group of three "dreiling" (as in eins, zwei, drei). You may have noticed that George calls his four barreled gun a "Vierling", which coincidentally is the German word for a group of four (vier). We now return you to your regular, nerd-free programming.
Also, what a wonderfully engineered and beautifully constructed gun.
Mine may be sporting a Volquartsen trigger, cheap Harris knockoff, and tactical sunshade, but it's every bit as inaccurate as it was from the factory!
Since there are thousands of one off firearms made around the world each year how could a firearm that 5 copies are made each year be the worlds rarest?
I have a friend who builds Muzzle loaders that sell in the 2-4K range and each one is a totally unique rifle or shotgun. There are also all kind of people scratch building all sorts of firearms that are one off.
You will notice that there is a question-mark, that answers that. Its not a statement. I am sure its a ploy to get clicks.
$26,000 does not seem unreasonable, About half what I figured.
For the longest time I wanted a Valmet with barrel sets, but I settled for a Savage 24 and a SA M6 Scout.
The expense and the weight of most combos is just too much. If I had more money than I knew what to do with, I would buy such firearms just to have them, but that isn't going to happen.
I can appreciate the design and workmanship that goes into one of those...I can't justify the price tag. Even if I had millions in the bank.
Just my $0.02
I intended to buy a motorcycle for my 75th birthday, but I discovered that I am getting senile. It's good that I don't have $26K in the bank. I might spend it on a weird rifle.