Wow, What a crazy/beautiful thing.

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  1. IronMonster

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    That would have been awesome when the coyote was running off with my goose this last year.
     
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    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
     
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    WOW! That's pretty freggin unique. Thanks for sharing
     
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    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.
     
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    How about more unusual guns

    The Medusa revolver.

     
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    He makes all the pimped out 10-22's in the world cry.
     
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    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. :D
     
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    Also, what a wonderfully engineered and beautifully constructed gun.
     
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    Hey now!

    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!
     
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    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.
     
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    dbQw&w=300&h=300&c=0&pid=1.9&rs=0&p=0.jpg
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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. :)
     
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