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Old 12-29-2018, 10:28 PM   #91 (permalink)
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@merit, i didnt know that about the Macfee but yeah gun looked insane

that FN 57 you posted is nice, a friend of mine had one of those down in North Carolina.
You're friend must have a lot of money to throw around. Those things are expensive. Over $1,000 USD. Probably closer to $1,300.

As for McAfee's gun, I first thought that it was a toy, as it had a red / orange tip, but it wasn't. He said that the bullets were propelled by hydrogen, not gun powder. There are no bullets that I know of, that fit that description. And if there were, I severely doubt that you could get it for $180 [assumedly USD]. Dude is crazy.
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You're friend must have a lot of money to throw around. Those things are expensive. Over $1,000 USD. Probably closer to $1,300.

As for McAfee's gun, I first thought that it was a toy, as it had a red / orange tip, but it wasn't. He said that the bullets were propelled by hydrogen, not gun powder. There are no bullets that I know of, that fit that description. And if there were, I severely doubt that you could get it for $180 [assumedly USD]. Dude is crazy.

yeah my buddy had some money, he lived off base and drove a charger. i would house sit his house and itd get me out he barracks for a while.

that gun mcafee showed off seems like a trap
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Old 01-03-2019, 11:06 PM   #93 (permalink)
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Default Discontinued Rossi Circuit Judges

This post is dedicated to Rossi and the Circuit Judge firearm models that they no longer produce.

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We'll start off with the Model SCJ28B, the Rossi 28-Gauge revolving shotgun. Manufactured from 2011 - 2013, this unique firearm features a 5-round revolving cylinder, a brass bead front sight, a contoured Monte Carlo wood stock, an 18.5" barrel and a cushioned recoil pad.

Revolving shotguns have always been a sort of novelty in the firearm world. Rossi is the only manufacturer that has really gone to town with the idea, albeit in smaller gauges.



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Next up is 2011 Model SCJ4510 & 2012 Model SCJ4510LA, the .45 LC / .410-Bore lever action revolving shotgun / rifle. Holy shit balls Batman! A lever action revolver! Does the world need such a thing? Nope. Do we appreciate it? FUCK yes, we do!

The 5-round revolving cylinder chambers both .45 Long Colt ammunition and .410-Bore shotgun ammunition. It features a Monte Carlo wood stock, a cushioned recoil pad, an 18.5" barrel, a fiber optic front sight and a picatinny top rail.

To my knowledge, this is the only lever action revolving shotgun [or rifle] ever produced!



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Next up is the discontinued Model SCJ22LR22M. Manufactured from 2011 - 2016, this 9-round revolving rifle has an interchangeable .22 LR / .22 WMR cylinder. The composite Monte Carlo stock features a thumb hole grip with upper and lower picatinny rails, a fiber optic front sight and an 18.5" barrel. HERE is a high resolution pic.



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Next up is Model SCJ44MB, the .44 Magnum! Manufactured from 2011 - 2014, this 5-round revolving rifle features a Monte Carlo wood stock, a picatinny top rail, an 18.5" barrel and a fiber optic front sight.



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Old 01-04-2019, 06:05 PM   #94 (permalink)
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And now, for a look into the "WHAT THE FUCK WERE THEY THINKING?" files.

This is the Standard Mfg S333:



It is a hammerless, double-action-only 8-round double barrel revolver, chambered in .22 WMR. Each pull of the trigger[s] fires 2 rounds.

It features 2 triggers [one for each barrel], with one of them being a longer, 2-finger style trigger. It has an aluminum frame and a polymer grip, weighing in at just 18 ounces when empty. It has a MSRP of $369 USD and a duo of 1.25" barrels.

QUESTION:
What the fuck is going on with that trigger guard? Did you run out of plastic whilst making it?



The manufacturer recommends Dutch loading it with alternating hollow points and shotshell.




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Default Kel-Tec CP33

Kel-Tec has a new semiautomatic pistol in the works. The CP33, chambered in a budget friendly .22 LR, features a
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capacity [a 50-round extended magazine will also be available], utilizing a brand new quad-stack magazine.
It has a threaded barrel, so you can easily attach a muzzle brake or suppressor, a full-length Picatinny rail on
top, an M-LOK slot under the barrel, accessory attachment points on each side and at the rear, and adjustable fiber
optic sights. It has a 5.5" barrel. Unloaded, it weighs ~ 24 ounces. The MSRP is $475 USD. In true Kel-Tec style,
they make their innovations as ugly as humanly possibly. I foresee many a problem with that quad-stack magazine
[jams, failures to fire, stove-pipes]. Assuming it actually functions, this would be a fun range gun, as .22LR is the
most widely produced caliber of ammunition on the planet. I've seen bulk caches go for as low as $0.03 USD / round.
While it's always nice to see a new firearm come to market, I wish Kel-Tec would work on keeping their existing products
on the shelves. It's damn near impossible to find a PMR-30 or CMR-30.














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Default New Hi-Point Tactical 9mm Pistol

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NEW HI-POINT TACTICAL 9MM PISTOL


Hi-Point recently unveiled a new pistol at this years SHOT [ Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade] Show in Las Vegas.


Chambered in 9mm Luger, this pistol has a 10-round double-to-single-stack magazine, which is new to Hi-Point, whose pistols and carbines up to this point
have all featured single-stack magazine [their current 9mm pistol offering, the C9, only has an 8-round single-stack magazine].


This new firearm features forward and rear cocking serrations on the slide, a threaded barrel [to attach a muzzle brake or suppressor], an ambidextrous
safety, a secondary backstrap safety and a lower accessory rail [to attach a flashlight, laser sight, bayonet or whatever floats your boat]. It also features
holes to mount an accessory rail or optics to the top of the slide. It is the first firearm to feature Hi-Point's new logo.


Hi-Point hopes to have this gun on the shelves by the end of 2019, with a MSRP of ~ $200 USD. Extended magazines with capacities of 15 - 20 rounds
are also in the works, and, according to Hi-Point representative Dave Kiwacka, this new design may work itself into other models.


MY TAKE ON IT: For $200 USD, this is a hell of a deal. Hi-Points are made in America and carry a lifetime warranty. But why half-ass it? If you are going to
spend the time, money and effort to make new production molds, why just add 2 rounds to the capacity? A double-to-single-stack magazine? Are you
joking? Why not just go full-on double-stack, like your fan base has been asking for for 20 years?













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And now, for a look into the "WHAT THE FUCK WERE THEY THINKING?" files.

This is the Standard Mfg S333:



It is a hammerless, double-action-only 8-round double barrel revolver, chambered in .22 WMR. Each pull of the trigger[s] fires 2 rounds.

It features 2 triggers [one for each barrel], with one of them being a longer, 2-finger style trigger. It has an aluminum frame and a polymer grip, weighing in at just 18 ounces when empty. It has a MSRP of $369 USD and a duo of 1.25" barrels.

QUESTION:
What the fuck is going on with that trigger guard? Did you run out of plastic whilst making it?



The manufacturer recommends Dutch loading it with alternating hollow points and shotshell.



I wanted to see what this looked like with the cylinder open and decided to just post the image to save anyone else the trouble. Seems gimmicky but itís also ****ing frightening as well. Especially with the hollowpoint and shotshell blasting out at the same time. Itís designed to kill, thatís for sure. Tbh though, irl Iíd rather just have the trusted old no frills 38 revolver. That thing seems like it might jam or backfire or some ****. Plus, one thing I like about revolvers is that itís easy to wrap your head around the mechanics but this thing is a bit of a head scratcher thus the image of the open cylinder.

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Seems gimmicky but itís also ****ing frightening as well. Especially with the hollowpoint and shotshell blasting out at the same time. Itís designed to kill, thatís for sure. Tbh though, irl Iíd rather just have the trusted old no frills 38 revolver. That thing seems like it might jam or backfire or some ****. Plus, one thing I like about revolvers is that itís easy to wrap your head around the mechanics but this thing is a bit of a head scratcher thus the image of the open cylinder.

It's definitely gimmicky, which means that demand > supply for this baby. I'd take a .38 Special / .357 Magnum over this as well. But if you want a revolver for self defense, I'd go with the Taurus Judge, chambered in .45 LC, .454 Cassul & .410 bore shotshell. Or if you prefer death by 1,000 cuts, there are 10-round .22 LR revolvers. I'll make a post about revolvers later tonight.

No need to be dumbfounded by this thing. It holds 8 rounds. They go off 2 at a time, so you essentially get 4 chances to shoot, which sucks, because if you aren't a good shot, you're wasting ammo.
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A gun with two barrels? I think Rob Liefeld just came.
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What do you think of loading a regular 38 revolver with alternating bullet types like that?
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