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I know it's not a S&W, but this is cool! A customer had this transferred into our shop for her to pick up, and we all got to check it out. It's a 9mm Gatling gun. The barrels were all under 16" so it is classed as a pistol/revolver, and not a rifle. Seems funny, but that's the way it was classified by the manufacturer.

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Hey Gear,

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I like that!!

What's that stuff in the background? Naaah.....it cain't be....AMMO on the SHELF!

Life is GOOD!

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Gives a new viewpoint to "Get Off My Lawn!"
 
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I know it's not a S&W, but this is cool! A customer had this transferred into our shop for her to pick up, and we all got to check it out. It's a 9mm Gatling gun. The barrels were all under 16" so it is classed as a pistol/revolver, and not a rifle. Seems funny, but that's the way it was classified by the manufacturer.

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She has a lot of jack. I looked at them before, ,kind of neat but with ammo the way it is, if you don't handload you'd better have really deep pockets. I think they are a couple thou to purchase. Me, I'd rather have a Thompson replica.
 

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Now that is some good home defense.
 

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Those are cool. Made by Tippmann Armory They used to make 1/2 size scale replicas of the old Browning 1917 and 1919 Machineguns in 22 and the M2, 50 caliber in 22 magnum. They were well made and extremely detailed. Fired in semiauto.
Air gun Trigger Machine gun Gun barrel Gun accessory

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I want one!! (of each)!!
 
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New 9mm Gatling Gun from Tippmann Armory! - Bing video

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Shipping by FEDEX GROUND: PAYMENT:
FOR ALL DEALER SHIPMENTS: It is your responsibility to know if there are any restrictions on your end for receipt of firearms.
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Manufacturer: Tippmann Armory
Model: Gatling Gun
Caliber Info: 9mm
 

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Only $5,000!
Would be great is Federal Supplied all the ammo like they do for Mac!

Bump stocks are illegal but this is a "pistol" and is OK??:rolleyes:
It is legal because you have to hand-crank it with one hand while holding the tiller with the other.

Each round is therefore individually fired by physical action of the shooter, and therefore is NOT an "automatic weapon" under US law.

Where "bump stocks" fall afoul of a strict interpretation of the definition is that the shooter does not have to flex his trigger finger (or move any other muscle or body part) to fire after the first shot, therefore the weapon is firing from the recoil of the weapon pulling against the fixed finger of the shooter, and is thus "automatic".

The original ruling that it was allowable was based on a very loose reading of the definition, where the fact that the trigger moved to fire each round made it "semi-automatic' - ignoring that the shooter was not doing anything to move the trigger after the first shot.


 

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Can you imagine how this thing will be twisting the deep state minions responsible for rules interpretation on NFA versus GCA firearms? The video is well worth watching...
 

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The steel wheels are stamped "Made in the USA" with city, state, ZIP code. I have fondled one up close and personal but did not fire it. Dealer cost is about $3,500 and it was a door prize at local Ducks Unlimited banquet for the 'heavy hitter' of the night, business owner and his work crew. 50% of employees were "bringing ammo to work tomorrow."
 
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