This is a gun

Discussion in 'Curio & Relics Forum' started by steve666, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. steve666

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    or it begs to be shot at with one:D
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    12 ga with buckshot!
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    It shoots back !! and there'd be one heckuva riccochet off that heavy thing!

    Those are amazing, too bad they're waaaaay outa my price range for a puzzle.
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    thats excellent , its also as illegal as heck here , but i want one!!
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    Every time I see or hear the words "gun" and "art" in the same sentence, it reminds me of when my wife dragged me to a modern art museum. There was an "artist" there that had bought a couple of dozen decomissioned guns from a police sale and welded them into some sort of conglomeration that was supposed to represent "peace". He had a long spiel about how the evil guns had been converted into "something beautiful, instead of the original ugly purpose". I remember that there were several parts of guns that I ercognized including the slide of a 1911 pistol and the bolt of a Mauser. All the guns had been cut into pieces by the police. It almost broke my heart.
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    So, what's the pricetag on that thing?

    I'd hate to hear a bump in the night and that was the only protection I had.
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    ats pretty cool.
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    I found the pricing on that website and all I got to say is STEEEEEEEEP. But if you take in the amount of time and cost of material I'd say it be worth it. Of course I'd have to tan one of the kids or the wifes hide they ever take it apart.
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    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    if'n i was rich i might get one, because i like puzzles as well as guns
  11. 3/2 STA SS

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    For that much money I want more than a muzzle loading (once it is gun configuration) .45 pistol.