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Discussion in 'Revolvers' started by Ethanol Red, Jan 8, 2019.
It seems neat but I’m not keen on that crazy trigger guard.
Being made by a good company..
No, not for me...
Neat gun. Looks like a frog though
I like Standard and would love to have one of their single actions, but this seems a little gimmicky for me.
I'll be it's loud as a 357, interesting
Both of these guns ( on the right in photo ) I have ...carry 8 rds of .357 mag...
So I don't need this ( not sure what to call it....but if I was being kind --- a hybrid..) that fires 2 barrels at once and holds 8 rds of .22 mag....???
..the 2 5/8" N frame is easy to carry.... mod 627 S&W's out of performance shop ...its big brother is top right - same gun in a 5"...
Yeah 4 shots seems weak compared to that. I also enjoy an 8 shooter. Might be appealing as a carjacking deterrent however. Probably won’t drop em but it’ll make them go away.
Staggered shot shells would be a good way to tag someone. They most likely would seek medical attention.
Is that a trigger guard or a can opener? It also resemble a pair of tongs. I'm out.
That's ugly as sin....
With a more traditional trigger guard, maybe as a toy. For my $, there are better options out there. Bonus points for being creative.
Maybe if it was chrome and had a matching neck chain.
I mean for my wife not me
Another new pistol that has dubious value for much of any use, The "birdshot" that will fit in a .22 magnum (size #9 or smaller) would be pretty much worthless for self-defense unless it's fired at less than 5 yds. Even then, your assailant would be more pissed off than incapacitated if he's wearing a jacket or heavy clothing. I'll pass, even if it was chromed and hung on a platinum neck chain.
Yeah, I don’t understand where they were going with the strange trigger and pseudo guard.
Some of their gimmicky stuff is awesome!! I love my DP12
But guys, the reliability factor! They say this in their ad:
"These Revolvers are far more superior to any other automatic pistol which are rendered useless when they jam or misfire." Not only superior, but more superior. In fact, FAR more superior.
I am not sure why you guys are even considering auto-loaders anymore with this kind of information.
If only there was a way to clear most jams without having to send the gun to a gunsmith...
Maybe in my next life?
Looks to be a solution in search of a problem...