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Rye Miles #13621

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Howdy,

Can I git two in pink?

A friend of mine got shot with a .25 once.

He then beat the guy half to death.

They shared a ride to the er.

Or so he told it last time.

Make one in .22, lets have some fun.

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CR

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Two shots with one pull? The ATF will want to talk to them about that......

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Useless firearm .

But better then none .

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Two shots with one pull? The ATF will want to talk to them about that......

Good point!!!! :)

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Binary firing system. Apparently it's been done on ARs for a while. Gawd Awful sent me this video link a month or so ago.

 

The number of lethal "whoops" events possible is more than you can count.

 

"What could POSSIBLY go wrong!?!" :o :o :o

 

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The Franklin Arms Binary trigger and the Fostech Echo triggers for AR15's, work by firing on the pull and then firing on the release. They are legal non ATF products. Some over and under shotguns use this tech also.

This thing appears to fire two on the pull. I don't know how this thing is legal.

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Binary firing system. Apparently it's been done on ARs for a while. Gawd Awful sent me this video link a month or so ago.

 

The number of lethal "whoops" events possible is more than you can count.

 

"What could POSSIBLY go wrong!?!" :o :o :o

 

I could just about afford to buy it but feeding it would be like having two teenage sons ....... :o :o :o

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I'm wondering how this differs from those freak double 1911's. Don't they fire two cartridges out of two separate barrels with one pull of one trigger? Why would one be legal and the other illegal?

 

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Binary firing system. Apparently it's been done on ARs for a while. Gawd Awful sent me this video link a month or so ago.

 

The number of lethal "whoops" events possible is more than you can count.

 

"What could POSSIBLY go wrong!?!" :o :o :o

 

I know the difference between the two, the volley fire pistol as explained by the manufacturer in the video is quite different.

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Two shots with one pull? The ATF will want to talk to them about that......

 

 

nerp. Perfectly legal. ATF already signed off on it. No one needs a 3 shot mouse gun even with two mouse projectiles launched simultaneously ha ha. Strangely enuff tho -- I want one lol! Got lots of 25 ACP gathering dust to pop off in one. Give me the ranger green one.

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Oh Joy, I can miss twice in one pull of the trigger...

 

As wide as that looks I would think a Baby Glock would be thinner...but then again, I wouldn't carry either one.

 

 

I would like to see them pull the trigger on some live ammo. A .25 isn't much but I will bet 2 of them going off makes the gun jump around a bit.

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Yeah, I see the operational difference. Just similar issue.

 

The double barrel 45acp also fires two rounds with one pull... just out of both barrels at once.

 

Does this slide through by being treated the same way? If multiple projectiles come out multiple barrels at once simultaneously it's... what? A shotgun?

 

(Of course, short barrel shotguns require the tax stamp also)

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Howdy,

Why do I like it?

Maybe good ifn I gets charged by a murderous herd of Pdawgs?

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CR

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