Originally Posted By Cole2534:
And it still fires one bullet per pull...
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Negative, but there's no way it flies with ATF. I'm still holding out for a 3-barreled 1911.
The theory behind the Gilboa Snake is the importance of the double-tap. With one pull of the trigger, two bullets are fired an inch apart from each other, and hopefully, they will strike an inch apart from each other. Here are the full specifications:
Caliber: 5.56X45mm NATO
Weight without magazine: 9.41 pounds
Overall length (stock extended) 31.50 inches
Overall length (stock removed) 19.50 inches
Barrel length: two, 9.5 inches, chrome lined 1:7
Firing mode: Full auto or semi-auto available