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Posted: 7/12/2002 10:49:33 AM EDT
[url]http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976256095.htm[/url] What we have here is a Fully assembled, ready to fire, Ruger Gatling Gun! 2-S.S. 10/22s 2 Hicap Butler Creek mags, kit and 24 inch riser all included! FULL AUTO rate and Imagine NO WAIT for ATF, NO CLEO. This Hand cranked beauty will crank out 4 rounds per revolution or 1200+RPM. All made of meticulously machined, assembled and anodized T-6 CNC Aluminum (NO CAST PARTS). Show this to the guys at the range. Even Your wife and kids will enjoy this one...guaranteed !!! Now is your chance to be FIRST ON YOUR BLOCK with BRAGGING RITES. This beautiful Masterpiece needs to be in your COLLECTION ! [img]http://www.gunsamerica.com/upload/976256095-1.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 10:58:13 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 10:58:21 AM EDT
And another... [url]http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976256096.htm[/url] [img]http://www.gunsamerica.com/upload/976256096-1.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:05:21 AM EDT
i believe the original gatling guns were hopper-fed. i'd like to see one of these (or any 10/22) with a hopper i can just pour a brick into. no tedious mag-loading.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:05:37 AM EDT
Cool. Is it yours or did you just dig it up on the web?
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:14:49 AM EDT
Ben - They are for sale on GunsAmerica I was toying with getting a Ruger 10/22T and ran across these. I thought they were kinda cool looking. 1,200 RPM should be enuf to give Schumer / Feinstein et al heartburn. [}:D]
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:22:31 AM EDT
I saw one of these at a gunshow quite awhile ago and if I remember correctly, the merchant mentioned that the manufacturer was working on a version using AR-15's. Have yet to see/hear of anything about them since.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:42:26 AM EDT
I saw one in action at a shoot up in PA last year. Was it yours Franksquid? It looked ackward to pull the trigger and rotate the knob. Extremely inacurrate because of the method to shoot fast. No thanks.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:44:22 AM EDT
Those people have too much time on thier hands.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:45:35 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 7: Extremely inacurrate because of the method to shoot fast. No thanks.
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I think the whole idea is VOLUME of fire, NOT aimed fire. Basically, just something that goes BANG! a whole bunch in a short time span. [}:D]
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:49:12 AM EDT
Originally Posted By raf: I wonder if the mags aren't the single most expensive item on that thing.
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If not most expensive, then possibly the most valuable.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 11:58:48 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 7: I saw one in action at a shoot up in PA last year. Was it yours Franksquid? It looked ackward to pull the trigger and rotate the knob. Extremely inacurrate because of the method to shoot fast. No thanks.
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Well seeing as how .22's are the most single dangerous round around...[;)]...then who cares about accuracy? hehe. Imagine having one of these for defense...Just keep shooting until the bad guy screams to stop because it is beginning to sting...hehe.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 12:27:47 PM EDT
Originally Posted By 7: It looked ackward to pull the trigger [red]and[/red] rotate the knob. Extremely inacurrate because of the method to shoot fast. No thanks.
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I though the whole point of the "knob" was to pull the trigger.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 1:04:35 PM EDT
Great looking piece. I used to have one of the Calico kits back when they came out in the 80's. Lots of fun to play with. The only problem I had was the gun that ejects up would get jammed by the brass falling back into the open action when the next shot fired. FWIW....when these were mass produced by Calico they made 2 versions: 1. Dual Ruger 10/22 kit (around $120 IIRC) 2. Dual M1 Carbine kit ($200 or $250).
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