Bueno pa’ gozar.
Needs wheels and a caisson.
Thats the only condition under which I would fire one.
I’d totally squeeze off a few rounds, just for the bragging rights.
You misspelled “one”.
Well…if *I* was paying for ammo, yes, one.
But if someone else was, then two or three.
Then I’d have that extra swagger factor of “Oh, you fired one? I fired three, then the ambulance crew put my shoulder back in socket…”
The scout rifle concept reaches it’s final, and most stupid, evolution.
HOLY CRAP! So what practicle purpose can this be used for besides knocking walls down? And was the “inventor” of this a shoulder surgeon? I like thinga that go bang, I even like things that make a BIG BANG, but this just looks painfull for pain’s sake.
I look at this as being the modern version of the British Four Bore or Two Bore rifles: Bigger, more powerful and even more useless.
And only $800 per 20-round ammo box!
I would never, ever fire this thing. Having my shoulder operated on once in a lifetime is enough for me.
Yet another rifle chambered in “who’s buyin’!” Ouch!
I’m curious as to why they skimped on that extra 0.05 inches.
I heard S&W is coming out with a XXX frame for this round. They cylinder is about the size of a 1 gallon paint can. Now, my question for you folks is what holster should I get for it? And should I get the model with the external safety or without? Sure hope Glock picks up on this with a double stack magazine. Then we will see who is or is not a limp wrist shooter!
You could probably talk to the guy building RF’s Deagle holster. Just bring a fat stack of monopoly bills.
I am sure NJ and CA are currently drafting a special law to prevent this gun from being owned, used, built, or even watched on YouTube.
You have to love a round that can stop a meteor from space.
Yeah, yeah…. But how does it do in penetration tests, and what kind of bullet expansion is expected? If I want a home-defense gun, these are required bits of info… 8>)
Coming soon to an orthopedic surgeon near you.
Reminds me of the video of the Arabs shooting the .577 Tyrannosaur.
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