We found it. Can somebody tell the New York Times?

23 Responses to Spotted In The Wild: Hammer-Fired Caracal .9mm

  1. AH babies first pistol. Come on son you’re two months old, time to begin learning gun safety, so when you go to the indoctrination center you will already know gun safety and will not be easily indoctrinated that they are evil.

  2. I have no doubt that someone could actally make a working .9mm pistol with functional ammo. I have seen a 1/16 scale John Deere tractor that has a running gasoline engine and 4 speed tranny w/ reverse. There are true craftsmen out there that can build anything, given the time and materials. I just want to see whose little fingers are going to fit in the trigger guard to pull the bang switch.

    • According to the media reports, .9mm handguns are dangerous and will probably fire all by themselves in an effort to kill as many people as possible.

    • Well, the politicians in both states have conclusively demonstrated that they have no lead in their pencils. . .

  3. I saw these miniatures in a TV show a couple months ago. Might have been the one Larry Vickers hosts.
    He shot an FA miniature Thompson and a mini AK complete with mini grenade launcher. He also tried out the mini 1911 and a similarly scaled Mosin Nagant.

    According to the manufacturer, they are very difficult to make as functional replicas. They’re all one of a kind replicas and prices are quite high.

  4. I’ll stick with my .045, 0.9mm just doesn’t have the knockdown power.

    (Yes, I know .045″ is less than .9mm, I couldn’t resist making the joke)

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