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31 Responses to Stand Strong Connecticut

    • It would be my guess that that is an extra-large, super-duper capacity potato gun. Very dangerous, I hear. There should be a law.

      • Nah, that’s not that big for a spud gun. Pretty safe as long as you know how to glue pvc and don’t do anything too stupid with it.

        • “Pretty safe as long as you… don’t do anything too stupid with it.”
          … so it’s pretty much like any other firearm.

        • Everything done with a potato gun pretty much qualifies as stupid, that’s half the fun. “Hey Sam, hold my beer and watch this…”

      • Q: How do I obtain a classification from ATF for my “potato gun?”

        Any person desiring a classification of a “potato gun,” “spud gun” or similar device must submit a written request (not e-mail) to the Director and include a complete and accurate description of the device, the name and address of the manufacturer or importer, the purpose for which it is intended, and such photographs, diagrams, or drawings as may be necessary to make a classification. A final determination may require physical examination of the device. Such requests for classification should be submitted to: Bureau of ATF, Firearms Technology Branch.

  1. It’s a wonder she can handle the recoil on that thing. But it really needs a picatinny rail for some optics, and a laser.

    I hear there’s a kit you can get on the internet to easily convert it into a fully automatic spud gun. Then it will fire thirty rounds per second from its 30 caliber magazine clip.

  2. She’s got a legal spud gun. No shoulder thingy that goes up. And it looks like it might not be the dreaded .9mm.

  3. Note to self: When showing my solidarity and support for embattled People of the Gun in Connecticut, I must not wear a T-shirt that says “SUCK IT UP!”

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