In the video below, Utah Auto Ordinance introduces the “PA Deuce.” Well re-introduces it; the double-barreled hand-cranked AR-15 thingie was on display at this year’s SHOT Show. According to its inventors, the 900 rounds per minute gun is “AMAZING!!!” I suppose that’s true. I sure wouldn’t have thought of it. For good reason? We report, you deride.

Note to everydaynodaysoff.com: you’re welcome.

36 Responses to Pa Deuce: A Double Barreled Hand Cranked AR-15. Why Didn’t I Think of That?

  1. You know what would be boss? Setup two belt fed guns designed to only feed every other round and have them share a belt. Basically a civie legal AA gun.

  2. You have to wonder why this guy “produced” (if that’s the right word) this video? It’s virtually unwatchable and conveys little useful information about his product. Talk about not seeing the forest for all the trees . . .

    • Garrison Hall,

      “It’s virtually unwatchable …”

      You beat me to it. More than that, I am convinced that video is honestly bad for your brain. And people wonder why so many people have problems with concentration or attention? This video shows us exactly why.

    • @ Garrison Hall
      Exactly the comment I came here to post.

      900 rounds per minute: “Watch it being fired really slowly (when we actually decide to show it) while we try to induce a seizure with all these random flashes.”

    • Personal opinion:
      The demographic this video is aimed at the the younger millennial, who grew up on FPSs and likes that particular style of music and thinks of himself as an operator.
      I most definitely do not fit in that particular demographic!

  3. Do NOT watch this video, unless you want to suffer a seizure or screw up your brain.

    I am sick and tired of people producing video with scene changes every second, rapid flashing and shifting of objects multiple times per second, and changing context every four seconds.

    This honestly and truly degrades brain function.

    • Not to mention the obligatory hard rock sound track blasting through the entire thing!

      I clicked on it to see the hybrid ARs blast out 900 rounds per minute (out of 2 twenty round mags?) and all I got was a headache and an occasional pop-pop-pop before they cut to something entirely different.

      And aside from the crank that thing has exactly ZERO similarities to a Gatling gun.

      • Just to spite you all, I watched the video anyway. Well, part of it. The visuals were every bit as bad as you said.

        The rest of it, I listened to, and the soundtrack, while fairly generic, was reasonably pleasant. Hard rock is a very good thing.

  4. Neat range toy, but useless beyond that. If i have to lug a tripod around there better be a ma duece going on it.
    Not good for suppresion fire, not mobile unless mounted to a truck, and doing a double mag change? No thanks.
    And video gave me a headache.

  5. So, the design of the AR platform doesn’t allow rapid barrel changes. Thus creating a rapid fire weapon out of two of them simply makes for an expensive throwaway firearm that really conveys no discernible advantages.

    Oh, and the video was terrible, too.

  6. This video is the result of personal development being stunted right around age 16.
    Adults like that are tolerable for only a very short duration.

  7. An AR 15 is an awful platform for sustained fire. See overheating issues… Oh and binary triggers do this better and cheaper… And more mobile… I suspect there is a reason this video tells you very little about the product. No thanks!

  8. What would the NFA status of such a hand-cranked weapon be? I seem to remember that hand-cranked Gatling guns are not considered real machine guns and thus not included under the NFA, regardless of how many hundreds of rounds per minute they can put down range. Of course, this weapon would be crew-served just to keep loaded magazines in the ARs. Not being able to swap out barrels when they get overheated is a real disadvantage – maybe they’ll come out with a water-cooled version?

  9. I don’t think I’ll be able to do it myself, so I’m putting this out there for the world to make of it what they will…

    The world needs a set-up in this style, but with SAIGA-12s, and oriented upside down. Basically a 12-gauge portable AA gun. An ultimate snow-goose eliminator. The skies would never be the same.

    Bonus points for doing it with original A5 shotguns (converted to feed from box magazines, of course) so the recoiling-barrel-action is present.

    I’m waiting…

  10. It’ll fire 900 rpm, hunh? I guess we’ll just have to take their word for it because they sure didn’t show it in that crappy video, did they?

  11. I’m sorry,
    I just can’t imagine the inside of that truck without a picture of an attractive cousin tacked to the dashboard.

  12. Looks like they had Mat Best and a number of other Utah-based tactical Instagram dweebs there (#blackriflecoffeecompany). Explains a lot about the IQ-lowering nature of the video.

  13. Crank operated kits are old school. I remember seeing a dual ak47 kit at a local gunshow. Tripod and big handcrank wheel.

  14. I seem to remember the folks from Red Jacket built a dual AR setup, but with water cooled barrels. The incestuous pedophile presented it on TV.

  15. I don’t care about slow motion rapid fire much, but after watching the video I have strange urge to go offroading in a Hummer.
    Music was not bad, maybe just a bit bland.

    • The music? Meh! Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” beats any hard rock tune ever. Now I have a woody and want to watch “Apocalypse Now”, dammit!

  16. Sorry, I just couldn’t finish watching this video. My cliché filter got all clogged up With baseball-capped tactical ‘operators’, cargo pants, 4X4s, bad guitar music and big Jed Clampett beards.

    Does he ever actually hit anything with it?

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