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Tactical Innovations has brought back the dual 10/22 ‘Gatling Gun’ that used to sell through the Cabela’s catalog. It’s completely impractical, but back in the days of inexpensive and plentiful .22 ammo it was about the cheapest fun you could have with your clothes on . . .

Wholesale for the all in-house machined kit is $345, not including the pair of ancient beater 10/.22s that you bolt into it.

I got my hands on an old Cabelas version a few years ago, and ballistic hilarity ensued. Yes these things are silly. But they’re a lot of fun, for a little while.

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  1. I have an idea. How about someone design some sort of tray feeding system? Like the Russian DP MG or the American 180.

  2. There’s been one of these sitting on one of the tables at the Orlando Gun Show for as long as I’ve been going to it. I think they’re asking near double the price listed above, if not more.

  3. One gun ejects down, the other ejects up. That’s fairly annoying. If only there was such a thing as a left-handed 10/22. Seems like Ruger is missing out on an easy way to make more money with that one.

    • ^This. Then again, Ruger has always relied on their singular view on things and NOT their customers…or would-be customers.

  4. Fun. That’s what we need on a regular basis. I saw a kit that made a 10-22 look like an mg-42. I still regret not getting it. Just for the fun factor.

  5. There was a version that did his to 2 AKs available in the late 80’s. Of course pre ban AKs were $350 then….always wanted one…er er two!


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