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Old 03-22-2013, 5:35 PM
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Default No normal guns now --SHOW ME YOUR WEIRD STUFF!

We have had threads here saying "Show me your AR!", "Show me your Saiga!", "Show me your revolver!",
"Show me your tactical shotgun!" Granted there are some pretty cool ARs and shotguns and stuff out
there, and some of the revolvers like the Nickel Pythons are awesome, but when it comes down to it,
at the end of the say they are just regular normal every day firearms that can be had at any gun show
and just about any gun store. Heck even my awesome looking Desert Eagle is just one of many of them
out there.

So I thought I'd start a thread for the weird stuff that we have. Anyone have a Pepperbox? FP-45
Liberator? Here here is a thread with weird stuff even.

So I think it time that we see, amongst us, who has really interesting stuff that you just do not see
everyday. Post your pics of what will make others scratch their heads and stare. Give it your best shot!

My weird stuff: TOP: Uberti Cattleman Buntline in 45LC with 18" barrel. MIDDLE: Rossi Ranch Hand
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those guns don't look weird. they're just not very practical. i really like the bottom two
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More info on the Serbu!


It's an AOW, no?
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Serbu is indeed an AOW, extra $5 plus trust. Plenty of threads here on them.
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My LGS has a Serbu and a Ranch Hand. Not much interest in the Serbu right now as I am still researching the whole trust thing. How do you like the Rossi Ranch Hand?
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Not weird, but here it is anyway.

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I'm too tired to dig stuff out right now. How about I just list a few of my more unusual firearms?

Muzzleloaders:

.54 cal frontloading swivel rifle. It has two locks and two barrels which revolve.
12g Beretta MUZZLELOADER

Pepperboxes:

.36 caliber 4 barrel muzzleloader
Mossberg Brownie
Sharps .22 short
COP

Shotguns:

Gamo airgun
Remington 121 Routledge
2 shot pump designed by Charles "Sparrow" Young

Handguns:

S&W in 32-20
A couple RG revolvers in .22lr and .22short
"Lord" Clone of the Lord and Lady Colt set
1887 Swedish Nagant

Rifles:

Does a Springfield M7 count?
ALS 50BMG upper?
Ruger automatic pistol (MKI to some) turned into a heavy barrelled carbine

I'm sure I have a few more but, I can't think of them right now.
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I have an Arminius .357 magnum with a 6" barrel (kinda wierd)



The one I have is a bit older than the pictured one. The main difference is the cylinder pin; its more of a straight rod on mine.

It was given to me when a friend of my dad's past away. It was found in his belongings, along with an old 70's box of Winchester .357 mag semi-WC.

The frame is one large piece, like a Ruger or Charter. The first time I fired it, the Arminius emblem fell off. Underneath it is a hole that leads to the trigger spring (I believe). It shoots surprisingly well with .38 +P Remington loads. One day, I'll take it somewhere that has a big selection of holsters and try to find one to fit. The double action trigger is the worst I've ever experienced. It is shockingly heavy and gritty. The single action pull, however, is not perfect but is crisp and predictable.
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Spanish copy (Hermanos Orbea) of a S&W model 3 - chambered in .44russian.





My Encore frame with custom 10" bbl chambered for my own wildcat based on the 10mm Magnum necked down to .35cal




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The first one looks like the 88 mag in Johnny Dangeriously !
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This is my Cerberus pistol.



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Double barrel 45/70 rifle
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Springfield Stahl Omega Longslide, in 9mm...

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I'm too tired to dig stuff out right now. How about I just list a few of my more unusual firearms?

Muzzleloaders:

.54 cal frontloading swivel rifle. It has two locks and two barrels which revolve.
12g Beretta MUZZLELOADER

Pepperboxes:

.36 caliber 4 barrel muzzleloader
Mossberg Brownie
Sharps .22 short
COP

Shotguns:

Gamo airgun
Remington 121 Routledge
2 shot pump designed by Charles "Sparrow" Young

Handguns:

S&W in 32-20
A couple RG revolvers in .22lr and .22short
"Lord" Clone of the Lord and Lady Colt set
1887 Swedish Nagant

Rifles:

Does a Springfield M7 count?
ALS 50BMG upper?
Ruger automatic pistol (MKI to some) turned into a heavy barrelled carbine

I'm sure I have a few more but, I can't think of them right now.
No now you HAVE TO dig out those pictures! Sounds too interesting!
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I have yet to see a "weird" gun in this thread, except the C&R Cerberus.

I could break this thread with all kinds of weird, but I just don't have time to take the pics. Sorry.

But it's a good idea for a thread!

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If this ain't weird.............

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Is that also referred to as a "ducks foot?"

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I took most of my weird impractical stuff to two of the gun buy backs, made out quite well...
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that Cerberus is wild!


Saw something similar to this on a different forum, I'm sure this one has a low round count...

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here's my 12.5'' Remington 870 AOW

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I had a .38 spc pen gun. But the popo took it from me and I dunno, yelled about it being a federal offense or something... Yeah whatever. I might be able to get picz but I would have to dig out the whole evidence photo collection and then make a pdf of the photocopied photos...
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Not mine
these belong to Rick Johnson a local Gun and Guitar store.


This parts group is an old school ranch hand before there was a ranch hand
44/40 (pluged barrel) Rifle Man's special back in the day.


Some weird stuff

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Save that reverse model for range day with Obama, I'm sure he'll get a kick out out it. Just joking HA HA HA
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How about a Armalite AR-7 which the Israelis modified and used as air crew survival rifles.



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Here's a teaser. The Nagant is a 1887 Swedish model made by Husqvarna and chambered in 7.5 Nagant. The COP is a regular COP. The BP pepperbox is a working replica and the Ruger Automatic Pistol Carbine has a SN that starts with "16-" so, I wonder if it is a factory built gun. I've yet to research it.


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Right: a .36 duck's foot. It's a black powder kit. I named it Cerberus...

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Heres a few interesting pieces from the military museum in Istanbul. I apologize for the quality of the pictures everything was in glass cases and the museum was closing as I was trying desperately to snap as many pictures as possible.

Matchlock Revolving Rifle



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How about a Armalite AR-7 which the Israelis modified and used as air crew survival rifles.
Really cool! Thanks for sharing that!!
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Not super weird on what it is... But I've come to love Americas first semi-auto Shotgun, the 1905 Remington Model 11, aka the Humpback! This is the licensed American production of the Browning Auto 5 or A5 if you prefer.
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i thought shotgun barrel had to be 18" , making guns such as the judge illegal?
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i thought shotgun barrel had to be 18" , making guns such as the judge illegal?
basically, yes, but there are legal methods of acquiring items like the Super Shorty pictured above, and a Judge if you really have to have one.
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Looks pretty "normal", I know. But the top gun is my Coonan .357 Magnum, 1911-style semi-auto (the "old", original model). FYI, the bottom one is my Sig P938 (it's there to show the interesting comparison between the two).

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I remember seeing (and coveting!) that AR7 when I was a pre-teen in the 70's. I wanted one for backpacking. I bought a Remington Nylon 66 instead ('cuz I liked how light it was). It was my 8th graduation gift to myself, courtesy of all the cash gifts I got! I think I paid less than $100 for it (brand new).
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You create a trust and it's a long process but its not a shotgun, it's AOW
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