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Novelty guns

Discussion in 'Shooting Chat' started by dlbleak, Dec 20, 2020.

  1. rickm

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    The old 1st gen of the snake charmer wasnt bad i had one for years it was handy to carry under the truck seat for snakes and small critters hell i even took dove and squirrel with it a few times, and the stock was sturdy but i never tried to shoulder it shot it one handed like a pistol.
     
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    The is the first one that came to mind:

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    About 2/3 of my safe LOL

    Ridiculously long revolver? CHECK!
    Single shot elephant rifle? CHECK!
    Belt fed Browning? CHECK!

    Most of my stuff is just for fun....there's only a few I would really think of using in a real scenario or that I have legitimately hunted with.
     
  4. Buddhaman

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    My novelty gun is a Remington 700 in .308. Oh, it's a pistol BTW. 12.5" barrel and an SBA3 "brace". Also has a 6-18X scope on it. Definite novelty.
     
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    Put a pistol scope on it so you hopefully won't be affected by the upcoming brace ban proposal
     
  6. Buddhaman

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    I can take the brace and tube off as well. If they pass the ban I’ll either do that or get it SBR’d. Then I could use an actual stock.
     
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    Any gun not suited to everyday use.
     
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    Novelty gun......ok, I’ll take a .22 Gatling gun kit. Or a Tippman 1919 full auto .22.

     
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    I have one! They are a hoot and cheap.
     
  10. dennishoddy

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    Got one of those too! You cannot have more fun at a campground owning one of those unless your neighbor is a stripper with a portable pole.

    I agree with comments above that a novelty gun is one that will not be the first one you grab when SHTF.
     
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