Awwww, but it's so CUTE!!!
DHS put an advisory out to airport screening personnel on these little babies yesterday. It's a hand crafted fully functional Colt Python clone ... miniaturized.
Brings new meaning to CCW.
I bet you could kill a horse fly with one of those babies!!!
(EDIT--Oops, I said something stupid!)
When I saw the picture, I thought it was a 2mm pinfire, which is pretty common. I've never seen the "2.34mm rimfire" ammunition before. COOL BEANS!
I have one 2mm pinfire, but dad's a serious collector. Mine's a cheapo, but still fun. Believe it or not, once you start looking you find that there are dozens if not hundreds of designs out there. There are even rifles and shotguns--appropriately sized--in the same caliber.
They are all--as we say in the ghetto--pretty neat-o.
Last edited by Don Gwinn; 10/04/2006 9:19pm at .
How much punch does something like that actually have? Yeah I know "not much" but can anyone be more specific?
Never saw something like that before, never really looked for one though.
Gonna have to go buy one now.
**** DHS and Dept of Justice
United States of America
Our Miniature Revolver ref. C1ST is not importable in the United States.
We have received a letter from the US Department of Justice mentioning that our Miniature Revolver does not meet with the minimum size prerequisites referring to the Factoring Criteria For Weapons ATF Form 4590.
Our revolver therefore is classified as not sporting and is not importable.
How the heck would you hold that thing or even pull the trigger? I'd be afraid of losing it in the palm lines of my bigfoot mitts.
Originally Posted by Camus
Sucks to be you, Canadians can get 'em. That's gotta be a first.
Thought they're $6000, or so...unless my math is really teh suck.
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